The conventional view of how early civilisations developed is that they benefited from the steady conditions of a predictable period of climate constancy.
However, Brooks, a researcher at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, believes there is mounting evidence to show that past civilisations grew in response to climate change rather than being the result of climate stability.
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