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Table S1. Square A data, Otterbourne Island Site 4.

Table S2. Square B data, Otterbourne Island Site 4.

Table S3. Plant remains, Square B, Otterbourne Island Site 4. X, presence; *, possible occurrence, highly degraded specimen.

Table S4. Bone data, Square B, Otterbourne Island Site 4.

Table S5. Fish bone identifications, Square B, Otterbourne Island Site 4.

Table S6. Square H10 data, High Peak Island Site 10.

Table S7. Square H11 data, High Peak Island Site 10.

Table S8. Square H12 data, High Peak Island Site 10.

Table S9. Square A data, Collins Island Site 24.

Table S10. Radiocarbon dates for archaeological sites, central Queensland islands. Radiocarbon dates were calibrated into calendar years using the online calibration program Calib 6.0 (Stuiver & Reimer 1993) and the Southern Hemisphere calibration dataset (ShCal04) (McCormac et al. 2004) for charcoal dates, and the marine calibration dataset (Marine09) (Reimer et al. 2009) for marine shell dates, using a ΔR value of 10 ± 7 years determined for central Queensland (Ulm 2002). A single, central best-point estimate was calculated for the irregular probability distribution of each date using the median calibrated age (following Telford et al. 2004).

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