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Seeing the wood for the trees: How archaeologists use hazelnuts to reconstruct ancient woodlands (phys.org)

If we could stand in a landscape that our Mesolithic ancestors called home, what would we see around us? Scientists have devised a method of analyzing preserved hazelnut shells to tell us whether the microhabitats around archaeological sites were heavily forested or open and pasture-like. This could help us understand not only...

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