Research by N. V. Campbell Bannerman
My research stems from a desire to understand the changing North Wales coast line with special reference to the Bronze Age when the area was the focus of extensive copper mining at several sites. The time scale of the studies extends from the end of the last glacial period some 16,000 B.P. to the present day. The methodology involves using dateable man-made and natural structures as datum points for measurement. The ability to accurately plot the evolution of coastlines and changing sea-levels has extremely significant relevance to both historians and planners.
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Background image: Dr Cecil Jones Cemlyn-Jones research fellow School of Ocean Science, Menai Bridge at Gorad Gwyrfai Fish Weir.