Issue: Submarine prehistoric archaeology of the North Sea:

Subtitle research priorities and collaboration with industry
Publication Type
Abstract Papers from a workshop on North Sea submarine prehistory and relations with industry, held in London in 2003 and attended by archaeologists from five countries bordering the North Sea, along with a summary of the discussion and conclusions. The purpose of the workshop was to analyse the potential for prehistoric archaeology research on the floor of the North Sea, and to plan the best way to cooperate on future research and protection of prehistoric sites on the sea floor. The reports describe a range of submerged sites and artefacts from the late Pleistocene and early Holocene, the age of most known submerged sites being 8000--5000 years old. Topics requiring study are identified, and the contribution which could be made by using the technology developed by modern offshore industries is reviewed, as are possible ways to work with industry in order to maximise the information gained by archaeologists and to ensure that damage is minimised. Includes French and German summaries. Papers include
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Issue Editor N C Flemming
N C Flemming
Publisher Council for British Archaeology
Year of Publication 2004
Volume 141
Number of Pages: 155
ISBN 1-902771-46-X
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Source The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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Abstract
Geoff N Bailey
3 - 10
N C Flemming
11 - 19
Anders Fischer
23 - 36
Garry Momber
37 - 42
Jan Glimmerveen
Dick Mol
Klaas Post
Jelle W F Reumer
Johannes Van der Plicht
John de Vos
Bas Geel, van
Guido van Reenen
Jan Peter Pals
43 - 52
Ole Grøn
Jørgen Skaarup
53 - 56
L B M Verhart
57 - 61
Henry H P Chapman
Malcolm C Lillie
65 - 69
Thijs Kolfschoten, van
H van Essen
70 - 80
Peter L Murphy
81 - 86
Anthony Firth
89 - 94
Ian Oxley
95 - 98
D Long
C Graham
A Stevenson
99 - 101
T J Maarleveld
Hans Peeters
102 - 112
on the specific problems and approaches involved in maritime heritage management
N C Flemming
113 - 117
N C Flemming
118 - 120