I am an archaeologist with a particular interest in wetlands. My main research topics concern Stone Age wetland archaeology, fishery studies, waterlogged wood, detection of paludified and submerged sites, and archaeological prospection with, e.g., archaeogeophysics and LiDAR. I am a docent in wetland archaeology at the University of Turku, Finland, and, currently, I work at Museum Lolland-Falster, Denmark, on a project (SylFish) concentrating on the Stone Age fishing techniques in the prehistoric Syltholm Fjord area in southern Lolland.
Butler, D. H., Koivisto, S., Brumfeld, V., & Shahack-Gross, R.
(2019). Early Evidence for Northern Salmonid Fisheries Discovered using Novel Mineral Proxies. Scientific reports, 9(1), 1-12.
Koivisto, S., Latvakoski, N., & Perttola, W. (2018). Out of the
peat: Preliminary geophysical prospection and evaluation of the
mid Holocene stationary wooden fishing structures in Haapajärvi,
Finland. Journal of Field Archaeology, 43(3), 166-180.
Groß, D., Zander, A., Boethius, A., Dreibrodt, S., Grøn, O., Hansson, A., Koivisto, S., Jessen, K. & Nilsson, B. (2018). People, lakes and seashores: Studies from the Baltic Sea basin and adjacent areas in the early and Mid-Holocene. Quaternary Science Reviews, 185, 27-40.
Koivisto, S. (2017). Archaeology of Finnish wetlands: with special reference to studies of Stone Age stationary wooden fishing structures. University of Helsinki.
Koivisto, S., & Nurminen, K. (2015). Go with the flow: stationary wooden fishing structures and the significance of estuary fishing in Subneolithic Finland. Fennoscandia archaeologica, 32, 55-77.