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Studying the impact of climate change on Georgia archaeology sites

Lindsey Cochran taking water samples on Sapelo Island, Georgia.

Image: Lindsey Cochran taking water samples on Sapelo Island, Georgia.

In the world of climate change studies, there are extensive global and regional models but fewer site-specific models. Lindsey Cochran, a postdoctoral research associate with the University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology, is working with digital data from the Georgia coast to recreate models that simulate site-specific changes from now until 2100.

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