24 October 2017
Last week I was formally welcomed by Prof. Vince Gaffney on to Europe’s Lost Frontiers Project, a major ERC-funded research project exploring the lost landscapes that were inundated at the end of the last Ice Age. The most well known of these is Doggerland, the submerged land between Britain and NW Europe which was not only a means of access between these two areas, but was actively occupied in the Early Holocene.
The Lost Frontiers Project has assembled an international team of scientists and innovators. I’ve joined the team as an archaeological geophysicist and I’m hoping to create new high resolution maps of European submerged landscapes using a suite of techniques.