April 28, 2009

Skeptics From Around the Globe


Susan Crockford, PhD (University Victoria )Archaeozoology/Zoogeography; Archaeozoology in the Pacific Rim, Domestication and Breed Development, Evolutionaary Theory, Evolution and History of the Domestic Dog; Pacific Rim (Sessional Instructor and Adjunct Assistant Professor)

The polar bear survived two major warming periods over the last 11,000 years, the first of which saw temperatures rise rapidly to at least 2.50C higher than present and there is no evidence that Arctic sea ice disappeared entirely during those times or that any ice-dependent species became extinct.

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