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Archaeology as Actionable Science on Climate Change: Lessons from Interdisciplinary Collaboration (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carrie Hritz. Marcy Rockman. Robert Winthrop. Torben Rick.

Within archaeology, it is widely assumed recognized that the field has much to offer present and future efforts to address climate change. From an archaeological perspective, this may be directly through data, improved models of human adaptation, building or preserving modern connections to place, to name a few. However, to date these have not been well-incorporated into federal efforts to address climate change, largely as a result of a lack of systematic engagement. To address this gap for...