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10. 11. 2016 - Week of Science and Technology

The lecture 'Man versus Nature' was held in the baroque refectory of the Dominican St. Giles monastery in Prague. Outcomes were presented from the Czech-Norwegian project HACIER, showing the impact of agriculture on ecosystems versus the impact of natural changes in the environment. The video of the lecture can be watched here.
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26. 9. 2016 - Field expedition - Yakutsk, Russia

Participation on the international conference „Paleolimnology of Northern Eurasia“, field investigations of thermokarst phenomena and vegetation, sampling lake sediments for the purpose of pollen analyses. Main goal was to study, for the purpose of the projects „Prior to the Neolithic“ and „HACIER“, recent analogies for periglacial environments of the Pleistocene period in Europe. (Photographs by Petr Pokorný and Jindra Prach.)
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23. 5. 2016 - Field excavations and sediment sampling for Quaternary research

Documentation and sampling of reference profiles for palaeobiological, isotopic and other analyses, in the aim of the Holocene palaeoclimatic reconstructions. Locations: Valča (Slovakia), the Broumov region, and Vladař. (Photographs by Jindra Prach a Petr Pokorný.)
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2. 9. 2015 - Field expedition Siberia

The expedition to south-western Siberia was realized in the frame of the project HACIER. Its goal was to collect the field data that will be used for the study of (macro)ecological patterns in natural and agricultural ecosystems of northern Eurasia. We have sampled data on vegetation, molluscs and about their basic traits. (Photographs by Petr Pokorný.)
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16. 4. 2014 - Field expedition to Zimbabwe and Botswana

The expedition to Zimbabwe and Botswana (7-31 March 2014) was a follow-up to our expedition in 2012, now focused on the easternmost, and thus most productive part of the west-east productivity gradient prominent in the southern part of Africa. Besides the study of changes of diversity of mammals, birds, and plants, we focused on the variation of insect abundance, sampled using light-trapping.
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