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The long and the short of it: : archaeological approaches to determining when humans first colonised Australia and New Guinea, Jim Allen and James F.O'Connell

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The long and the short of it: : archaeological approaches to determining when humans first colonised Australia and New Guinea
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The long and the short of it:
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archaeological approaches to determining when humans first colonised Australia and New Guinea
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Jim Allen and James F.O'Connell
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Review of the evidence for the dating of early human occupation of Australia; assessment of the stratigraphy and dating of Huon Peninsula, Devil's Lair, Lake Mungo and Willandra region, Nauwalabila and Malakunanja; argues that archaeology requires greater attention to the analysis of depositional and post-depositional factors in the analysis of dates; suggests the stratigraphic resolution of many archaeological sites in Australia is not be sufficient for accurate dating
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O'Connell, J. F.
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The long and the short of it: : archaeological approaches to determining when humans first colonised Australia and New Guinea, Jim Allen and James F.O'Connell
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Bibliography: p. 17-19
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The long and the short of it: : archaeological approaches to determining when humans first colonised Australia and New Guinea, Jim Allen and James F.O'Connell
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Bibliography: p. 17-19
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p.5-19

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