Trent Valley GeoArchaeology
Objectives of the GroupTrent Valley GeoArchaeology is a group of organisations and individuals with interests and involvement in the archaeology and palaeoenvironments of the Trent Valley, the River Trent and its tributaries.
Currently, the group includes officer representatives from Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Staffordshire County Councils, representatives from Nottingham, Manchester, Leeds, Leicester and Loughborough Universities, representatives from English Heritage, the Environment Agency and the Quarry Products Association, and some individuals.
The Groupís objectives are to:
The Group has agreed a research agenda for the Trent Valley. This is the relationship between people and the river, and the reconstruction of past environments and the development of the landscape, through depositional processes and anthropogenic change, in addition to the traditional concerns about site types, settlement patterns, economy and chronology, in order to enable the sustainable use of the valley today.
Through its membership and its declared aims and objectives Trent Valley GeoArchaeology interdigitates with other wide area environmental management initiatives and programmes in the Trent Valley and its hinterlands.
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