An Assessment of the potential for in-situ preservation of buried organic archaeological remains at Sutton Common, South Yorkshire: PhD Thesis, University of Hull (2004)

James Cheetham, 2007

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Contents PDF 269 Kb
Ch1_Introduction PDF 243 Kb
Ch2_StudyArea PDF 3061 Kb
Ch3_Methodology PDF 1776 Kb
Ch4_MonitoringLocations PDF 523 Kb
Ch5_HydrologicalMonitoringResults PDF 2937 Kb
Ch6_RedoxMonitoringResults PDF 484 Kb
Ch7_MicrobiologicalAnalysisResults PDF 901 Kb
Ch8_Discussion PDF 647 Kb
Ch9_Conclusions PDF 55 Kb
References PDF 126 Kb
Appendices PDF 8187 Kb