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Outer Hebrides Coastal Community Marine Archaeology Pilot Project Poster

Outer Hebrides Coastal Community Marine Archaeology Pilot Project Poster

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Published by Wessex Archaeology
The Outer Hebrides have been occupied for thousands of years and they contain a rich prehistoric and historic legacy. Much of the past remains are focussed around the coastal edges, under the sea and in lochs. Due to rising sea-levels and the power of the sea, coastal and marine archaeology is at risk of being lost. This project aims to enhance the archaeological records of the Outer Hebrides, with special focus on coastal and marine areas. The project aims to enable local people to share knowledge, develop research, inform management plans, and enjoy the rich coastal and marine heritage of the Outer Hebrides.

Find out more at http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/alba
The Outer Hebrides have been occupied for thousands of years and they contain a rich prehistoric and historic legacy. Much of the past remains are focussed around the coastal edges, under the sea and in lochs. Due to rising sea-levels and the power of the sea, coastal and marine archaeology is at risk of being lost. This project aims to enhance the archaeological records of the Outer Hebrides, with special focus on coastal and marine areas. The project aims to enable local people to share knowledge, develop research, inform management plans, and enjoy the rich coastal and marine heritage of the Outer Hebrides.

Find out more at http://www.wessexarch.co.uk/alba

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Categories:Types, Research, History
Published by: Wessex Archaeology on Oct 12, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

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Have you seen tree stumps, stone or woodenstructures under water or buried at the beach?If you are interested in this island chaincommunity project, please contact us
www.wessexarch.co.uk/alba
Image Licensor www.scran.ac.uk © Aberdeen City Council © Dumfries and Galloway Museums Service (Stranraer Museum© National Museums Scotland © Gaidheil Alba / National Museums of Scotland © National Museums Scotland © National Museums Scotland 
Have you seen anything like this whilst fishing, diving or walking near the sea?
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The Outer Hebrides coast is rich in intertidal and shorelinearchaeology 
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ecome part of a community project that discovers new sites and shares knowledge
WA Coastal & Marine
OUTER HEBRIDES COASTAL COMMUNITY
MARINE ARCHAEOLOGYPILOT PROJECT

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