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Dylan workshop in Bergen 10 and 11 March

By Gunnar Austrheim
Foto: Siri Jansen

The DYLAN workshop 2011 took place at Bergen Museum, University of Bergen 10th and 11th of March. Around 30 scientists involved in the project participated.  Pdf-files of some presentations could be downloaded here.

DYLAN Workshop 10-11 March 2011
Bergen Museum, University of Bergen
Historisk kafe, De naturhistoriske samlinger
• 10.00-10.30 Arrival/coffee/tea at Bergen Museum.
• 10.30-10.45 Introduction Natural and cultural heritage in upland conservation
areas in Norway. Results from our study-areas (60 min.-90 min. presentations,
including discussions).
• 10.45-12.15 Grimsdalen: Museum of Cultural History, Museum of Natural History,
University of Oslo and Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU)
• 12.15-13.00 Lunch at Krypten, De kulturhistoriske samlinger
• 13.00-14.30 Dividalen: Tromsø Museum, University of Tromsø. Read the pdf here.
• 14.30-16.00 Erdalen & Sunndalen: Bergen Museum, University of Bergen
• 16.00-16.15 Coffee/tea
• 16.15-17.45 Budalen: NTNU Museum of Natural History and Archaeology. Read the pdf here
• 17.45-18.15 Discussion of results from all study areas
• 19.30 Dinner in town

DYLAN Workshop Friday 11 March: Internal workshop for DYLAN-project
08.30-09.00 WP 3. Cultural and natural heritage in relation to land use history and
conservation philosophies in UK and Norway. Comparative study UK – Norway. James
Speed, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet Des Thompson & Gunnar Austrheim. Read the pdf here
09.00-09.45 Post doc. project: Per Sjøgren. Read the pdf here
10.00 Introduction to group discussions. Framework for scientific reports, international papers and
other dissemination.
10.15-12.00 Group discussions
• Archaeology & cultural history,
• Vegetation history,
• Biodiversity
12.00-13.00 Lunch at Krypten, De kulturhistoriske samlinger
13.00-14.00 Guided tour at Bergen Museum
14.00-15.00. Presentation of the thematic group discussions and the multi-disciplinary
15.00-15.15 Coffee
15.15-16.00 Conclusions