Maritime and Marine Historic Environment Research Framework

Jonathan Adams, Geoff Bailey, Mark Beattie-Edwards, Martin Bell, Duncan Brown, Martin Carver, Virginia Dellino-Musgrave, Justin Dix, Joe Flatman, JD Hill, Christopher Loveluck, Jane Maddocks, David Parham, Jesse Ransley, Julie Satchell, Fraser Sturt, Robert Van de Noort, Michael Walsh, Graeme Warren, Kieran Westley, Steve Willis, 2011. (updated 2013) https://doi.org/10.5284/1000148. How to cite using this DOI

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Jonathan Adams, Geoff Bailey, Mark Beattie-Edwards, Martin Bell, Duncan Brown, Martin Carver, Virginia Dellino-Musgrave, Justin Dix, Joe Flatman, JD Hill, Christopher Loveluck, Jane Maddocks, David Parham, Jesse Ransley, Julie Satchell, Fraser Sturt, Robert Van de Noort, Michael Walsh, Graeme Warren, Kieran Westley, Steve Willis (2013) Maritime and Marine Historic Environment Research Framework [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000148

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Research Framework Technical Appendices

The following documents relate to the 2010 Maritime and Marine Historic Environment Resource Assessment and Research Agenda.

Technical Appendix 1 - Sea Level Change (2010). PDF 68 Kb
Technical Appendix 2 - The application of extensive 3D Seismic Reflection Data for the exploration of extensive inundated palaeolandscapes (2010), by Simon Fitch and Vince Gaffney PDF 1.1 Mb
Technical Appendix 3 - Archaeological Remains of Vessels from Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland 6th- 16th Centuries AD, (2010) by Joe Flatman PDF 380 Kb
Technical Appendix 4 - Original Early Medieval Period Working Group Document, (2010) edited by Martin Carver and Chris Loveluck PDF 1.6 Mb

Publication Appendices

The following documentes contain technical details and additional information gathered during both the original project and preparation of the 2013 publication. Further information on the publication and publication appendices can be found on the overview page.

Appendix 1 (Introduction): Maritime Archaeological Archives and Collection Issues (2013), by Julie Satchell and Duncan Brown with Paul Simpson and Angela Karsten PDF 708 Kb
Appendix 2 (Palaeolithic Chapter) - Technical Appendix: Sea-level Change, Palaeo-Environmental Change and Preservation Issues (2013), by Kieran Westley, Nic Flemming and Phil Gibbard PDF 753 Kb
Appendix 3 (Palaeolithic Chapter) - Technical Appendix: The application of extensive 3D Seismic Reflection Data for the exploration of extensive inundated palaeolandscapes (2013), by Simon Fitch and Vince Gaffney PDF 1.4 Mb
Appendix 4 (Mesolithic Chapter) - Technical Appendix: Site Formation and Geoarchaeology (2013), by Martin Bell and Graeme Warren PDF 1 Mb
Appendix 5 (Early Medieval Chapter) - Appendix: Original Early Medieval Period Working Group Resource Assessment and Research Agenda Document (2013), by Martin Carver and Chris Loveluck PDF 2.2 Mb
Appendix 6 (High to Post-Medieval Chapter ) - Appendix: Archaeological Remains of Vessels from Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland 6th- 16th Centuries AD, by Joe Flatman PDF 974 Kb

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