I work as an assistant at the National laboratory of wood anatomy and dendrochronology where I work in the project Old Wood in a New Light, financed by RJ. The project is a joint venture between the dendrochronological laboratories at Lund, Alnarp, Gothenburg and Stockholm together with the Environmental Archeaology laboratory at Umeå University. We will digitize the dendrochronological archives and make it available for continued research in the SEAD (Strategic Environmental Archeology Database) database www.sead.se.
During 2021 I am also a part of the Gribshunden project hosted at the institution of archaeology and ancient history where I will perform dendrochronological analyses from findings from the Gribshunden shipwreck. The ship belonged to the Danish King Hans and sank outside the coastline of Blekinge in 1495 when the king was on his way to Kalmar to meet Sten Sture the Elder. This project is financed by the Crafoord foundation.
I defended my PhD in June 2018 at the department of Geology. My thesis concerns an early Holocene (12,000-8000 years ago) submerged landscape at Haväng in the Baltic Sea. The submerged landscape consists of rooted trees, organic sediments and archaeological artefacts suggests that the water level in the Baltic Sea was once lower than at present. In my PhD project I explored this area with multiple methods in order to better understand the Baltic Sea development during the early Holocene and to create an environmental reconstruction of the area.
Summary of the Haväng research: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlXINtU2EzA
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