Jennifer Routledge is a Ph.D. candidate in environmental and life sciences at Trent University in Canada. She works under the supervision of Dr. Paul Szpak, in the Trent Environmental Archaeology Lab at Trent University, and uses stable isotope analysis to reconstruct the paleoecology of circumpolar megafauna.
The global climate is changing and the Arctic is warming rapidly. These are objectively true statements that most people have come to accept. But it is also true that Earth’s climate has never been stagnant and climate anomalies have been frequent throughout the past. How then, do we understand our current situation relative to past […]