NYS Museum Research and Collections Evening Lectures: Colonizing New York, Dating What Happened After the Ice Age
At the height of the last Ice Age, nearly twenty-five thousand years ago, New York State was almost entirely covered with ice. Over the next few thousand years, the ice melted and the barren terrain began to be colonized by plants and animals, including woolly mammoths and humans. Dr. Robert Feranec, curator of mammals and Pleistocene vertebrate paleontology, will present data from research that offers clues to understanding how New York was colonized after the last glacial period.
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