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What does BLB stand for?
BLB stands for Bering Land Bridge (archaeology)
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Then a sustained cold period between 25,000 and 15,000 years ago caused further changes as the freezing temperatures caused a 330ft drop in sea levels allowing humans to cross the Bering land bridge into North America.
Radiocarbon dating of wood at the site indicates the cremation took place roughly 11,500 years ago, when the Bering Land Bridge may still have connected Alaska and Asia , according to the scientists from the University of Alaska at Fairbanks .
Fully one third of all the people ever to move to the United States, starting from the first Siberian to cross the Bering land bridge in search of game, have arrived since 1965.
By Margot Roosevelt BERING LAND BRIDGE NATIONAL PRESERVE, AlaskaAuFour miles south of the Arctic Circle, the morning sky is streaked with apricot.
The theme and location of the Symposium were especially significant because this region of Russia is undergoing dynamic development, yet still holds much virgin forest, and moose evolved and subsequently spread from this region to North America via the Bering Land Bridge.
It is a face you might have encountered on the Bering Land Bridge at the end of the Pleistocene Era.
That's when people moved into North America across the Bering land bridge that connects Asia and Alaska.