Projektdeltagare

Erika Weiberg

Erika Weiberg är projektledare, arkeolog med fokus på bronsåldern i det egeiska området och ansvarig för de förhistoriska perioderna.

Läs mer om Erikas forskning på Academia.

Anton Bonnier

Anton Bonnier är klassisk arkeolog och antikhistoriker och ansvarig för de historiska perioderna.

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Martin Finné

Martin Finné är naturgeograf och palaeoklimatolog och ansvarig för miljö- och klimatdata.

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Jed Kaplan

Jed Kaplan är ledare för ARVE-gruppen, Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Land Use and Environmental Change, Institute of Anvironmental Change, University of Oxford och ansvarig för modelleringen inom projektet.

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Karin Holmgren

Karin Holmgren är professor i naturgeografi vid Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (SLU) och konsulterande palaeoklimatolog inom projektet.

Läs mer om Karins forskning på ResearchGate.

Relaterade projekt och organisationer

The project Late Quaternary climate variability and vegetation dynamics in southern Greece, Stockholm University works to elucidate climate and environmental conditions in several case-studies in the Peloponnese (Aghios Floros, Gialova lagoon, Lake Lerna) through sedmintological and playnological analyses.

The project Transformations in early Greek societies and landscapes aims to reconstruct environmental changes and their influence on the cultural development in the region around the Gulf of Corinth during the Bronze Age/Iron Age transition (12th to 8th century BCE) based on a complementary study of sedimentary and archaeological archives.

Changing the face of the Mediterranean project compare reconstructed trends in population and land use since the advent of Neolithic farming at a pan-Mediterranean scale and via regional case studies (one of which is Greece), to assess how demographic changes contributed to past and present land-use patterns.

Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO) is a Greek-Swedish cooperation and an important resource for the collection and interpretation of past and present environmental and climatic information from the Peloponnese.

The Integrated History and future of People on Earth (IHOPE) initiative is a global network of researchers and research projects that link human and Earth system history through the integration of knowledge and resources from the biophysical and the social sciences and the humanities.