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National Importance and Marine Assets – the Goodwin Sands and Farne Islands Case Studies

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National Importance Programme Pilot Project Report

By Wessex Archaeology

The pilot project focuses on how the boundaries of large marine landscape-scale sites containing many dispersed, overlapping and multi-period marine heritage assets can be mapped and how individual nationally important marine heritage assets within those landscapes might be identified, recorded and mapped.

The report presents case studies from the Goodwin Sands off Kent and the Farne Islands off Northumberland.

Contents

1. Background

2. Aims

3. Methodology

4. Results

5. Discussion

6. Outcomes

7. References

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Pages: 47

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