The Case for a deep time Anthropocene

In a recent publication in the journal Science, Motti et al. (2021) use nearly 1200 pollen records, with some sequences dated to 18 thousand years ago, collected by researchers from all over the planet, to show that the highest rates of plant species turnover are associated with human occupation; specifically, with phases of agricultural expansionContinue reading “The Case for a deep time Anthropocene”