Mapping Doggerland

Mapping Doggerland : The Mesolithic Landscapes of the Southern North Sea

By (author) Vincent Gaffney , By (author) Kenneth Thomson , By (author) Simon Finch


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Oxbow says: Mapping Doggerland documents the methodology and results of an innovative project to investigate a large area of the Southern North Sea, submerged during the last Glacial Maximum between 10,000 and 7500 bp. The North Sea Palaeolandscape Project mapped more than 23,000 sq km of the North Sea basin, once a dryland inhabited by Mesolithic populations, and its methodology and results are presented in this publication. The project made use of marine survey data and 3D seismic reflection data, but also carried out geomorphological investigations, examined borehole sediments for environmental reconstruction and developed spatial and visualisation techniques for processing and interpreting data. The study is important on a number of different levels: for the information it can provide on the Mesolithic period in Britain; for what it can tell us about a 'lost' area of the North Sea; and for developing a methodology for investigating such environments.

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  • Paperback | 131 pages
  • 208 x 296 x 12mm | 639.56g
  • 01 Jun 2008
  • Oxford
  • English
  • col pls and figs, tbs
  • 1905739141
  • 9781905739141
  • 423,896

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