First humans in Tasmania must have seen spectacular auroras

First humans in Tasmania must have seen spectacular auroras

First humans in Tasmania must have seen spectacular auroras

Drilling a 270,000-year old core from a Tasmanian lake has provided the first Australian record of a major global event where the Earth’s magnetic field ‘switched’—and the opportunity to establish a precedent for developing new paleomagnetic dating tools for Australian archaeology and paleosciences.
First humans in Tasmania must have seen spectacular auroras