NORTHERN REGIONAL REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY: GEOARCHAEOLOGY IN NORTHERN ENGLAND II: SITE REVIEW, DISCUSSION, AND RESEARCH PRIORITIES
Author(s): M-R Usai
The content of many of the eighty or so site-based geoarchaeological studies in, or relevant to, Northern England has been examined, summarized and clustered into themes. All geoarchaeological studies have been subdivided into sections on the basis of the main theme or method of work. The study demonstrated the strong potential of geoarchaeology to aid archaeological interpretations, highlighted a selection of research priorities, and showed the need for a production of more widely accessible publications in refereed journals. Only in this way will geoarchaeology be able to improve the state of the art and influence of the scientific, archaeological and 'layman' communities.
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- Environmental Studies Soil/Sediment