Papers

 

Freitas, J. G. (2020). Making a Case for an Environmental History of Dunes. Anthropocenes – Human, Inhuman, Posthuman, 1(1): 5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/ahip.4

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Gaspar de Freitas, J. (2021). Contar histórias de dunas na escola: o litoral e as mudanças ambientais. Ambiente & Educação, 25(3), 224–250. https://doi.org/10.14295/ambeduc.v25i3.12473

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Supplement I: History & Supplement II: Geography

 

 

 

Sampath, R., Beattie, J. & Gaspar de Freitas, J. (2021). Managing coastal sand drift in the Anthropocene: A case study of the Manawatū-Whanganui Dune Field, New Zealand, 1800s-2020s. Environment & History. Preprint (29/June/2021)

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Palma, M., Dias, J.A. & Gaspar de Freitas, J. (2021). It’s not only the sea: a history of human intervention in the beach-dune ecosystem of Costa da Caparica (Portugal). Journal of Integrated Coastal Zone Management. 21 (4): 227-247. DOI 10.5894/rgci-n432

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Tudor, M., Ramos-Pereira, A., & Gaspar de Freitas, J. (2021). CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIONS AS DRIVERS FOR AEOLIAN ACTIVITY DURING THE LAST MILLENNIUM IN SOUTH-WESTERN EUROPE: Um caso de estudo da costa portuguesa. Finisterra, 56(118), 25–50. https://doi.org/10.18055/Finis21158

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Gaspar de Freitas, J. (2022). Dune(s): Fiction, history, and science on the Oregon coast. The Anthropocene Review, 9(3), 443–461. https://doi.org/10.1177/20530196211056814

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Lectures

 

At the “CONCHA 2nd Workshop – Sea and Animals: History, Culture and Marine Conservation”, Lisbon 21-23 October 2019: 

Freitas, Joana. (2019). Between the land and the sea: dunes as natural and cultural heritage.

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At “EGU General Assembly 2020 (online)”

Sampath, Dissanayake & Freitas, Joana. (2020). A DPSIR analysis of aeolian sand dune mobilization along the coast of Manawatu-Wanganui in New Zealand. 10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-19785.

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Story Maps

 

“Dune(s): Fiction, History and Science”, February 2021

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“The Sand of Caparica”, March 2021

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There is also a portuguese version: PT Storymap Link

 

 

Blogs

 

Joana Gaspar de Freitas wrote “Coastal dunes as historical subjects” in the blog of Port Towns & Urban Cultures (June 2020):

The Coastal History Blog 49: Coastal dunes as historical subjects

 

 

Monique Palma wrote “LIKE A GRAIN OF SAND” in the Environmental History Now Blog (April 2021):

Like A Grain Of Sand

 

Joana Gaspar de Freitas wrote “Plants, dunes and people: coasts as entangled environments” in the Reseed Project Blog (July 2021):

Plants, dunes and people: coasts as entangled environments

 

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme
(Grant agreement nº802918)