England's Historic Seascapes: Solent and Isle of Wight

Julie Satchell, 2007

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Introduction

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The England's Historic Seascapes: Solent and Isle of Wight project was undertaken by the Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology (HWTMA), Bournemouth University and Southampton University. This coastal and marine area is diverse and dynamic, it includes the coastal area of the Solent, and Isle of Wight, (approximately a 150 mile stretch of coastline). The project is one of four pilot projects designed to apply the principles of HLC (Historic Landscape Characterisation) to the marine environment. This project built upon the intial methodology developed for the Liverpool Bay pilot study and seeks to develop MHLC (Marine Historic Landscape Characterisation) to ensure the final methodology is suitable to apply nationally. The project was funded by the Marine Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund as administered by English Heritage.

To view the reports from the other Seascapes projects, please follow the links below:

More information on the English Heritage Historic Seascapes Project - including the 2008 National HSC Method statement - can be found at the ALSF Seascapes page