Amber's too cold, Anna's too hot, and we've both lost our dang minds! In an effort to think about something other than the summer heat, this week we're offering you a sampler platter of some of the amazing archaeology from the Arctic regions up north! Learn how people got to the Arctic, what some of them did when they got there, and what's happening to Arctic sites now in light of global warming. Also hyenas. Refreshing!
Beringia (National Parks Service)
The Unalaska Sea Ice Project (Boston University Zooarchaeology Laboratory)
The Dirt Book Club!
The earth is faster now: indigenous observations of Arctic environmental change, by Igor Krupnik and Dyanna Jolly
The last imaginary place: a human history of the Arctic world, by Robert McGhee