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Title: Response to late Bronze Age climate change of farming communities in north east Scotland
Author(s): Tipping, Richard
Davies, Althea
McCulloch, Robert
Tisdall, Eileen
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Keywords: Bronze Age
climate change
Climate changing Scotland
Forests and forestry Scotland History
Paleoecology Scotland
Archaeological geology
Bronze age Scotland
Issue Date: Aug-2008
Date Deposited: 11-Jun-2009
Citation: Tipping R, Davies A, McCulloch R & Tisdall E (2008) Response to late Bronze Age climate change of farming communities in north east Scotland. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35 (8), pp. 2379-2386.
Abstract: Pollen analyses are presented spanning the Bronze and Iron Ages at two sites within one river catchment in north east Scotland, one upland and one lowland site, to test the hypothesis that subsistence agricultural communities relocated their activities in response to major climatic deterioration at the end of the Bronze Age. Such responses were identified, involving the probable cessation of arable farming around the upland site and increases in the intensity of anthropogenic impacts around the lowland site. These changes are consistent with a model that posits a restructuring of agricultural activities, but are not considered indicative of settlement abandonment in the face of climatic stress.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.jas.2008.03.008
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