EvoCave lecture in Narvik

22 September 2023

Thursday 21st of September, EvoCave researchers Sanne Boessenkool and Trond Klungseth Lødøen held two lectures during the National Science week in Norway in Narvik; one at UiT in Narvik and one at Narvik Library.

To menn og en kvinne står foran et lerret med powerpointpresentasjon med teksten "EvoCave prosjektet grotter som kilde til ny kunnskap"
Jon Framnes introduced the lecture.

EvoCave is a research project that explores the caves in Kjøpsvik, to find out what the cave systems hide of past lives and history.

The project’s goal is to investigate 122,000 years of fauna diversity at high latitudes using paleozoology, archaeology, paleoecology and ancient DNA.

Read more about the project HERE

Mann og kvinne står foran lerret med powerpointpresentasjon som viser bilde fra en grotte, med beinrester

En gruppe mennesker står sammen og snakker etter foredraget
Mann ser på sedimenter i små poser

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