Climate Change in Prehistory: The End of the Reign of Chaos
by William James Burroughs (Author) › Visit Amazon's William James Burroughs Page See search results for this author William James Burroughs (Author)
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Illustrated edition (13 Jun. 2005)
Hardcover: 372 pages
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How did humankind deal with the extreme challenges of the last Ice Age? How have the relatively benign post-Ice Age conditions affected the evolution and spread of humanity across the globe? By setting our genetic history in the context of climate change during prehistory, the origin of many features of our modern world are identified and presented in this illuminating book. It reviews the aspects of our physiology and intellectual development that have been influenced by climatic factors, and how features of our lives - diet, language and the domestication of animals - are also the product of the climate in which we evolved. In short: climate change in prehistory has in many ways made us what we are today. Climate Change in Prehistory weaves together studies of the climate with anthropological, archaeological and historical studies, and will fascinate all those interested in the effects of climate on human development and history.
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