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    • Chronostratigraphy of an eroding complex Atlantic Round House, Baile Sear, Scotland 

      Kinnaird, Tim; Dawson, Tom; Sanderson, David; Hamilton, Derek; Cresswell, Alan; Rennell, Rebecca (2017-11-07) - Journal article
      A high-resolution chronostratigraphy has been established for an eroding Atlantic round house at Sloc Sàbhaidh (North Uist, Scotland), combining detailed OSL profiling and dating of sediments encompassing the main bracketing ...
    • Climate change and the deteriorating archaeological and environmental archives of the Arctic 

      Hollesen, Jørgen; Callanan, Martin; Dawson, Tom; Fenger-Nielsen, Rasmus; Friesen, T. Max; Jensen, Anne M.; Markham, Adam; Martens, Vibeke V.; Pitulko, Vladimir V.; Rockman, Marcy (2018-06-27) - Journal article
      The cold, wet climate of the Arctic has led to the extraordinary preservation of archaeological sites and materials that offer important contributions to the understanding of our common cultural and ecological history. ...
    • Community rescue : saving sites from the sea 

      Dawson, Tom (2016-06-20) - Journal article
      Members of local communities can play a crucial role in the management and rescue of information from sites that are threatened with destruction. Using examples from pioneering work in Scotland, this paper discusses a very ...
    • Digitally enhanced community rescue archaeology 

      Dawson, Tom; Oliver, Iain Angus; Miller, Alan Henry David; Vermehren, Anna; Kennedy, Sarah Elizabeth (IEEE, 2013-10) - Conference item
      Coastal erosion is causing the destruction of archaeological sites around the world. The problem is particularly grave in Scotland, where storms can cause many meters of land to be lost in a single event. Archaeological ...
    • Erosion and coastal archaeology : Evaluating the threat and prioritising action 

      Dawson, Tom (Archeopress, 2013) - Book item
      The archaeology of coastal regions is rich and varied, but is facing increasing pressures from natural processes. Regardless of how the climate may change in the future, many coastal archaeological sites are threatened by ...
    • Exploring heritage through time and space : Supporting community reflection on the highland clearances 

      McCaffery, John Philip; Miller, Alan Henry David; Kennedy, Sarah Elizabeth; Dawson, Tom; Vermehren, Anna; Lefley, C; Strickland, K (IEEE, 2013-10) - Conference item
      On the two hundredth anniversary of the Kildonan clearances, when people were forcibly removed from their homes, the Timespan Heritage centre has created a program of community centred work aimed at challenging pre conceptions ...
    • Late Bronze Age and Iron Age pottery in the Shetland Isles : a synopsis of design, construction methods and typological trends 

      Murray, Jennifer (University of St Andrews, 2016-12-01) - Thesis
      Within the Shetland Museum’s archaeological collection are many thousands of pre- historic pottery sherds. There are also many stray finds brought into the museum by members of the public who have come across eroding ...