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Durham University

NE Quaternary Association (NEQUA)

Linking Archaeology & Environmental Change in Northumberland

For further information please refer to:

Passmore, D.G. and Waddington, C.  (in press) Archaeology and Environment in Northumberland. Till-Tweed Studies Volume 2. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Passmore, D.G. and Waddington, C. (2009) Managing Archaeological Landscapes in Northumberland: Till-Tweed Studies Volume 1. Oxford, Oxbow Books.

Passmore, D.G., Waddington, C., van der Schriek, T., Davis, B., Tetlow, E., Smith, D. and Cotton, J. (2011). Geoarchaeology and archaeological landscapes in the River Till valley, northern England. In: Brown, A.G., Basell, L.S., and Butzer, K.W. (eds) Geoarchaeology, Climate Change, Sustainability: Geological Society of America Special Paper 476, 117-134.

Waddington, C., Marshall, P. and Passmore, D.G. (2011) Towards Synthesis: Research and Discovery in Neolithic North-East England. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 77: 279–319.