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Anton Hansson

I work as an assistant in the national laboratory for wood anatomy and dendrochronology where I work with dating of wood from archaeological excavations and historical buildings. I am also responsible for the digitizing of the analog archive of the laboratory.

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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E-mail: anton [dot] hansson [at] geol [dot] lu [dot] se

Laboratory assistant

Quaternary Sciences

+46 73 424 98 21

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Sölvegatan 12, Lund

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