Cultural heritage management and the palaeo-environmental resource: Surveying the surface-visable palaeochannel record in the Trent Valley, UK

Steve Baker, 2006

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Derbyshire County Council
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Introduction

image of palaeochannels

The Trent Valley Palaeochannels Database is a GIS archive of 1204 palaeochannels and 34 areas of ridge and swale topography mapped from geo-referenced aerial photographs during 2003. The work was carried out by Trent Valley GeoArchaeology, a partnership of academic, professional and commercial stakeholders, as part of a multidisciplinary project, Trent Valley 2002, funded through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund. The reports for 'Trent Valley 2002' have been archived by the ADS as a separate collection.

The GIS data in this archive can also be viewed in the related article 'The palaeochannel record in the Trent Valley UK: contributions towards cultural heritage management' by Steve Baker in Internet Archaeology 20