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Department of Archaeology

Monday, 29 November, 2021 - 16:00 to 17:00
Event speaker: 
Prof. Ariane Burke, Université de Montréal

The archaeological record offers a rare opportunity to observe the complex interaction between environmental and human systems under different climate regimes, across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. The strategies adopted by past human populations - and their outcomes - can be used to identify the factors that promote human resilience in the face of climate change. Using recent case studies, this talk demonstrates how the archaeology of climate change capitalizes on developments in computational archaeology and ecological modelling to offer a multidisciplinary framework for the study of climate change, contributing a much-needed, long-term perspective to climate research.

More about prof. Ariane Burke here.

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