The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain Project (AHOB) funded by the Leverhulme Trust began in 2001 and brought together researchers from a range of disciplines with the aim of investigating the record of human presence in Britain from the earliest occupation until the end of the last Ice Age, about 12, 000 years ago. Study of changes in climate, landscape and biota over the last million years provides the environmental backdrop to understanding human presence and absence together with the development of new technologies. This book brings together the multidisciplinary work of the project. The chapters present the results of new fieldwork and research on old sites from museum collections using an array of new analytical techniques. Features an up-to-date treatment of the record of human presence in the British Isles during the Palaeolithic period (700, 000 - 10, 000 years before present) Takes multidisciplinary approach that includes archaeology, geochemistry, geochronology, stratigraphy and sedimentology Coincides with the culmination of the AHOB project in 2010, providing a benchmark statement on the record of human occupation in Britain that can be utilized and tested by future researchThe low sea-level character of MIS 7 favoured the expansion and maintenance of steppe-tundra environments, with a ... Kuhn (2006) (following Palmer, 1991) has suggested a useful means of characterising the adaptive behaviour ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain|
|Author||:||Nick Ashton, Simon Lewis, Chris Stringer|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2010-11-12|