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In Science - Podcast | Prof. Mike Dee

08 December 2021
Reconstructed Viking-Age building adjacent to the site of L’Anse aux Meadows | image credit: Russ Heinl aerial photography
Reconstructed Viking-Age building adjacent to the site of L’Anse aux Meadows | image credit: Russ Heinl aerial photography

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Episode 31: Vikings in the Americas 1000 years ago - Mike Dee

Our guest this episode is Mike Dee. He's an associate professor of Isotope Chronology at our Centre of Isotope Research. Wim, Tina and Arjen interview him on how he and Margot Kuitems were able to show that Europeans were already active in the Americas in 1021 AD.

Guest: prof. dr. Mike Dee
Hosts: Wim Brons, Tina Kretschmer and Arjen Dijkstra

Last modified:11 January 2022 3.53 p.m.

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