People have influenced mountain landscapes in northern Europe for several thousand years. Land use has affected habitats and biodiversity as well as cultural heritage and our sense of place and identity. Changes in land use now place us at a critical point in determining future management strategies.
This conference will address how archaeology and cultural history can be integrated with long-term and contemporary ecology to understand landscape dynamics and underpin sustainable management and conservation ofboth cultural heritage and biodiversity in mountain environments.
Registration and abstract submission will open in spring 2011
Norwegian University of Science and Technology,
Museum of Natural History and Archaeology
Telephone: +47 73 59 21 45
Fax: +47 73 59 22 23
Erling Skakkes gate 47 A, Trondheim
Gunnar Austhreim, Per Sjörgren, Birgitte Skar, James D. M. Speed, Vibekke Vange.
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