Sarah-Jane O'Connor posted in anthropocence • climate change • epoch • geology • tim naish on September 26th, 2016.
Is the “Anthropocene” an exercise in geological bureaucracy or something socially more significant – Victoria University’s Professor Tim Naish writes in Fairfax’s science page – Catalyst. An excerpt (read in full): Welcome to the age of the “Anthropocene”. This is to be known as the period of geological history in which human activities left an […]
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