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...pments in Britain over the past 10 years ... Alluvial Archaeology in Europe - Saraiva ... . In this respect, the January 1991 "Archaeology under alluvium: archaeology and the river environment in Britain" conference and published proceedings (Needham ... In November, archaeologists from the Secret of the Ice project, part of Norway's Glacier Archaeology Program, discovered 68 arrows spanning a period of 6,000 years—a record for any frozen archaeological site—on the Langfonne ice patch, an ancient Viking hunting ground. The ﬁndings indicate a strong climat ... The Alluvial Archaeology Of North-West Europe And The ... ... . The ﬁndings indicate a strong climatic link from 4.8ka until today.Unlike ﬂuvial archives from the humid mid-latitudes, semiarid Southwest Mediterranean alluvial archives exhibit phases of increasedﬂuvial dynamics under generally drier conditions.The 14C cumulative probability plot of archeological sites in Mediterranean North Africa indicates correlations with alluvial records.Therefore, prehistoric societies seemed to be very sensitive to past shifts in landscape dynamics. adshelp[at]cfa.harvard.edu The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A This paper takes a retrospective and prospective view of European alluvial archaeology with special reference to developments in Britain over the past 10 years. In this respect, the January 1991 "Archaeology under alluvium: archaeology and the river environment in Britain" conference and published proceedings (Needham and Macklin, 1992), provides a very useful benchmark. South West England (Cornwall and Devon) contains some of the richest and easily accessible alluvial and hard rock tin deposits in European. The other substantial European tin deposits are across a wide area of Northwest Iberia, in Germany/Czech Republic (Erzgebirge) and in Northwest France (Brittany) plus a few minor deposits elsewhere (8). Part I covers the techniques for studying alluvial environments, while Part II reviews the literature on the archaeology of alluvial environments and presents new information on alluviation and site formation in both the British Isles and Mediterranean. Alluvial geoarchaeology: Floodplain archaeology and environmental change Alluvial geoarchaeology: Floodplain archaeology and environmental change Nordt, Lee 1998-06-01 00:00:00 Geoarchaeology: An International Journal, Vol. 13, No. 5, 527â 533 (1998) 1998 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. CCC 0883-6353/98/050527-07 BOOK REVIEWS and along cutbanks and road cuts where the stratigraphy is known and the ... Indeed, in the alluvial formations of the Somme River (as in numerous rive...