Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Compté
Élia has just started (in 2021) her PhD at the University of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté (Besançon), dealing with environmental archaeology in the Arctic. She is working on different kinds of natural archives cored nearby Inuit and Norse archaeological sites. The objective of her research is to characterize the vegetation history, and to detect anthropogenic indicators. She is working on pollen data, micro-charcoals, and other environmental proxies, to precise interactions between societies (farmers and hunters) and environment during the last millennium in Greenland and Canadian coasts.
Environmental archaeology, palynology, interaction between societies and environment, climate change, farming impacts, Norse, Inuit, Greenland, Canadian Coasts