The National Science Foundation awarded University of Dayton isotope geochemist Zelalem Bedaso a three-year, $156,776 grant to study seasonal rainfall variability over the last 200,000 years in East Africa to understand the impact of extreme weather on early humans and the ecosystems on which they depended.
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Larsen, Dave, "National Science Foundation awards University of Dayton isotope geochemist $157K to study impact of extreme weather pattern shifts on early humans in East Africa" (2021). College of Arts and Sciences Newsroom. 526.