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Landscape Systems and Human Land-Use Interactions in Mediterranean Highlands and Littoral Plains during the Late Holocene: Integrated Analysis from the InterAmbAr Project (North-Eastern Catalonia)

AuthorsPalet, Josep M.; Julià Brugués, Ramón ; Riera, Santiago; Ejarque, Ana; Orengo, Hèctor A.; Miras, Yannick; Garcia, Arnau; Allée, Philippe; Reed, J. M.; Marco, Javier; Marqués, Maria Angels; Furdada, Glòria; Montaner, Jordi
Issue Date2012
PublisherExzellenzclusters Topoi
CitationeTopoi Journal for Ancient Studies 3: 305- 310 (2012)
AbstractThe main goal of the InterAmbAr reseach project is to analyze the relationships between landscape systems and human land-use strategies on mountains and littoral plains from a long-term perspective. The study adopts a high resolution analysis of small-scale study areas located in the Mediterranean region of north-eastern Catalonia. The study areas are distributed along an altitudinal transect from the high mountain (above 2000m a.s.l.) to the littoral plain of Empordà (Fig. 1). High resolution interdisciplinary research has been carried out from 2010, based on the integration of palaeoenvironmental and archaeological data. The micro-scale approach is used to understand human-environmental relationships. It allows better understanding of the local-regional nature of environmental changes and the synergies between catchment-based systems, hydro-sedimentary regimes, human mobility, land-uses, human environments, demography, etc.
Publisher version (URL)http://journal.topoi.org/index.php/etopoi/article/view/130/151
Identifiersissn: 2192-2608
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