BookThis book will be invaluable for all archaeologists involved in fieldwork and site management where construction is involved. Operations typically employed during development, from groundworks through to post-construction activity, are described and the likely changes to the burial environment at all these stages outlined. Ways of mitigating the potential damage...
Journal articleThe Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) – a community archaeology project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (from 2008–2011) and now hosted by Museum of London Archaeology – has maintained close links with UCL throughout the lifetime of the project. This continues the association established by our predecessor project, the Thames...
Cohen, Nathalie ; Milne, Gustav ; Wragg, Eliott
Journal articleJay Carver’s paper is very useful in summarising the process that Crossrail has followed and identifing the key factors in managing the risk, and maximising the benefits, associated with archaeology on major infrastructure projects. MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) has been involved in many of London’s infrastructure projects, at the...
Journal articleThis helpful addition to the literature and thinking around planning and archaeology comes at an exciting time, as the Localism Act, streamlining of non-planning consents, economic recession and political change all converge. It is striking, in the review of archaeology and planning policy over some thirty years, what a revolution...
Catch Per Unit Research Effort : Sampling Intensity, Chronological Uncertainty, and the Onset of Marine Fish Consumption in Historic London.As the cumulative volume of ecofactual data from archaeological sites mounts, the analytical tools required for its synthesis have not always kept pace. While recent attention has been devoted to spatial aspects of meta-analysis, the methodological challenges of chronological synthesis have been somewhat neglected. Nowhere is this issue more acute...
Orton, David ; Morris, James ; Pipe, Alan