PAGES (Past Global Changes) PEOPLE 3000 - PalEOclimate and the PeopLing of the Earth

By integrating archaeological data, paleoecological data and dynamic modeling, PEOPLE 3000 aims to explain long-term patterns of growth in the consumption of energy in social-ecological systems and the tipping points of these systems within the contexts of changing climates and environments over the last 3000 years.

People 3000

http://pastglobalchanges.org/science/wg/people-3000/intro

https://anthropology.usu.edu/projects/coevolutioncpfs

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