News Release 99-030
Archeologists Find Milder Arctic Climate May Have Aided Aleutian Settlement
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Petroglyths, or stone carvings, are "pretty rare generally in Alaska," according to Debra Corbett, an archeologist with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and a member of the NSF-funded team.
Credit: John Sease, the National Marine Fisheries Service
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