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Study suggests remnants of human migration paths exist underwater at 'choke points'

May 15, 2020 - General

Today, sea-level rise is a great concern of humanity as climate change warms the planet and melts ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. Indeed, great coastal cities around the world like Miami and New Orleans could be underwater later in this century. But oceans have been rising for thousands of years, and this isn’t the first time they have claimed land once settled by people. A new paper published in Geographical Review shows…

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