How did an 8000-year-old community deal with climate change?

Russian cemetery provides a glimpse into a society’s response to a mini-Ice Age.

Lake Onega, Karelia, Russia. This lake would have had a relatively mild microclimate during a 'mini Ice Age' 8,200 years ago, drawing big game - and humans - to its shores. Image credit: Efimova Anastasia/Wikimedia Commons