Gufuskálar: An eroding fishing station
Discussing the archaeological site of Gufuskálar on the northern tip of Snæfellsnes peninsula in Iceland.
Rousay, the Egypt of the North: the story from the sea
How Rousay’s surviving archaeology, although eroding, is providing valuable data both on the settlement, and on the process of erosion.
Climate change and the preservation of archaeological sites in Greenland
Archaeological sites in Greenland represent an irreplaceable record of extraordinarily well-preserved material remains covering more than 4000 years of human history.
Communities and Coastal Heritage at Risk
Coastal erosion presents one of the greatest natural threats to cultural heritage.
National Landmarks at Risk Because of Climate Change