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ERC Advanced Grant project investigating Doggerland using sedimentary DNA, environmental archaeology, seismic mapping and computer simulation.
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IPCC Mar 22
Congratulations to authors Myles Allen, Pauline Dube, Naomi Oreskes, Michael Mann & Jyoti Parikh included on Apolitical's 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy. Congratulations again to Bureau Members Houseung Lee & Debra Roberts, also on the list.
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Eroding Archaeology Mar 21
Coastal Erosion is a major threat to our heritage. Important sites such as are in danger. 2018 excavation and 2015 (image by Lindsey Kemp)
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Fabrice Ardhuin Mar 21
WAVEWATCH III is now on github ! WAVE...what? that is a numerical model for doing all sorts of things associated with wind-generated waves in the ocean, with many applications for marine weather, oceanography and more 1/n
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Laura Grant Mar 18
Govt rejects call to end oil and gas exploration in the Arctic which is incompatible with its international commitments
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Maritime Archaeology Mar 20
Maritime Hunter-Gatherers Adopt Cultivation at the Farming Extreme of Northern Europe 5000 Years Ago via
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MesolithicMiscellany Mar 18
New article, 'Fire as a motor of rapid environmental degradation during the earliest peopling of Malta 7500 years ago', by Marriner et al. Highlights • We reconstruct fire history during the early Neolithic...
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Benjamin Gearey Mar 19
For his 2nd seminar of the day I give you still full of enthusiasm!
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Sea Level Research Mar 17
New research led by Silas Dean with and Dorit Sivan on detection of centennial sea-level variations in Israeli archaeological records !
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John Simpson Mar 17
Four Oxford schoolgirls have started a petition to make lessons on climate change compulsory in schools, & nearly 40,000 people have so far signed it. Since this the most important problem our planet faces, shouldn’t our children be taught about it?
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Richard Bates Mar 17
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Amkreutz@RMO Mar 15
For and : lithics! This large group of palaeolithic and mesolithic flint flakes & tools was found on the & by mr. Harkema in the past 2yrs. He donated them to the collection. Thank you🙏💪🏼🔬🌊
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Michael Grant Mar 15
Learn more about the many amazing discoveries made during the project, including taking a VR 'dive' onto some of the wrecks, at tomorrow - we'll be in the Ocean and Earth zone in Building 175 (Bolderwood Campus: )
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Sea Level Research Mar 14
Destruction from sea level rise in California could exceed worst wildfires and earthquakes, new research shows
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Urithi Wetu Mar 14
It has been a productive day after touring Kilwa Kisiwani surveying some locations where mapping and diving practicals will take place tomorrow. @ebichumbaki @Richard98390682
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DHSC Project Mar 14
New Book chapter includes a case study from the DHSC project at the submerged Mesolithic midden at Hjarnø.
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Dr. Stefani Crabtree Mar 14
The great synthesizing data and using to understand Indus civilization change.
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Kimberly Monk Mar 14
Hot off the press! Download a copy of the new volume: 3D Recording and Interpretation for Maritime Archaeology. Well done authors, editors and !
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Lost Frontiers Mar 14
Dr Merle Muru, from the University of Tartu, Estonia, has joined the Lost Frontiers team at Bradford. Merle will work with the team using seismic data for terrain reconstruction. Welcome Merle – to find out more visit her profile at  
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MesolithicMiscellany Mar 12
New article, 'Holocene cultural and climate shifts in NW Africa as inferred from stable isotopes of archeological land snail shells', by Padgett et al. Abstract: Cultural transitions or even societal collapses...
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MesolithicMiscellany Mar 12
Great overview of a new volume by Caroline. Please do follow suit and post anything of interest!
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