HUMan-ANimal Relations Under Climate Change in NORthern Eurasia (HUMANOR)

  • School of Geosciences, Meston Building, Old Aberdeen

    AB24 3UE Aberdeen

    United Kingdom

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Earth & Environmental Sciences

Medieval
midden
domestication
shellfish
sand
magnetic susceptibility
goat
resource
traditional knowledge
archaeological evidence
animal
famine
introgression
occupation
biomarker
resource use
embankment
economic activity
genetic differentiation
population genetics
surveying
seasonality
shell
pasture
phosphate
archaeology
natural barrier
landscape history
pastoralism
animal husbandry
climate change
soil chemistry
field method
sampling
horse
history
ideology
mining industry
economics
lipid
river
sheep
gene flow
skin
gold
blood
chronology
dwelling
gene
lake
nomadic people
soil survey
geophysical survey

Social Sciences

Siberia
Iceland
animal
Arctic
farm
twentieth century
attribution
ethnography
form of domination
electronics
infrastructure
Russian language
narrative
occupation
interpretation
resources
subsistence economy
history
metaphor
readership
Scandinavia
autonomy
evidence
worldview
documentation
ecology
museum
modernization

Arts & Humanities

Siberia
Iceland
Arctic