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Dr. Brita Lorentzen

Brita Lorentzen poster
Park Hall 265

Tree-Rings, Climate, and Mediterranean Environmental History: An Integrated Cultural and Natural Heritage Framework

Research Associate & Lab Manager Cornell Tree-Ring Laboratory Department of Classics Cornell University

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