Understanding water table dynamics and their influence on the buried archaeological resource in relation to aggregates extraction

Malcolm Lillie
The current project was commissioned jointly by English Heritage and the Mineral Industry Research Organisation (MIRO) in 2004. Monitoring of water levels, redox potentials and soil pH has been undertaken since February 2005 at Newington, Nottinghamshire. Additional research into the degradation of pollen in the floodplain sequences has been on going since March 2005. As has been noted elsewhere), 'archaeological baseline surveys and monitoring are…an essential precondition for the active management of archaeological sites', and...
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