1 edition of Human Ecodynamics (Symposia of the Association for Environmental Archaeology) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxbow Books Limited|
|Publishers||Oxbow Books Limited|
|LC Classifications||October 15, 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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He coordinates the IHOPE Climate Threats to Science and Heritage working group and the Circumpolar Networks working group. Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology Oxford University Press DOI: 10.
McGovern, Seals and Sea Ice in Medieval Greenland. He serves as director for the CUNY Human Ecodynamics Research Center HERC based at the Graduate Center and Hunter College Zooarchaeology Lab. This long running collaborative project 2008-present combines field training, community outreach, and rescue of rich multi-period deposits at Swandrow on Rousay Orkney that are endangered by rising sea levels and increased storminess.Introduction: The Long Term Global Human Ecodynamics Conference. 2018Burning Libraries: a Community Response, in Ruth Maher ed.
Springer Nature Co Bern Switzerland DOI2020 Dugmore, A. Church, Alastair Dawson, Kevin J. The Vikings were not the first colonizers of the Faroe Islands.
B published online 12 September 2012 doi: 10. Overview of Research Tom McGovern has done archaeological fieldwork since 1972 in the UK, Norway, France, the Caribbean, and NE US, but his main research work has been in the North Atlantic Greenland, Iceland, Faeroes, and Shetland.
This research addresses questions of human vulnerability and resilience in remote subarctic environments. With Megan Hicks he directs the Hunter College Zooarchaeology Laboratory, a recognized "regional center of excellence" by the International Congress of Archaeozoologists. of Archaeology Reykjavik Monograph 1, Reykjavik.
Co-recipient of the 2019 St Andrews Article Prize in European Environmental History for 2017 Hartman et al. Long-Term Human Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic: An Archaeological Study. Islands of Disaster: Managing Pigs and Birds in the Anthropocene of the North Atlantic. The project takes in all periods, with a growing focus upon the colonial period 18 th-20 th c and the Norse settlement c 985-1450. Long-Term Human Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic: An Archaeological Study.
McGovern was one of the founders of the North Atlantic Biocultural Organization NABO, with initial NSF support in 1992, and has served as NABO coordinator down to the present. Radiocarbon, 86 3 :211-15 2010 Dugmore, A.
In 2009 NABO was funded by NSF to explore the possibilities of taking this collaborative model global by connecting other regional interdisciplinary teams working in long term human ecodynamics.
Surviving Sudden Environmental Change: Lessons From Archaeology.
McGovern 2015 Islands of Change vs.
2017 Konrad Smiarowski, Ramona Harrison, Seth Brewington, Megan Hicks, Francis Feeley, Celine Dupont-Herbert, George Hambrecht, Jim Woollett , Thomas H.
Awarded 2019 Society for American Archaeology Presidential Recognition award for service on SAA Climate Change and the Archaeological Record Committee.