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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Landscapes of Settlement in Northern Iceland: Historical Ecology of Human Impact and Climate Fluctuation on the Millennial Scale
Authors: McGovern, Thomas H
Vésteinsson, Orr
Friđriksson, Adol
Church, Mike J
Lawson, Ian
Simpson, Ian
Einarsson, Arni
Dugmore, Andrew J
Cook, Gordon
Perdikaris, Sophia
Edwards, Kevin J
Thomson, Amanda M
Adderley, W Paul
Newton, Anthony
Lucas, Gavin
Edvardsson, Ragnar
Aldred, Oscar
Dunbar, Elaine
Keywords: Iceland
sustainability
historical ecology
paleoecology
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Citation: McGovern TH, Vésteinsson O, Friđriksson A, Church MJ, Lawson I, Simpson I, Einarsson A, Dugmore AJ, Cook G, Perdikaris S, Edwards KJ, Thomson AM, Adderley WP, Newton A, Lucas G, Edvardsson R, Aldred O & Dunbar E (2007) Landscapes of Settlement in Northern Iceland: Historical Ecology of Human Impact and Climate Fluctuation on the Millennial Scale, American Anthropologist, 109 (1), pp. 27-5
Abstract: Early settlement in the North Atlantic produced complex interactions of culture and nature. A sustained program of interdisciplinary collaboration focused on ninth- to 13th-century sites and landscapes in the highland interior lake basin of Myvatn in Iceland and to contribute a long-term perspective to larger issues of sustainable resource use, soil erosion, and the historical ecology of global change.
DOI Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1525/AA.2007.109.1.27
Rights: Published by American Anthropological Association, copyright 2007

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