By Ramona Harrison,Ruth A. Maher,Colin Amundsen,Julie M. Bond,Stephen J. Dockrill,Andrew J. Dugmore,Julie Gibson,Megan Hicks,Aaron Kendall,Thomas H. McGovern,Konrad Smiarowski,Richard Streeter
First, vacationing the Northern Isles of Scotland within the Orkney Islands, the reader is taken throughout the archaeology from the Neolithic interval via international struggle II within the face of sea-level upward push and swiftly eroding coastlines. The Shetland Islands then demonstrate a deep-time learn of 1 large-scale Iron Age excavation. directly to the northern coasts of Norway, the place information regarding past due medieval maritime peoples is defined. Iceland explores human–environment interplay and implications of weather switch provided from the Viking Age during the Early glossy period. Rounding out the North Atlantic sector is Greenland, which sheds mild at the Norse within the past due Viking Age and the center a long time.
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Human Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic: A Collaborative Model of Humans and Nature through Space and Time by Ramona Harrison,Ruth A. Maher,Colin Amundsen,Julie M. Bond,Stephen J. Dockrill,Andrew J. Dugmore,Julie Gibson,Megan Hicks,Aaron Kendall,Thomas H. McGovern,Konrad Smiarowski,Richard Streeter