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University of Birmingham
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The research for this project is led by Mr Keith Challis (IBM Vista) and Dr Andy J Howard (Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity) both University of Birmingham with funding from the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund as administered by English Heritage.
This project involves geoarchaeological assessments of two of the principal tributary valleys of the Trent (the Rivers Dove and Idle) undertaken to assess the impact of their evolution on the main valley floor. Study of the Idle and Dove was complimented, to a limited extent, by consideration of two lesser valleys, (the Devon and the Dover Beck) with the overall aim of identifying landscapes and resources in these tributaries that might elucidate key issues in the study of the main Trent Valley.
The aims of the research were:
The project contributes towards Trent Valley GeoArchaeology, a group of organisations and individuals with interests and involvement in the archaeology and palaeoenvironments of the Trent Valley, the River Trent and its tributaries.