Conferences

Held conferences

3rd National Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Sweden (CAA-SE), 2015

2015 year’s conference was arranged with the support of the ArkDIS-project, Umeå University Faculty of Arts and Umeå University.

Keynote speakers:

Thomas McGovern, Hunter College, City University of New York:
Archaeological Sites as a Distributed Long Term Observing Network of the Past

Christian Koch-Madsen, Greenland National Museum & Archives:
GIS studies of Settlement and Farming in Norse Greenland

For more information see: http://www.trippus.net/CAA-SE2015

Conferences organised by Environmental Archaeology Students

2015

Master's student presentations (past and future)

Environmental Archaeology Student Presentations 2015On the 17th February 2015, 10:00-12:00, the Environmental Archaeology Master's Students will publicly present the results of work in the Presenting Environmental Archaeology course.
Venue: HUMlab2 (under the university library)
All visitors are welcome
!

Topics (click here for abstracts):

The Need for Environmental Archaeology on Gotland. Jessica Coleman

Interpreting Past Environments through Fossil Insect Analysis. Kajsa Hedberg

2014

Exploring the Past: Environmental Archaeology Perspectives

Master's Students Public Presentations

Exploring the past: Environmental archaeology perspectivesOn the 18th February 2014, 10:00-15:00, the Environmental Archaeology Master's Students will publicly present the results of work in the Presenting Environmental Archaeology course.
Venue: HUMlab2 (under the university library)
All visitors are welcome
!

10-12 Oral presentations

13-15 Poster presentations

Topics (click here for abstracts):

Expected Botanical Material from the Medieval Site Helsingin Pitäjän Kirkonkylä, Finland. Noora Savunen

Feasting and Politics in the Andes: Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Study Incan Diet. Misha Enayat

Environmental Archaeology Applied to Spatial Analysis. María Nodsomi Sicilia

A History on Health: The Study of our Medieval Past Through a Multi-proxy Analysis. Hanna Larsson

2012

Enviroeology!

Enviroeology Conference FlyerOn the 20th February 2012, 10:00-14:00, the Environmental Archaeology Master's Students will publicly present the results of work in the Presenting Environmental Archaeology course. All visitors are welcome.

Posters presented by MAL staff


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"Using insect analysis and ecological coding to reconstruct human impact and environmental changes during the late Holocene."
Buckland, P. I. * & Olsson, F. **

* Environmental Archaeology Lab. Umeå University.
** Department of Biology and Environmental Science. University of Kalmar.

Nov. 2005 HITE-POLLANDCAL, Umeå, Sweden.

Knepp Castle Making Wildland Pay poster

"Knepp Castle, Sussex. Monitoring Landscape Change with Coleoptera Traps"
Paul Buckland, Charlie Burrell & Phil Buckland

MAKING WILDLAND PAY: A review of markets and enterprises from wild land and rewilding

April 2007, Knepp Estate, E Sussex, UK

"Climate & Environmental reconstruction from fossil beetles"
P. Buckland

2003 "Quantitative climate reconstruction and data-model comparisons" Environmental Change Research Centre, UCL, UK.

"Climatic reconstruction through beetle proxy temperature data."
P. Buckland, P. C. Buckland, R.E. Engelmark, J. Sadler, & T. Atkinson

2001 "PAGES-PEPIII -- ESF-HOLIVAR Past Climate Variability Through Europe and Africa An International Conference" . Centre des Congrès, Aix-en-Provence, France.
also presented at:
2001 "VIII Nordic Conference on the Application of Scientific Methods In Archaeology" Umeå, Sweden.
HUMLAB poster

"Landscapes under the Plough - How to see things when they can't be seen"
P. Buckland, R. Engelmark, J-E Wallin, & J. Linderholm

2000 Jubilee symposium "Environmental changes in Fennoscandia during the Late Quaternary"

Related external conference series

CAA - Computer Applications and quantitative methods in Archaeology

QRA - Quaternary Research Association


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