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TerraNova Academy Field School - TAFS II

Agricultural Revolution, Transition Energy Regime 1/2 online program

TERRANOVA Academy Field School in full swing despite the lock downs. This week, we’re discussing palaeoecology, shifting baselines and Danish nature management

INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM
16 March 2020

Thematic courses: Landscape Archaeology and Historical Ecology  

Teacher
Marie-José Gaillard-Lemdahl

Teacher
Sjoerd Kluiving

Session 1: What landscape histories for a specific energy regime can be summarised for each of the 4 study areas? What can landscape archaeology contribute to reconstruction of human-environment interaction in these areas?

Session 2: What landscape histories for a specific energy regime can be listed for each of the 4 study areas? What can long-term palaeoecology contribute to reconstruction of human-environment interaction in these areas?

Session 3: What landscape histories can be derived from the current knowledge, how would you pose a research question in the interdisciplinary field between landscape archaeology and long-term palaeoecology?

TERRANOVA ESR presentations
17 March 2020

Beyond TERRANOVA

Workshop

Speaker: Sophie Marie Monsarrat
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Workshop

Speaker: Trine Kellberg Nielsen
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Aim

To show you that the EemianInterglacial properis not necessarily the most optimal period for extreme northern dispersal of Neanderthals despite the climatic amelioration. At least not as a rule.

To question our current understanding of northern Neanderthal boundaries.

To argue that awareness of asynchronicitybetween operational scale and resolution (local-and continental-and temporal scales) are crucial for investigating the biogeography of northern Neanderthals.

TERRANOVA talk
19 March 2020

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Speaker
Paul Sinclair

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Beyond TERRANOVA: Talk on future landscapes 

Aim

Talk and discussions with ESRs

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