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Societal Transformations And Resilience In Arabia Across 12,000 Years Of Climate Change

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 8 April 2020
Today, the Arabian Peninsula is one of the most arid regions in the world. But its climate has not always been the same, and the past has seen both greater aridity and more humidity at different points in time. As a region at risk of water stress in a heating world, Arabia is of significant interest to scientists studying climate...
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