PALAEOENVIRONMENTS OF NORTH SUMATRA :
A 30,000 YEAR OLD POLLEN RECORD FROM PEA BULLOK
B.K. Maloney and F.G. McCormac
Pea Bullok is an important site because it is one of only a handful on dry land from Sutheast Asia which extends back through the last glacial cyle, a time of probable human dispersal throughout the islands, many of which were linked to the mainland by a lowland causeway now covered by the shallow seas of the Sunda Shelf, The pollen analysis and radiocarbon dating of Pea Bullok has added significant new information about Late Quarternary climatic and vagetation change in Island Southeast Asia but analysis of more older site is desirable to build up a pattern of regional vegetation and climatic changes.
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