Black Death mortality was not as widespread as previously thought
New research involving the University of Plymouth shows the Black Death had a devastating impact in some regions of Europe – however, parts of the continent experienced little or no effect
University of Plymouth research project: Deforesting Europe: a pollen-based reconstruction of Holocene land cover change.
Changing the face of the Mediterranean
University of Plymouth research project: Changing the face of the Mediterranean: land cover and population since the advent of farming.
Pollenize case study
Case study highlighting how the Plymouth Materials Characterisation Project (PMCP) has benefited Pollenize.
Researchers join €10m project examining cultural and climate change across Europe
Dr Jessie Woodbridge and Professor Ralph Fyfe, from the University of Plymouth, will contribute data essential to understanding how past populations interacted with their landscapes
Scientists use historical data for assessment of human impacts on biodiversity
Funded by the Leverhulme Trust, researchers at the University of Plymouth hope to compile the first ever comprehensive database of both land use change and its impact on plant and insect life