Pioneers in a changing world – investigating the elusive settlement and mobility patterns of north European hunter-gather groups from the end of the last Ice Age

Late Pleistocene hunter-gatherer groups had to cope with extensive climatic changes. When glaciers melted and water levels rose, large areas were flooded. Familiar landscapes disappeared whereas other areas were slowly made available for colonization. Human groups exploiting these pristine territories were few and their settlements scant. Tracking the movements of these elusive pioneers requires the collaborative effort of several scientific disciplines.

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