What must inhabitants of the lands of Scandinavia, Britain, Ireland, North Russia, Canada have done during the younger dryas?
"The Younger Dryas (around 12,900 to 11,700 years BP) was a return to glacial conditions after the Late Glacial Interstadial, which temporarily reversed the gradual climatic warming after the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) started receding around 20,000 BP. It is named after an indicator genus, the alpine-tundra wildflower Dryas octopetala, as its leaves are occasionally abundant in late glacial, often minerogenic-rich sediments, such as the lake sediments of Scandinavia.".
How did Brits, Scandinavians, Russians, Canadians survive this?
Did they migrate South?
If not, what did they survive on, and what did they hunt?
Also, what effects did the younger dryas have on other cultures? Did it cause opposite effects in the Southern hemisphere that experience a heatwave?
Did it lead to the expansion of desert regions in Africa and elsewhere?
What were the knock on global effects?
What Islands sank due to the rising sea levels?
Did it cause wars and fighting?
Also, whilst Geologists and Scientists are looking at a South Eastward movement out of those regions, some historians and scholars appear to think it was a North Westerly movement in to those regions.
For what purpose was there North Westerly movement of peoples?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
They migrated or died.
There is a documentary about it featuring a sloth named Sid.
- 2 months ago
they called a representatives of the glacial counsel and all sat down and ate spagetties...
- AndrewLv 72 months ago
Oh, you, know, drink beer, play Nintendo, that sort of thing.