Combining Past and Present to apprehend an uncertain Future: How can we better integrate Zooarchaeology and modern Ecology?

Combining Past and Present to apprehend an uncertain Future: How can we better integrate Zooarchaeology and modern Ecology?
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This workshop aims to develop and strengthen an interdisciplinary network between the School of Geosciences and the School of Biological Sciences.

The day includes presentations about how studies in Ecology and Paleoecology can benefit from and integrate the approaches of both fields and also discussion and debate exploring the potential for forming new hybrid research interests in archaeology and biology. Topics will include climate change, species distributions, evolution, and animal-human relationships.

This event is free to attend with refreshments and lunch provided.  Delegates are restricted to 30 people and is open to PhD students, early career researchers, and senior researchers in Ecology and Archaeology.

You can register by emailing Dr Mael Le Corre including your name, academic position and research discipline.

 

Venue
The Sir Duncan Rice Library - Seminar Room 224
Contact

Dr Mael Le Corre

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