Shorelines, mangroves and human environments in the coastal lowlands of northeastern Borneo during the Late Quaternary

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Hunt, CO ; Gilbertson, DD
  • Publisher: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge
  • Subject: CC
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