Friday, 12 March 2010

Digging in Russia: Searching for clues about prehistoric climate change

Internat'l #Circumpolar Archaeological Project on Prehistoric Response to Global Warming
University at Buffalo researchers lead the International Circumpolar Archaeological Project, studying how humans reacted to climate change 4,000 to 6,500 years ago in Siberias remote Kamchatka peninsula, a rough, remote and extremely volcanic wilderness. Their work will inform how relationships between human beings and their environments may change in decades to come as a result of global warming.

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