The North Sea Prehistory and Management Framework, which captures all available knowledge about the English North Sea’s submerged prehistory to support future investigation and management, is now live and is being launched at two webinars on 10 March 2023.
Conference paper on the problem of career progresion in archaeology
Landward Research Ltd has offset all of the company’s carbon emissions for the period from 1st April – 31st December 2022 by supporting Gold Standard Community Based Verified Carbon Reduction Projects. By maintaining our carbon neutral status we are helping to combat climate change and to sustain our environment for future generations. Landward Research Ltd Certificate 2022-12
Presentation to the ICCROM and British Council online conference, Climate. Culture. Peace: Adaptation Through Built Heritage, by Alia Fares of Landward Research and Grace Rihan Hanna. Beirut’s Built Heritage after the Explosion of August 4th 2020 Presentation from 0h32m:33s to 0h47m:41s.
On behalf of the Register of Professional Archaeologists, Kenneth Aitchison of Landward Research organised and chaired the Archaeological Ethics Bowl at WAC-9, the 9th World Archaeological Congress, which was held in Prague, Czech Republic, between 3rd and 8th July 2022.
FAME has published the 2021 State of the Archaeological Market report, produced by Kenneth Aitchison and Doug Rocks-Macqueen of Landward Research.
Local authority archaeology services in England are delivered via a variety of mechanisms and structures that have evolved according to local circumstances.
In order to assist local authorities in supporting services that are effective for their own unique needs, ALGAO: England commissioned Landward Research to develop an understanding of how these structures have evolved and what contributes to their success or failure.
Training materials in the use of GIS, Photogrammetry and Laser Scanning for historic townscapes produced by NaDiR, the Nafplion Digital Recording project, funded by the European Commission through Erasmus+ are available for free, open access.
An article by Kenneth Aitchison, updating a paper given at the EAA 2018 conference in Barcelona, has been published as an ‘early view’ in Archäologische Informationen. Read the article here https://dguf.de/fileadmin/AI/ArchInf-EV_Aitchison.pdf