Sea-level at the Last Glacial Maximum: evidence from northwestern Australia to constrain ice volumes for oxygen isotope stage 2
New sea-level information from the Bonaparte Gulf in northwestern Australia is used to constrain the magnitude and rates of change of ice volumes during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). The region is tectonically stable and far from the former ice-covered
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