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Deserted Britain: declining populations in the British Late Middle Pleistocene

  • Nick Ashton (a1) and Simon Lewis (a2)
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This paper defines the potential reasons for low population levels in Oxygen Isotope Stages 6–4: climate, habitat preferences and sea level.

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