Blog entries in 2021

We encourage everyone involved in the CITiZAN project to contribute to our blog. Whether you're on site monitoring, in a library researching, or conducting oral history projects, we want to hear from you! To submit an article please email your regional CITiZAN Community Archaeologist with your text and up to five images.

How can we tackle climate change?

01/11/2021   |   CITiZAN

As the world focuses on Glasgow and the COP26 summit, CITiZAN examines five crucial ways that coastal and intertidal archaeology can play in helping to shape climate change action.

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The vanishing archaeology of early aviation on the Liverpool Bay coast

01/07/2021   |   Andy Sherman

Ever since the Wright brothers made their famous flight in North Carolina, aviators have been taking of and landing from the beaches north of Liverpool. Much of this activity leaves little trace in the archaeological record today, this blog looks at some of those famous flights and looks at why little trace of them can be found on the ground today.

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22/06/2021   |   Gus Milne

Hastings & hurriedly assembled Second World War defences, 81 years on...

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Understanding and interpreting Coastal Crust defences with CITiZAN

06/05/2021   |   Chris Kolonko

Another chance to join CITiZAN Community Archaeologist Chris Kolonko, to find out what we can learn about Second World War Coastal Crust defences of Lincolnshire through archaeology.

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CITiZAN Launches Reports & Research Outputs Map

27/04/2021   |   Lawrence Northall

CITiZAN launches a new map presenting digital research outputs browseable by location. These include reports, blogs, low tide trails & digital exhibitions.

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