Creating records of eruptive events through time is incredibly important; these records can give us a huge wealth of information about the history of a volcano. The knowledge we can gain from eruptive records is critical to understanding what hazards a volcano may pose in the future, including: how often the volcano erupts, the style… Read More Secrets of the sea: what can submarine sediments tell us about volcanoes?
A summary of the excavations and analysis from the internationally important Late Upper Palaeolithic site of Farndon Fields has been published in the latest edition of the Prehistoric Society newsletter, PAST. The article is written by Dr Michael Grant, COARS, and Phil Harding, Wessex Archaeology and Channel 4’s Time Team. Recent excavations, as part of… Read More Farndon Fields Late Upper Palaeolithic Site
Dr Michael Grant, alongside colleagues from Geography and Environment, have published a new research article in the Journal of Quaternary Science entitled “Climatic influence upon early to mid-Holocene fire regimes within temperate woodlands: a multi-proxy reconstruction from the New Forest, southern England”. The article features combined pollen, charcoal and palaeoclimatic records from the site of Cranes… Read More Climatic influence upon early to mid-Holocene fire regimes