Titel REMAINS of Greenlnad Grad af anerkendelse International Medietype Fjernsyn Varighed/længde/størrelse 25 min Land/Område Danmark Dato 01/05/2018 Beskrivelse Climate change is leading to an accelerated destruction of archaeological sites in the Arctic. In this video researchers go to Greenland to learn more about what is happening to the frozen past.
Remains of Greenland is a co-operation between The National Museum of Denmark, The Greenland National Museum and Archives and Center for Permafrost (CENPERM) at University of Copenhagen and is built on the experiences of several previous collaborative projects.
The project group consists of a team of experienced researchers, young researchers and students. The project focuses on the Nuuk region in South West Greenland, which is the part of Greenland with the highest density and variety of archaeological sites and where the effects of climatic change are already visible.
Producer/forfatter Jørgen Hollesen & David Gregory Personer Jørgen Hollesen, David Gregory