Dataset(s) described by keyword | Archaeology

Displaying 8 datasets found described by keyword 'Archaeology'

Environmental Factors in the Chronology of Human Evolution and Dispersal (EFCHED)
The major objective of the EFCHED programme has been to integrate and strengthen UK research in human evolution. The rationale underlying the research and the timing of the programme was the ...

NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories (NIGL) Projects
NIGL (NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories) is a comprehensive stable and radiogenic isotope laboratory facility that undertakes environmental, life, archaeological and earth science resear ...

NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories (NIGL) Publications
NIGL (NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories) is a comprehensive stable and radiogenic isotope laboratory facility that undertakes environmental, life, archaeological and earth science resear ...

NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories (NIGL) project records
NIGL (NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratories) is a comprehensive stable and radiogenic isotope laboratory facility that undertakes environmental, life, archaeological and earth science resear ...

Neanderthal climate preferences and tolerances: the need for a better chronology
This project aimed to investigate whether the present chronological data for late Mousterian sites in Europe are biasing our perception of Neanderthal populations by making them appear more ...

Nottingham's Caves - Archival Material For Digital Register.
Paper records and photos used to create the Nottingham Caves digital register and maps. Includes archival material of the caves known to BGS, around northern and central Nottingham. Data mai ...

Nottingham's Caves Database
GIS Data Layer and Database including maps and detailed Indexes. Paper records and photographs, descriptive register is paper version from which the digital version was created. Data mainly ...

Nottingham's Caves Report - Descriptive Register With Detailed Indexes.
Descriptive register with detailed indexes of the Nottingham man-made caves. Data mainly captured 1989, infrequent additions (approximately 1 per year) since then