Climates of change: Human dimensions of Holocene environmental change in low latitudes of the PEPII transect.
Rapid climate change events can have devastating impacts upon agricultural production and human society. Advances in spatial and temporal resolution of palaeoenvironmental and archaeological data enable detailed examination of the nature of human-environment interactions. Recent studies have shown that throughout the Holocene human populations responded to rapid climate change events by existing subsistence strategies adopting to novel environmental conditions. In the case of agriculturalists...[Show more]
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