#paleogeography

  1. Sea Level Rise Drowned A Vast Habitable Area Of North-Western Australia Driving Long-Term Cultural Change

    shared paper [By modelling these geographic features, the team estimates that the region could have supported a population of between 50,000 and 500,000 people.] “HIGHLIGHTS: MIS4 lowstand exposed a vast archipelago off the northwest coast of Sahul. The island environment likely enab
  2. Late Miocene Megalake Regressions In Eurasia

    shared paper “The largest megalake in the geological record formed in Eurasia during the late Miocene, when the epicontinental Paratethys Sea became tectonically-trapped and disconnected from the global ocean. The megalake was characterized by several episodes of hydrological inst