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ERC Advanced Grant project investigating Doggerland using sedimentary DNA, environmental archaeology, seismic mapping and computer simulation.
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New Scientist 16h
Australia swelters in record temperatures with warmest ever night
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Eugene Ch'ng Jan 18
That photo looks too serious!
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Andrew Crooks Jan 18
Want to know more about & ? Check out: Agent-Based Modelling and Geographical Information Systems: A Practical Primer. Also all the models and data are available @
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Sounding Coastal Change - SCC_OU 20h
Coastal change in dangerous industries....
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Eugene Ch'ng Jan 18
We’ve brought in a virtual Chinese mythical beast to decorate the entrance to our tent of VR experience. Come see us at
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Eugene Ch'ng Jan 19
Really glad to have welcomed you into our world of virtual objects where their value will be equal to, if not at least asymptotic to their physical originals. 🐲
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Sea Level Research Jan 19
North American glaciers melting much faster than 10 years ago – study
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Roberto Sáez Jan 19
The origin and evolution of sewing technologies in Eurasia and North America
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IUCN Water Programme Jan 18
Wetland-dependent species are in serious decline. Since 1970, declines have affected 81% of inland wetland species and 36% of coastal and marine species ▶
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Ian Moffat Jan 17
Research Fellow position in Marine Geoscience available at the University of Southampton to investigate the earliest migrations into Australia using geophysics and ocean modelling
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Becky Cribdon Jan 15
First data! First data!
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Tom Higham Jan 17
Interesting insights in this New York Times special on ancient DNA researchers focusing on some big archaeological questions.
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IPCC Jan 18
"By 2100, global mean sea level rise is projected to be around 0.1 metre lower with global warming of 1.5°C compared to 2°C (medium confidence)." SPM of Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C, p9. Full SPM 👉
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DPManchee Jan 17
Some info for Rhine-Meuse delta given in Brown (2017), 7th Developing International Geoarchaeology Conference, “Late-Glacial/Early Holocene Palaeoenvironments and Evidence for the 8.2 ka Event in the North Sea”, Newcastle Uni, 4-7 Sept 2017,
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Benjamin Gearey Jan 17
New edition 'The long-Term Perspective of Human Impact on Landscape for Environmental Change and Sustainability'
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MesolithicMiscellany Jan 17
New article, 'People and plant entanglements at the dawn of agricultural practice in Greece. An analysis of the Mesolithic and early Neolithic archaeobotanical remains', by Kotzamani and Livarda. Abstract...
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MesolithicMiscellany Jan 17
New article, 'The rapid spread of early farming from the Aegean into the Balkans via the Sub-Mediterranean-Aegean Vegetation Zone', by Krauß et al. Abstract Close examination of the geographic position of...
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MesolithicMiscellany Jan 17
New article, 'The physical environment in Northern Greece at the advent of the Neolithic', by Gkouma and Karkanas. Abstract The transition from the Late Pleistocene to the Early Holocene in the Eastern...
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MesolithicMiscellany Jan 17
New article, 'The Neolithic of Northern Greece and the Balkans – The environmental context of cultural transformation', by Urem-Kotsou et al. !
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