Welcome to AARD 2017 We are pleased to invite you to the 2017 African Archaeology Research Day (AARD) meeting, which will be hosted on Saturday 25 November at the Department of Archaeology, University of York. The African Archaeology Research Day has been an annual event in the UK since 2002 and the first meeting held […]
Tackling climate and environmental changes The aim of this grant is to allow researchers the freedom to identify the research idea, methods and implementation steps, and to solve a specific research task within a limited period of time. This call is jointly funded by the Swedish Research Council and Sida through the development aid funds […]
Claudia Capitani Nelson Mendela Advanced Institute for Science and Technology, Arusha, Tanzania and York Institute for Tropical Ecosystems, Environment Department, University of York, UK Biography Starting as a biologist with a strong interest in wildlife conservation, throughout my professional career I have developed a multidisciplinary background including land use modelling, policy impact assessment and human […]
Kimana wetlands in Kenya near the Tanzanian border that have been recently converted to agricultural use. The Vetenskapsrådet (VR, Swedish Research Council) in association with Sida and Formas has funded a multiyear project titled ‘Adaptation & Resilience to Climate Change‘ that runs parallel and has overlapping focal areas to the REAL project. The grant forms […]
Position: Professor Address: York Institute for Tropical Ecosystems Environment Department University of York Heslington York YO10 5DD United Kingdom Email: email@example.com Website: Departmental website
Position: Professor of Global Archaeology Address: Institute for Archaeology and Ancient History Uppsala Universitet Box 626 751 26 Uppsala Sweden Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Uppsala University website Role in REAL Paul Lane is the project coordinator and supervises the work of Nik Petek and Anna Shoemaker.
[Biography] [KITE at York] [Publications] [Contact Info] [Twitter] Biography: I use sediment stratigraphies to reconstruct past environmental conditions using sedimentological and palaeoecological methods. By studying the past we can start to understand how ecosystems will respond to future climatic and land-use changes and other anthropogenic effects. My recent research interest focuses on characterising past climatic, […]