A Late Holocene palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of Ulong Island, Palau, from starch grain, charcoal, and geochemistry analyses
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Highlights•Starch, charcoal, and geochemistry analyses reveal three phases of land use at Ulong Island, Palau.•Permanent settlements arose on Ulong as early as 2000 BP.•Large quantities of starch grains are recoverable from ponded sediments in Palau.

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