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Anthropogenic heathlands: disturbance ecologies and the social organisation of past super-resilient landscapes

Article published by Cambridge University Press by Mette Løvschal.

2021.05.19 | Julie Kampe Ziska

Abstract

Focusing on the North European heathlands, this project investigates how self-organised communities in the past established large-scale grazing regimes. By considering changes in their particular forms of disturbance, exhaustion, autonomy and collaboration, the author envisages a new archaeology of emergent multispecies entanglements across a deep-time scale.

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Løvschal, M. (2021): Anthropogenic heathlands: Disturbance ecologies and the social organisation of past super-resilient landscapes. Antiquity, 1-6.

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