Archaeology, Art and Coastal Change
Data from archaeology, heritage features, art, photographs, maps and charts provides both qualitative and quantitative information on coastal evolution.
Eroding coastal heritage in Scotland
Learning from loss
Climate Change and Archaeology
On the Chilkoot Trail in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
How is climate change impacting the archaeological record?
Rising sea levels, storminess, and coastal erosion, among other effects of climate change, pose significant threats to heritage and the environmental archive, resulting in potential losses of knowledge that archaeologist Thomas McGovern compares to the burning of the Great Library of Alexandria.