Bates, M. R. and Whittaker, K. (2004). Landscape evolution in the Lower Thames Valley. In: n.e. Towards a New Stone Age. York: Council for British Archaeology. pp. 50-70.

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Title:
Landscape evolution in the Lower Thames Valley
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Subtitle:
implications for the archaeology of the earlier Holocene period
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Issue:
Towards a New Stone Age
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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Volume:
137
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Number of Pages:
237
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Page Start/End:
50 - 70
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RR137.pdf (82 MB) : Download
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examines the reasons for the bias in the reported record of earlier Holocene sites in the area, and the archaeological and stratigraphic evidence that should provide the data to examine issues related to the speed of landscape change, the spatial complexity of the contemporary landscape, and the potential relationship between preserved sites and current site distributions for the earlier parts of the Holocene approximating to the Mesolithic and Neolithic phases.
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Author:
Martin R Bates ORCID icon
Kenneth Whittaker
Year of Publication
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2004
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ISBN:
1-902771-39-7
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Subjects / Periods:
Mesolithic (Auto Detected Temporal)
Holocene (Auto Detected Temporal)
Neolithic (Auto Detected Temporal)
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14 Apr 2005