Mesolithic hunter-gatherer populations did not significantly affect vegetation composition in Fennoscandia, and climate was the main driver of changes at that time.
Agricultural communities, however, had greater effect on vegetation dynamics, and the role of human population size became a more important factor during the late Holocene.
Nel 1988 tre laboratori datarono al radiocarbonio il tessuto della Sindone.
L’esito fu un intervallo di date fra il 1260 e il 1390, in perfetto accordo con i dati storici che vedono la prima comparsa della Sindone attorno al 1350. more Nel 1988 tre laboratori datarono al radiocarbonio il tessuto della Sindone.
These dates and associated ceramic sherds provide a chronological and stylistic link to other islands with post-Lapita pottery and is an important step for understanding the human occupational history of the island, as well as filling a data gap in the Western Solomons.
Previous radiocarbon dating placed this sequence of burial and occupation at c.
In general, fires explain a relatively low proportion of variation.
Human population size has significant effect on vegetation dynamics after the onset of farming and explains the highest variation in vegetation in S Sweden and SW Finland.
Our results demonstrate that climate can be considered the main driver of long-term vegetation dynamics in Fennoscandia.
However, in some regions the influence of human population size on Holocene vegetation changes exceeded that of climate and has a longevity dating to the early Neolithic.
The Symposium will include a full range of academic sessions, invited lectures, social events, and field trips within and beyond Athens. Nella quarta di copertina del suo libro (scritto assieme al giornalista Saverio Gaeta) "Il mistero...