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Fraser Sturt, Tyra Standen, Michael Grant, Justin Dix (2017) Determining Potential: Onshore/Offshore Prehistory. Historic England Project 6918 [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1041582
This project was commissioned to consider if we might be able to move from generic to more specific understandings of potential with regard to submerged prehistory, and how these approaches might be evaluated. In this light a study area was chosen that would allow leverage of onshore and offshore data gained over several decades of research; the Bristol Channel, Somerset Levels and Severn Estuary region. In particular this project had three overarching goals:
Each of the above aims was carefully chosen in order to aid future management and regulatory decisions, while directly improving our understanding of the regional archaeological and palaeoenvironmental record. In order to achieve this, a series of more specific project aims were developed: