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**How Mediterranean coastal ecosystems and climatic changes have affected settlement and subsistence patterns during the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition ?** ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Studying **past human adaptation in coastal zones** is a key research topic to understand p**rocesses of economic intensification** and **human resilience** to environmental change. We propose to reconstruct the evolution of coastal landscapes around a well-known Mesolithic settlement area through the multi-proxy analysis of sediment cores in the Mediterranean Spain. The objectives are: - the reconstruction of environmental changes through geomorphological and sedimentological in a well-constrain chronology, - the identification of vegetation cover changes through the analysis of pollen and charcoal, - the evaluation of ecosystems services and vulnerability to human pressures through a comparison of the inferred palaeoenvironment with archaeological datasets.
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