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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Timing and Patterns of Initial Colonization Initial human colonization of the Australian continent is conservatively estimated at around 45 ka, though some researchers argue for an arrival predating this time by 10 000-15 000 years. Any archaeological sites that formed on the continental shelf,&nbsp;which included the Torres Strait and Bass Strait, are&nbsp;now submerged because of sea level rises at the terminal Pleistocene, before c. 10 ka (Figure 1). Environmental proxies such as fossil pollen (vegetation) and&nbsp;charcoal (fire) records have been used to support&nbsp;arguments for initial human colonization before\n \nFigure 1 Map of Australia and region showing the location of sites mentioned in the text. Modern-day Australia is marked by the dark outline and the pale outline is the continental margins during the time of lowest sea level at the LGM c. 30-19 ka when Tasmania and New&nbsp;Guinea were joined to the mainland, together comprising Sahul.\n\n100 ka. Fluctuations in microsco') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Timing and Patterns of Initial Colonization Initial human colonization of the Australian continent is conservatively estimated at around 45 ka, though some researchers argue for an arrival predating this time by 10 000-15 000 years. Any archaeological sites that formed on the continental shelf,&nbsp;which included the Torres Strait and Bass Strait, are&nbsp;now submerged because of sea level rises at the terminal Pleistocene, before c. 10 ka (Figure 1). Environmental proxies such as fossil pollen (vegetation) and&nbsp;charcoal (fire) records have been used to support&nbsp;arguments for initial human colonization before\n \nFigure 1 Map of Australia and region showing the location of sites mentioned in the text. Modern-day Australia is marked by the dark outline and the pale outline is the continental margins during the time of lowest sea level at the LGM c. 30-19 ka when Tasmania and New&nbsp;Guinea were joined to the mainland, together comprising Sahul.\n\n100 ka. Fluctuations in microsco') AND id != 88713 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-13 07:05:45' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5