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Journal of Anthropological and Archaeological Sciences

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Living in the Anthropocene

Volume 1 - Issue 2

Jesse Negro*

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    • Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University, Australia

    *Corresponding author: Jesse Negro, Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

Received: November 23, 2019;   Published: December 04, 2019

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The Anthropocene is the proposed geological epoch where humans have changed some of Earth’s systems. There are many debates surrounding the Anthropocene from if it is a new geological epoch, if it is a new epoch when did it begin and the distinction between nature and human made [1]. Cities have had a major environmental impact across the world, shaping the physical geological environment and could be considered monuments of the Anthropocene. During the Anthropocene, humans have shifted from nomadic and rural lifestyles towards hunting in the big city.

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