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Sand Grains Reveal How Humans Change Australia

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June 29, 1998
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Australian scientsits have developed a way to date single grains of sand, revealing the impact of human settlement in Australia over centuries

Tiny grains of sand are opening a spectacular new volume in the history of Australia, revealing the impact of human settlement over centuries, and even thousands of years.


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