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Lost Frontiers
Europe's Lost Frontiers. An ERC Advanced Grant project investigating Doggerland through environmental archaeology, seismic mapping and computer simulation.
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Arina M. Khatsenovich Aug 9
First full publication of personal and formal bone tools from cave. Read new paper of Shunkov et al. in our SI in QI
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Andy Emery Aug 7
Replying to @AndyDoggerBank
Oh, I'm still open to collaborations by the way 😉
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Samantha Brummage Aug 5
Dr Martin Bates on ITV tomorrow night talking submerged forests
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Marta DiazGuardamino Aug 6
Submit your conference paper for the **EAA Student Award** and win €1,600 in books. Deadline 10 August.
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Richard Bates Aug 4
Bully Bates cores for the team
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Richard Bates Aug 4
New paper out on Norse waterways in Wetlands Arch with see it here
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The Ice Age ❄️🌞 Aug 2
Warm clothing was essential during glacial periods; the sewing kit was a major milestone in human ingenuity. These Magdalenian bone needles (3.9—5.5 cm) are over 12,000 years old. They were excavated in Courbet Cave in southern France. Image and info
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Benjamin Gearey Aug 1
Very many happy returns to my excellent friend and colleague - an excuse to roll out this classic photo 😂
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Rosie Everett Aug 1
Happy birthday T!!! Hopefully see you in a few weeks to celebrate 🍻🍻🍻
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John Hawks Jul 31
"Volcanic origin for Younger Dryas geochemical anomalies ca. 12,900 cal B.P." The paper tackles the widespread idea that some kind of extraterrestrial impact spurred this cold period. HT
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Martin Stendel Jul 29
Our paper on Arctic temperature changes has just been published in ! We show that present temperature increase is comparable to the abrupt changes during Dansgaard-Oeschger events. Also, climate models underestimate present Arctic warming. .
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Benjamin Gearey Jul 30
We’ve been doing rather a lot of work on these kind of deposits as part of
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Amkreutz@RMO Jul 24
For another find from by Rick van Bragt. bone/antler spearhead or netting needle? (I’d go for option 2) parallels and alternatives welcome! 2021💪🌊
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Lost Frontiers Jul 22
BBC News - Earliest evidence for humans in the Americas
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Natasha Barlow Jul 21
Sat on a Lakeland hill and receive notification that RISeR cores have safely arrived 😀 What a great Tuesday.
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Samuel Griffiths Jul 22
The impressive monolithic sits on a natural chalk mound at the head of the Gypsy Race watercourse. Today, empting into Harbour; once would have stretched right out across , linking the uplands to vast, habitat rich lowlands
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Edward Pollard Jul 20
We have just published an article on the continuing erosion of the maritime cultural heritage in Ireland
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CHERISH Project Jul 19
The sea is eroding and washing away parts of Kerry’s Monastic landscape, including this site at Illaunntannig &erasure
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CHERISH Project Jul 18
How is Climate Change affecting our Coastal Heritage? 🔟 More frequent extreme weather, such as storms will lead to storm damage to historic buildings, settlements and structures. There is also potential adverse impact from clean-up operations and modifications 1/4⤵️
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MOLA Jul 18
What can archaeology can tell us about how sea levels have changed over the last 2000 years, and what bearing does this have on life on the Thames floodplain today? Archaeological woodwork specialist Damian Goodburn takes a look: 🌊
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