Friday 20th August, 1pm , Adults
Climate Change Lecture Series: The CHERISH project; Understanding climate change impacts on our coastal cultural heritage
Lecture Series: Climate Change in Archaeology
The CHERISH project employs various methodologies to survey and record cultural heritage in the coastal and marine zone in order to map cultural heritage sites, measure the rates of climate induced change, and further archaeological research. This talk focuses in particular on Promontory Forts, looking in particular at counties Dublin, Wexford, Waterford and Kerry. It will explore the various methods that are used to record, survey and further understanding of this common Irish archaeological site.
The sites that will be discussed are Drumanagh (Dublin), Saltee Islands (Wexford), Woodstown (Waterford), Ferriter’s Castle & Promontory Fort; Dun Beag (Kerry).
This talk is by Sandra Henry, the lead Research Archaeologist for the CHERISH project, she is based at the Discovery Programme, Dublin.
It is the fourth session in a series of four talks that will explore Climate Change and Archaeology, exploring how discoveries of archaeological sites and artefacts, and the preservation of archaeological landscapes and built heritage, will be impacted upon by climate change. The talks are being given by members of Climate Change Advisory Group for Built & Archaeological Heritage, and chaired by Nessa O’Connor, Assistant Keeper and archaeologist in the Irish Antiquities Division of the National Museum of Ireland.
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This is the fourth of a series of four lectures on Climate Change in Archaeology hosted by the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
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