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008    170824s2018    nyua     b    001 0 eng   
010      2017033037 
020    9780307908650 (hardback) 
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092    551.792|bCHI 
100 1  Childs, Craig,|d1967-|eauthor. 
245 10 Atlas of a lost world :|btravels in ice age America /
       |cCraig Childs ; illustrations by Sarah Gilman. 
250    First edition. 
264  1 New York :|bPantheon,|c[2018] 
300    xvi, 269 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-257) and 
520    "From the author of Apocalyptic Planet, an unsparing, 
       vivid, revelatory travelogue through prehistory that 
       traces the arrival of the First People in North America 
       twenty thousand years ago and the artifacts that enable us
       to imagine their lives and fates. Scientists squabble over
       the locations and dates for human arrival in the New 
       World. The first explorers were few, encampments fleeting.
       At some point in time, between twenty and forty thousand 
       years ago, sea levels were low enough that a vast land 
       bridge was exposed between Asia and North America. But the
       land bridge was not the only way across. This book upends 
       our notions of where these people came from and who they 
       were. The unpeopled continent they reached was inhabited 
       by megafauna--mastodons, sloths, mammoths, saber-toothed 
       cats, lions, bison, and bears. The First People were not 
       docile--Paleolithic spear points are still encrusted with 
       the protein of their prey--but they were wildly 
       outnumbered and many were prey to the much larger animals.
       This is a chronicle of the last millennia of the Ice Age, 
       the gradual oscillations and retreat of glaciers, the 
       clues and traces that document the first encounters of 
       early humans, and the animals whose presence governed the 
       humans' chances for survival"--|cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Prehistoric peoples|zNorth America. 
650  0 Paleo-Indians|zNorth America. 
650  0 Glacial epoch|zNorth America. 
650  0 Paleoecology|zNorth America|yPleistocene. 
650  0 Mammals, Fossil|zNorth America. 
700 1  Gilman, Sarah,|eillustrator. 
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