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Internet Archaeology: Issue 60 (2022)

Climate Change and Archaeology. EAC symposium proceedings

Climate Change and Archaeology. Introduction

Hannah Fluck and Kate Guest

Cite this as: Fluck, H. and Guest, K. 2022 Climate Change and Archaeology. An Introduction, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.1

Impacts of Climate Change on Coastal Archaeological Sites in County Kerry, Ireland

Fergus McCormick and Melissa Nicolas

Cite this as: McCormick, F. and Nicolas, M. 2022 Impacts of Climate Change on Coastal Archaeological Sites in County Kerry, Ireland, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.2

Developing Climate Risk Assessments for World Heritage: the Climate Vulnerability Index

Rebecca H. Jones, Mairi H. Davies, Jon C. Day and Scott F. Heron

Cite this as: Jones, R.H., Davies, M.H., Day, J.C. and Heron, S.F. 2022 Developing Climate Risk Assessments for World Heritage: the Climate Vulnerability Index, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.3

The Guadalperal Dolmen (Cáceres, Spain). Archaeological and heritage protection interventions on an artificially submerged archaeological site which resurfaces

Ángel José Villa Gonz├ílez

Cite this as: Villa González, A.J. 2022 The Guadalperal Dolmen (Cáceres, Spain). Archaeological and heritage protection interventions on an artificially submerged archaeological site which resurfaces, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.4

Postglacial Black Sea Level Rising, Urban Development and Adaptation of Historic Places. The case study of the city-peninsula of Nesebar (Bulgaria)

Hristo Preshlenov

Cite this as: Preshlenov, H. 2022 Postglacial Black Sea Level Rising, Urban Development and Adaptation of Historic Places. The case-study of the city-peninsula of Nesebar (Bulgaria), Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.5

Using Cultural Heritage and Historical Analyses for Current and Future Problems With Too Much or Too Little Water

Ellen Vreenegoor and Menne Kosian

Cite this as: Vreenegoor, E. and Kosian, M. 2022 Using Cultural Heritage and Historical Analyses for Current and Future Problems With Too Much or Too Little Water, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.6

Researching Change - Understanding Change - Facing Change. 3500 years of human-environment relations in the Hallstatt/Dachstein region

Kerstin Kowarik, Daniel Brandner, Kerstin P. Hofmann, Michael Strasser and Hans Reschreiter

Cite this as: Kowarik, K., Brandner, D., Hofmann, K., Strasser, M. and Reschreiter, H. 2022 Researching Change - Understanding Change - Facing Change. 3500 years of human-environment relations in the Hallstatt/Dachstein region, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.7

Integrating Climate Change into Protection Policies in Greece

Elena Kountouri, Constantina Benissi and Sofia Spyropoulou

Cite this as: Kountouri, E., Benissi, C. and Spyropoulou, S. 2022 Integrating Climate Change into Protection Policies in Greece, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.8

Archaeological Heritage as a Sustainer of Biodiversity

Ulla Kadakas

Cite this as: Kadakas, U. 2022 Archaeological Heritage as a Sustainer of Biodiversity, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.9

Heritage Responds - Taking Positive Actions on Climate Change

Rob Woodside and Suzanne Huggett-Jones

Cite this as: Woodside, R. and Huggett-Jones, S. 2022 Heritage Responds - Taking Positive Actions on Climate Change, Internet Archaeology 60. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.60.10

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