Making of the hot southern continent: Plio-Pleistocene climate change and the onset of aridity in southern Australia
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The Late Pleistocene evolution of palaeo megalake Bungunnia, southeastern Australia: A sedimentary record of fluctuating lake dynamics, climate change and the formation of the modern Murray River
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