BiPiSci – New Water Worlds: David Anderson / Endangered History

by Gary Niederhoff on May 20, 2019

BiPiSci- Endangered History
click to listen (trt 7:13)

Click above to listen to Part 3 of New Water Worlds, featuring David Anderson, professor of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee. His team’s PLOS ONE paper is “Sea-level rise and archaeological site destruction.” His DINAA site can be used to generate maps of where people were living in the past, up to ca. 15,000 years ago. Here he discusses how coastal archaeological sites will be lost to sea level rise, which will also flood recent historical sites such as Cape Canaveral.

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