Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund

English Heritage, 2006

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Maritime ALSF

The ALSF scheme has enabled English Heritage to support a range of timely initiatives, providing new insights into mitigation, assessment, evaluation and potential of the marine historic environment through remote survey and field investigation in English Territorial Waters. The relevance of the ALSF scheme is highlighted through the wide variety of projects being undertaken and a demonstration of how these are directly reducing the impact of aggregate extraction on the historic environment.

An example of this is England's Historic Seascapes, a programme of projects funded through the ALSF to develop a nationally-applicable method for assessing and mapping the historic character of our present coastal and marine environment: Historic Seascape Characterisation (HSC).

Maritime archives

ALSF 3322 Artefacts from the sea Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3323 England's shipping Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3365 Modelling exclusion zones for marine aggregate dredging University of Southampton

ALSF 3594 Multi Beam sonar on wrecks Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3767 On the importance of shipwrecks Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3876 Seabed Prehistory R2 Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3877 Wrecks on the Seabed R2 Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3878 England's Shipping R2 Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 3916 Enhancing our Understanding: Shipwreck Importance Bournemouth University

ALSF 3917 Enhancing our Understanding: Navigational Hazards Bournemouth University

ALSF 3963 Solent Aggregates to Outreach Hampshire and Isle of Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 4000 Beach replenishment and derived archaeological material Museum of London Archaeology Service

ALSF 4600 Happisburgh/Pakefield exposures Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 4613 North Sea Palaeolandscape Project University of Birmingham

ALSF 4728 England's Historic Seascapes: Solent and Isle of Wight Hampshire and Isle of Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 4730 England's Historic Seascapes: Withernsea to Skegness Museum of London Archaeology Service

ALSF 4731 England's Historic Seascapes: Scarborough to Hartlepool and Adjacent Marine Zones Cornwall County Council Historic Environment Service

ALSF 4740 Assessment of Archaeology within Marine Aggregate Environmental Statements Hampshire and Isle of Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 4840 Maritime Archaeology Access and Learning Workshops Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 5204 Aggregates to Outreach: Teaching Pack and Associated Initiatives  Hampshire and Wight trust for Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 5223 Aircraft Crash Sites at Sea Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 5238 West Coast Palaeolandscape Project (Pilot Project) University of Birmingham

ALSF 5254 England's Historic Seascapes: HSC Method Consolidation English Heritage and Cornwall County Council Historic Environment Service

ALSF 5401 Seabed Grab Sampling Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 5402 Wrecks Ecology Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 5555 England's Historic Seascapes: Demonstrating the Method SeaZone Solutions Limited

ALSF 5646 The Mystery Wreck Project (Flower of Ugie) Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 5653 AMAP2 - Characterising the Potential for Wrecks SeaZone Solutions Limited

ALSF 5671 Developing Magnetometer Techniques to Identify Submerged Archaeological Sites Cornwall County Council Historic Environment Service

ALSF 5693 Assessing Boats and Ships Wessex Archaeology

ALSF 5736 Historic Seascape Characterisation: Hastings to Purbeck and Adjacent Waters SeaZone Solutions Limited, Maritime Archaeology

ALSF 5844 Historic Seascape Characterisation: Bristol Channel and Severn Estuary Cornwall Council, Seazone Solutions

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