Marine Aggregates and Archaeology
Management of the historic environment
Between 2008-10 Joe Flatman undertook two strategic reviews of the state of the management of marine aggregates in relation to archaeology on behalf of English Heritage, funded via the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund (ALSF).
In addition to his work at the Institute of Archaeology, Joe is also currently Heritage Conservation Team Manager at Surrey County Council and is responsible for providing strategic planning advice at the national, regional and county level and, in collaboration with team members, providing a focus for archaeological activity in Surrey.
- with J. Doeser 2010 The International Management of Marine Aggregates and its Relation to Maritime Archaeology, The Historic Environment 1(2): 160-84.
J. Short, J. Doeser and E. Lee (eds.) 2008 ALSF
Dissemination Project 2002-07 Benchmark Report: Sustainable Heritage –
Aggregates Extraction and the Historic Environment. London: UCL Centre for
Applied Archaeology, on behalf of English Heritage.
- James Doeser (ASE consultant)
- Jo Short (formerly of ASE)
- Ed Lee (EH)