Anton Hansson
Anton Hansson
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A submerged Mesolithic lagoonal landscape in the Baltic Sea, south-eastern Sweden–Early Holocene environmental reconstruction and shore-level displacement based on a multiproxy …
A Hansson, B Nilsson, A Sjöström, S Björck, S Holmgren, H Linderson, ...
Quaternary International 463, 110-123, 2018
302018
Multiannual hydrological responses in Scots pine radial growth within raised bogs in southern Sweden
J Edvardsson, A Hansson
Silva Fennica 49 (4), 1-14, 2015
142015
People, lakes and seashores: Studies from the Baltic Sea basin and adjacent areas in the early and Mid-Holocene
D Groß, A Zander, A Boethius, S Dreibrodt, O Grøn, A Hansson, C Jessen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 185, 27-40, 2018
132018
Shoreline displacement and human resource utilization in the southern Baltic Basin coastal zone during the early Holocene: New insights from a submerged Mesolithic landscape in …
A Hansson, S Björck, K Heger, S Holmgren, H Linderson, O Magnell, ...
The Holocene 28 (5), 721-737, 2018
102018
Early Holocene landscape development and Baltic Sea history based on high-resolution bathymetry and lagoonal sediments in the Hanö bay, southern Sweden
A Hansson, S Björck, H Linderson, M Rundgren, B Nilsson, A Sjöström, ...
Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf …, 2017
52017
Torvstratigrafisk studie av en trädstamshorisont i Viss mosse, centrala Skåne, kring 4 000-3 000 cal BP med avseende på klimat-och vattenståndsförändringar
A Hansson
Examensarbeten i geologi vid Lunds universitet, 2011
32011
Submerged Landscapes in the Hanö Bay: Early Holocene shoreline displacement and human environments in the southern Baltic Basin
A Hansson
Lund University, 2018
12018
A dendroclimatic study at Store Mosse, South Sweden: climatic and hydrologic impacts on recent Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris) growth dynamics
A Hansson
Dissertations in Geology at Lund University, 2013
12013
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