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Lost Frontiers
ERC Advanced Grant project investigating Doggerland using sedimentary DNA, environmental archaeology, seismic mapping and computer simulation.
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Richard Bates 20h
3 raised beaches at and at least one,possibly two submerged seen on the seismic. Thanks Dei for the new
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Richard Bates Jun 25
Survey going well for lost landscapes until steered us into this area! Wouldn't have happened on a job!
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Richard Bates Jun 25
Rough day in the Forth on Swordsman heading towards Isle of May, hunting lost landscapes with Dei Huws and the Sboom
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Rachel Harding Jun 24
Woah I'm just catching up with the great attention the project has been getting over the just couple of weeks! Looking forward to listening to this
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DHSC Project Jun 23
In Denmark, public displays and interpretation of submerged sites are common practice even in areas not known specifically for their underwater archaeology. It’s simply part of the cultural landscape and public awareness for submerged heritage.
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ERC=Science Squared 18 Apr 18
Word of the Day - Bathymetry: the study of underwater 🌊 depth of lake or ocean floors. The name comes from Greek βαθύς (bathus), 🛀 "deep", & μέτρον (metron), 📏"measure". ☺️ cc
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Dave Norcott Jun 22
Brilliant. Doggerland is everywhere at the minute.
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Dr Robyn Inglis Jun 22
Oooo I heard this the other night and wondered who'd be in the room - great lineup, looking forward to it!
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Andy_Kingdon_Geology Jun 22
Excellent news. In the mess that is UK today "in our time" is a beacon of civilisation, thoughtful and unafraid to be intellectual
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Dr Matt Pope Jun 21
So excited this is happening. In Our Time takes us into Doggerland next week. I’ll be tuning in to , and
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Rosie Everett Jun 20
I love working with the group, looking forward to hearing this!
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HowBigIsBelgica.be Jun 18
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Colin D. Wren Jun 19
Replying to @socarxiv @comses
PS. All model code & analysis scripts are available for download on and . See the paper's Data Availability statement for links!
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Colin D. Wren Jun 19
So I wrote this w/ Prof. Burke "Habitat suitability & the genetic structure of human populations during the LGM in Western Europe" out today in
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Lost Frontiers Jun 17
Lost Frontiers talking on in the North Sea at the workshop on submerged landscapes at the
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Dan Snow Jun 13
Plotting the next dive with and the excellent
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Micheál Butler Jun 13
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Dan Snow Jun 12
New Podcast‼️ Dr Simon Fitch of and tells me all about the Mesolithic world that lies beneath the Channel. 🎧:
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Lost Frontiers Jun 12
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Lost Frontiers Jun 12
with Dr Simon Fitch on recent surveying and finds from the North Sea In full at -
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