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Re­si­li­ence gen­er­ated by live­li­hoods helped people sur­vive a cli­mate dis­as­ter in the 540s. The secrets of the Iron Age remains in western Finland are now beginning to be revealed through measuring isotopes of atomic nuclei.
Diverse livelihoods helped Levänluhta people survive a climate disaster | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

The secrets of these Iron Age remains are now beginning to be revealed through measuring isotopes of atomic nuclei.