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Posted: Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:12 pm Post subject: An Australian Amazon?
..................... Another western ancestral population which cannot be assigned to any one present population would have existed at the western mouth of the Arafura Sea, where rivers from the southern New Guinea and northern Australia , as well as Lake Carpentaria and the Fly Strickland Basin must have once joined to form a massive River.
How about the size of that river and the barra on it
Note the Fly River once flowed into the Arafure sea much further west of its current position.
It's talking about a period of time between 18,000 and 7,000 years ago.
Paper it came from is called Refinement of Barrumundi Stock Definition; Particularly in Relation to Access and Allocatio to Combeting Using Groups.
Published by the FRDC and Dept Primary Industry and Fisheries
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