A Guide to the Theory and Practice of Methods, from Sampling and Recovery to Post-excavation (second edition)
By Gill Campbell, Lisa Moffett, and Vanessa Straker
This document provides guidance for good practice in environmental archaeology. It gives practical advice on the applications and methods of environmental archaeology within archaeological projects. It should not replace advice given by specialists on specific projects, nor is it intended that these guidelines should inhibit future development of methodologies or recommended procedures.
This document should be cited as: Campbell, G, Moffett, L and Straker, V 2011 'Environmental Archaeology. A Guide to the Theory and Practice of Methods, from Sampling and Recovery to Post-excavation (second edition)'. Portsmouth: English Heritage
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- What these guidelines cover
- Common types of environmental evidence
- Case Study 1
- Case Study 2
- Case Study 3
- Case Study 4
- Case Study 5
- Case Study 6
- Where to get advice
- Regional research frameworks
- Period research frameworks
- Regional review of environmental archaeology
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Product Code: 51644
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Historic England technical guidance on environmental archaeology, including geoarchaeology.