, 2023-01-07 16:00:00,
Louisiana scientists are sounding the alarm about hundreds of archaeological sites that may soon be torn apart by storms or storms Swallowed by the rising seas.
A new study from researchers at LSU And other universities are calling for large-scale efforts to protect and study the more than 1,000 ancient sites, some of which have existed along the Louisiana coast for more than 4,500 years, but now face threats from climate change and rapid erosion.
“You can see the destruction of some of these sites in real time,” said Matt Helmer, LSU professor of archeology and lead author of the study.
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