Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on "A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation" by S. Wroe and J. Field

Barry W Brook, David MJS Bowman, David A Burney, Timothy F Flannery, Michael Kevin Gagan, Richard Gillespie, Christopher N Johnson, Arnold Peter Kershaw, John W Magee, Paul S Martin, Gifford Hubbs Miller, Benny Peiser, R G Roberts

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    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)560 - 564
    Number of pages5
    JournalQuarternary Science Reviews
    Volume26
    Issue number3-4
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Brook, Barry W ; Bowman, David MJS ; Burney, David A ; Flannery, Timothy F ; Gagan, Michael Kevin ; Gillespie, Richard ; Johnson, Christopher N ; Kershaw, Arnold Peter ; Magee, John W ; Martin, Paul S ; Miller, Gifford Hubbs ; Peiser, Benny ; Roberts, R G. / Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on "A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation" by S. Wroe and J. Field. In: Quarternary Science Reviews. 2007 ; Vol. 26, No. 3-4. pp. 560 - 564.
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    Would the Australian megafauna have become extinct if humans had never colonised the continent? Comments on "A review of the evidence for a human role in the extinction of Australian megafauna and an alternative explanation" by S. Wroe and J. Field. / Brook, Barry W; Bowman, David MJS; Burney, David A; Flannery, Timothy F; Gagan, Michael Kevin; Gillespie, Richard; Johnson, Christopher N; Kershaw, Arnold Peter; Magee, John W; Martin, Paul S; Miller, Gifford Hubbs; Peiser, Benny; Roberts, R G.

    In: Quarternary Science Reviews, Vol. 26, No. 3-4, 2007, p. 560 - 564.

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