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Forsker/paleobotaniker
Dawn Elise Mooney { "honorific-suffix": "Forsker/paleobotaniker", "fn": "Dawn Elise Mooney", "tel": "Telefon: 51834073", "email": "dawn.e.mooney@uis.no" }

Avdeling/enhet Arkeologisk museum
Institutt/senter Avdeling fornminner
Rom AM A-318

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Forskningsområder

Human-environment interactions in marginal environments

The archaeology of wild and non-food plants

Remote resources in Viking Age subsistence strategies

Scientific approaches to the provenancing of archaeological wood remains

Utvalgte publikasjoner

Mooney, D.E. 2017. Does the Marine Signature of Driftwood Persist in the Archaeological Record? A Case Study from Iceland. Environmental Archaeology. DOI: 10.1080/14614103.2017.1377404

Mooney, D.E. 2016. Examining possible driftwood use in Viking Age Icelandic boats. Norwegian Archaeological Review 49(2): 156-176.

Mooney, D.E. 2016. A North Atlantic island signature in timber exploitation: evidence from wooden artefact assemblages from Viking Age and Medieval Iceland. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 7: 280-289.

Mooney, D.E. 2016. An archaeobotanical perspective on wooden artefacts from Medieval Reykjavík. In Broderick, L., Grau, I. and Jervis, B. (Ed.) Objects, Environment and Everyday Life in Medieval Europe. Turnhout: Brepols. Pp. 41-66.

Sygrove, J., Allen, M.J., Barber, L., Clifford, T., Doherty, A., Forsyth, H., Le Hégarat, K., Mooney, D.E. & Ponce, P. 2016. Whitehawk Camp: The Impact of a Modern City?s Expansion on a Neolithic Causewayed Enclosure, and a Reassessment of the Site and its Surviving Archive. Sussex Archaeological Collections 154: 45-66.

Mooney, D.E. 2015. Charcoal. In Hart, D. (Ed.) Around the Ancient Track: Archaeological excavations for the Brighton & Hove Waste Water Treatment Works and adjacent housing at Peacehaven, East Sussex. Portslade: SpoilHeap Publications. Pp. 262-271.

Trbojevic, N., Mooney, D.E.  & Bell, A. 2011. A Firewood Experiment at Eiríksstaðir: A Step Towards Quantifying the Use of Firewood for Daily Household Needs in Viking Age Iceland. Archaeologia Islandica 9: 29-40.

Pågående forskning

Current Projects and Working Groups:


SANNA: Social Archaeology of the North and North Atlantic


Expanding Horizons: Complex Subsistence Strategies in the North Atlantic


PlantWild: EAA Community on the Archaeology of Wild Plants

Arbeidserfaring

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner (fra CRISTin)

  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2018). Provenancing wood in the North Atlantic.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2017). Industry, craft or agriculture? Exploring the potential uses of seaweed in the Norse North Atlantic. 2017-08-30 - 2017-09-02.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2017). Industry, craft or agriculture? Exploring the potential uses of seaweed in the Norse North Atlantic - the 'Director's Cut'. 2017-09-06 - 2017-09-07.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2016). Driftwood in Icelandic literary, documentary and archaeological sources. 2016-04-27 - 2016-04-30.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2016). Timber procurement and utilisation in Norse Iceland and Greenland. 2016-08-28 - 2016-09-02.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2016). Transport for the living and the dead: an exploration of wood remains from Icelandic boat graves.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2016). Wood and woodlands in Icelandic literary, documentary and archaeological sources. 2016-04-14 - 2016-04-16.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2016). Woodland conservation and control in Norse Iceland. 2016-08-28 - 2016-09-02.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2015). Heat and Light: Fuelling the fires of early Iceland. 2015-03-13 - 2015-03-14.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2015). Identifying driftwood in the medieval North Atlantic. 2015-09-02 - 2015-09-05.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2015). Pillaging the Forests? Towards a better understanding of wood utilisation in Viking Age and Medieval Iceland.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2013). Evidence for Conservation and Exaggeration? Comparing Evidence for Icelandic Woodlands in Literary, Documentary and Archaeological Sources. 2013-02-08 - 2013-02-09.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2012). Combs, casks and kitchenware: an archaeobotanical perspective on wooden artefacts from medieval Reykjavík. 2012-08-30 - 2012-09-01.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise (2012). Getting from A to 'Beyond': Telling the Story of Icelandic Boat Graves through Mineralised Wood Remains.
  • Mooney, Dawn Elise; Milek, Karen (2011). The Utilisation and Control of Wood Resources in Viking Age and Early Medieval Iceland. 2011-10-28 - 2011-10-30.