Ancient Egypt was the most powerful civilization in the world for a time.The monuments built by laborers to honor pharaohs stand to this day, testament to the vast resources at their command.The researchers relied on a combination of ancient records and modern techniques to divine the weather thousands of years ago.Papyrus scrolls from the Ptolemaic era around 300 BC provided insights into periods of social unrest and drought, and they combined those with an analyses of ice cores taken from Greenland and Antarctica.Fiji is widely considered to be the crossroad of the South Pacific.The physical features of the Fijians resembled that of the negroid race of Melanesia (Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Solomon islands ) but adopted the Polynesian (Tonga, Samoa, Hawaii etc.) culture instead.She died a couple of days later after she was christianily babtised.
The Egyptians relied on an elaborate system of dams and canals to inundate their fields, bringing in silt to serve as fertilizer and water to keep crops alive.
However, based on archaelogical evidence, the occupation of Fiji began between 1600 to 1200 BC.
Samoa, Hawaii and New Zealand were later occupied by the Polynesians (around 800 AD).
An ill-timed eruption could conceivably tip the scales. Some 70 percent of the world’s population today depends in some way on monsoons.
Shifting the pattern of rainfall that people have spent tens or hundreds of years living with and adapting to can cause real harm, whether you’re in Bangladesh or Houston. Climate change is altering weather conditions all across the globe at a rate much quicker than many can adapt to.