Björn Nilsson
Björn Nilsson
PhD, Researcher Lund university
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Arkeologins publika relation: en kritisk rannsakning
B Nilsson, H Karlsson
Bricoleur Press, 2001
A submerged Mesolithic lagoonal landscape in the Baltic Sea, south-eastern Sweden–Early Holocene environmental reconstruction and shore-level displacement based on a multiproxy …
A Hansson, B Nilsson, A Sjöström, S Björck, S Holmgren, H Linderson, ...
Quaternary International 463, 110-123, 2018
People, lakes and seashores: Studies from the Baltic Sea basin and adjacent areas in the early and Mid-Holocene
D Groß, A Zander, A Boethius, S Dreibrodt, O Grøn, A Hansson, C Jessen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 185, 27-40, 2018
‘Rulers’ of southern Sweden: technological aspects of a rediscovered tool
A Sjöström, B Nilsson
Oxbow Books, 2009
Tingens och tankarnas landskap: försök i naturumgängets arkeologi med exempel ur Blekinges och Smålands förflutna
B Nilsson
Acta Archaeologica Lundensia. Series in 8° 44, 2003
An archaeology of material stories. Dioramas as illustration and the desire of a thingless archaeology
B Nilsson
Archaeological Dialogues 14 (1), 27-30, 2007
Arkeologiska världar
B Nilsson, E Rudebeck
Arkeologienheten, Malmö museer, 2010
Shoreline displacement and human resource utilization in the southern Baltic Basin coastal zone during the early Holocene: New insights from a submerged Mesolithic landscape in …
A Hansson, S Björck, K Heger, S Holmgren, H Linderson, O Magnell, ...
The Holocene 28 (5), 721-737, 2018
Seascapes of stability and change: the archaeological and ecological potential of the early mesolithic seascapes with examples from Haväng in SE Baltic, Sweden
B Nilsson, A Sjöström, P Persson
The early sttlement of Northern Europe 1, 335-352, 2018
Assessing the damage of an archaeological site: New contributions from the combination of image-based 3D modelling techniques and GIS
G Landeschi, B Nilsson, N Dell’Unto
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 10, 431-440, 2016
Archaeology and the unstoppable excavation machine. A Swedish point of view
B Nilsson
Archaeological dialogues 18 (1), 26, 2011
Going back, looking forward: reflexive archaeology or reflexive method
Å Berggren, B Nilsson
Integrating Çatalhöyük: themes from the 2008, 55-68, 2000
Joint explorations of the sunken past: examples of maritime archaeological collaboration between industry and academia in the Baltic
J Holmlund, B Nilsson, J Rönnby
Under the Sea: Archaeology and Palaeolandscapes of the Continental Shelf, 53-63, 2017
To Dwell in the Centre of the Vorld
B Nilsson, P Skoglund
Lund archaeological review 6, 43–60-43–60, 2000
Early Holocene landscape development and Baltic Sea history based on high-resolution bathymetry and lagoonal sediments in the Hanö bay, southern Sweden
A Hansson, S Björck, H Linderson, M Rundgren, B Nilsson, A Sjöström, ...
Under the sea: Archaeology and palaeolandscapes of the continental shelf …, 2017
Ån på havets botten: geologisk bakgrund och arkeologisk framtid för Havängsundersökningarna
B Nilsson, A Sjöström
Österlent 1, 19-21, 2013
Arkeologiska och förhistoriska världar: fält, erfarenheter och stenåldersplatser i sydvästra Skåne
B Nilsson, E Rudebeck
Malmö museer, 2010
A new early Holocene shoreline displacement record for Blekinge, southern Sweden, and implications for underwater archaeology
A Hansson, D Hammarlund, G Landeschi, A Sjöström, B Nilsson
Boreas 48 (1), 57-71, 2019
Sorbus aucuparia or extremely red Rowanberries? Some naive reflections on archaeology, palaeo-ecology and the non-scientific dimensions of a scientific landscape
B Nilsson
Oxbow Books, 2000
Knowledge from the ancient sea–a long-term perspective of human impact on aquatic life in Mesolithic Scandinavia
A Boethius, KA Bergsvik, B Nilsson
The Holocene 30 (5), 632-645, 2020
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