This monograph summarises the great contribution of the MALSF to the study of submerged prehistory in the offshore areas of Britain. The review outlines the development of world-leading methodologies and successful integration of industrial and archaeological working practices. Focusing upon MALSF-financed research, a chronological synthesis of the archaeology and palaeo-landscape reconstructions from large regions of the southern North Sea, English Channel and elements of the west coast encompasses much of the last 1 million years. The wide dissemination and contribution of this research to the understanding of the submerged prehistory of Northwest Europe and Britain is showcased. This substantial body of research serves as an exemplar of best-practice. The MALSF has enabled cross-disciplinary collaboration to better manage, preserve and investigate the finite and internationallyimportant archaeology preserved offshore.
Research in Context, Report