Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen receives Geography talent prize for his PhD thesis
Former CENPERM PhD student Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen has received one of the Geography talent prizes 2020 from the Royal Danish Geographical Society.
In his PhD thesis, Rasmus investigated the impacts of climate change on archeological sites in Greenland, by combining drone imagery and in situ measurements. The investigations contribute to an inventory of climate change threats to archaeological sites in the Arctic area.
Rasmus did his PhD research under supervision of Bo Elberling, Jørgen Hollesen and Aart Kroon, and defended his PhD thesis on 18 May 2020.
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