The DYLAN workshop 2010 took place at the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo 4th and 5th of March. Around 25 scientists involved in the project participated. Representatives from the management (Statskog, Statens landbruksforvaltning og Riksantikvaren) joined the first day. Pdf-files of presentations could be downloaded here.
DYLAN Workshop Friday 4 March: Internal workshop for DYLAN-project members pdf
- 11.15-12.00 Cultural and natural heritage in relation to land use history and conservation philosophies in UK and Norway. Des Thompson & Gunnar Austrheim Introduction to WP3. pdf
- 12.00-13.00 Lunch at Café Europa
- 13.00-15.15 Natural and cultural heritage in upland conservation areas in Norway
- New results from our study-areas:
- Grimsdalen: Museum of Cultural History, Museum of Natural History, University of Oslo and Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU). pdf 1, pdf 2.
- Erdalen & Sunndalen: Bergen Museum, University of Bergen. pdf 1, pdf 2.
- Dividalen: Tromsø Museum, University of Tromsø. pdf.
- Budalen: Museum of Natural History and Archaeology, NTNU. pdf.
- 15.15-15.30 Coffee
- 15.30-15.45 Post doc. project.
- 15.45-16.10 Stakeholder perspectives and conservation philosophies.
- Terje Brattli, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet. Status WP2
- 16.10-16.30 Break
- 16.30-17.00 Land use in conservation areas. What do we need to know? Perspectives from the land owner. Tone Groeggen, Senior advisor, Statsskog. pdf.
- 17.00-17.30 Perspectives on public communication in DYLAN. How do we communicate research from DYLAN? Jo Høyer, External services (Formidling) at Bergen Museum. pdf.
- 19.30 Dinner at Cafe Europa
DYLAN Workshop Friday 5 March: Internal workshop for DYLAN-project members
08.30-09.00 Introduction to group discussions. Framework for further data collection, scientific reports and other dissemination.
09.00-11.00 Group discussions
- Archaeology & cultural history,
- Vegetation history,
11.00-12.00 Guided tour on KHM
12.00-13.00 Lunch at Café Europa
13.00-15.00. Presentation of the thematic group discussions and the multi-disciplinary discussions. What can we learn from each other to understand interactions between land use and environment as well as natural and cultural variability in a long term perspective?