Geoarchaeology must be considered as a multi disciplinary approach. It employs techniques and methods from Human Sciences and Geosciences in order to reconstruct the landscape evolution at different geographical scales in areas rich with archaeological evidence for human settlements and activity.
The evidences for inter-relationships between human impacts and the processes of landscape changes during the late Quaternary are the focus for this session and will be discussed. Abstracts (oral and poster) presenting original data are encouraged and there are no restrictions over the geographical coverage. Proceedings for the session will be published in a special volume of an international journal.