Dawn of the Anthropocene era: Concrete cities and plastic rubbish in England are 'omnipresent' impacts of our short and destructive time on Earth, experts claim



Researchers have revealed the 'omnipresent' signs of the impact of humans on the English landscape, including human-made rock types, ash particles and plastic waste.
The recent human transformation of our plant - dubbed the Anthropocene - has no precedent in the 4.54 billion years of Earth history, according to the researchers.
The study explores these changes in England, including the rise of concrete in cities which have almost all been built after the Second World War. 
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28 July 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 53
Source: Daily Mail
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