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The Humber estuary: managing the archaeological resource in a dynamic environment
Van de Noort, R.; Ellis, S. (2000). The Humber estuary: managing the archaeological resource in a dynamic environment, in: Pye, K. et al. (Ed.) Coastal and estuarine environments: sedimentology, geomorphology and geoarchaeology. Geological Society Special Publication, 175: pp. 419-427
In: Pye, K.; Allen, J.R.L. (Ed.) (2000). Coastal and estuarine environments: sedimentology, geomorphology and geoarchaeology Geological Society Special Publication, 175 The Geological Society: London. ISBN 1-86239-070-3. 435 pp., more
In: Hartley, A.J. et al. (Ed.) Geological Society Special Publication. Geological Society of London: Oxford; London; Edinburgh; Boston, Mass.; Carlton, Vic.. ISSN 0305-8719, more
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    VLIZ: Geology and Geophysics [5954]

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  • Van de Noort, R.
  • Ellis, S.

Abstract
    The archaeology of the intertidal wetlands of the Humber estuary is of intemational importance, and includes prehistoric boats, trackways, fishtraps and platforms, Roman settlements and ports and Post-Medieval fishweirs. This resource is threatened by coastal erosion and flood defence improvement work. This paper outlines a strategic approach to the threatened archaeological resource in the Humber estuary.

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