Trent Valley GeoArchaeology 2002

Trent Valley GeoArchaeology, 2010

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Trent and Peak Archaeology
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Introduction

Palaeochannel mapping from aerial photographs in the Trent Valley

Trent Valley GeoArchaeology 2002 was a multi-disciplinary project carried out by Trent Valley GeoArchaeology, a partnership of organisations involved in the study of archaeology in the Trent Valley. The project was funded through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund as disbursed by English Heritage.

The project comprised 13 individual components, each of which was carried out by particular members of Trent Valley GeoArchaeology acting individually or together, and in mutual support. These sub-projects included mapping ancient river channels and deposits of alluvium in the river valley; enhancing information for the minerals industry and planning policy; enhancing the Sites and Monuments Records held by the local authorities; investigating the use of new techniques; and widening the dissemination of knowledge and understanding of the archaeology in the Trent Valley. The project culminated in 2004 with the publication of Trent Valley Landscapes - The Archaeology of 500,000 Years of Change. Details of how to order this volume can be found on the TVG website.