Climate change facilitated disappearance of pre-historic indigenous people

Climate change facilitated the disappearance of a pre-historic culture predating present-day Aboriginal inhabitants in northern Western Australia.

Researchers from a number of Australian universities made the discovery while investigating the impacts of rapid climate change in the Kimberley region.

The research supports similar studies showing rapid climate change underpinned environmental stresses on prehistory Aboriginal populations.

Read more at The University of Queensland