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Prehistoric Response to Global Warming Informs Human Planning Today
March 10, 2010
Since 2004, University at Buffalo anthropologist Ezra Zubrow has worked intensively with teams of scientists in the Arctic regions of St. James Bay, Quebec, northern Finland and Kamchatka, to understand how humans living 4,000 to 6,000 years ago reacted to climate changes.
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