Understanding water table dynamics and their influence on the buried archaeological resource in relation to aggregates extraction

Malcolm Lillie, 2012

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Dr Malcolm Lillie
Wetlands Archaeology and Environments Research Centre
University of Hull
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Hull
HU6 7RX
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Click to Download ALSF2007 as a PDF file Lillie, L. and Smith, R. 2007: Understanding water table dynamics and their influence on the buried archaeological resource in relation to aggregates extraction. Wetland Archaeology & Environments Research Centre. PDF 14 Mb