Opening Event, September 23, 6.00-7.30pm
From Model to Impact: Reconstruction of Past Climate Changes and Their Consequences
Modern archaeology examines all facets of human life. This also includes the effects of climate changes on the environmental conditions in which people lived in the past, and which they also influenced. After an introduction by Friederike Fless, president of the German Archaeological Institute, experts from the Free University Berlin, Kiel University, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum and the German Archaeological Institute open the discussion about climate changes and their impact on past societies.
Opening and Introduction: Professor Friederike Fless (German Archaeological Institute)
Professor Hans-Rudolf Bork (Kiel University)
Dr Michèle Dinies (Free University Berlin)
Professor Detlef Gronenborn (Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum)
Professor Pavel Tarasov (Free University Berlin)
Moderated by Volkart Wildermuth
For more information check the conference website: http://www.konferenz.archernet.org/
Information on participating / attending:
Watch the events on Zoom. Please register for each event by following the link in the programme:
09/23/2020 18:00 - 09/23/2020 19:30
Journalists, Scientists and scholars
History / archaeology, Oceanology / climate
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event66927
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