by |July 27, 2017

Sea levels had powerful effects on the Vikings and their predecessors. Tromso University Museum archaeologist Stephen Wickler (right) and pollen specialist Scott Anderson of Northern Arizona University survey a terrace once inhabited by seagoing Stone Age people. Some 6,000 years ago, this was convenient waterfront property; now, it is 30 vertical feet above the nearest beach.

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