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AL109E Land Use History and Recording (2022/2023)

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AL109E Land Use History and Recording (2022/2023)

Delivery Method: Online  

Worldwide, agricultural landscapes and rural habitats have seen a dramatic decline in their biodiversity. Understanding and recording historic land use while managing archaeological and other heritage assets is now an integral part of sustainable, modern field conservation and zero carbon land use regimes. 

Course Code

AL109E (2023)

Course Leader

Jemma Bezant
Course Description

Worldwide, agricultural landscapes and rural habitats have seen a dramatic decline in their biodiversity. Understanding and recording historic land use while managing archaeological and other heritage assets is now an integral part of sustainable, modern field conservation and zero carbon land use regimes. 
This course will be of interest to students who wish to better understand archaeological features in the landscape and how management of the historic environment, within a statutory framework, needs to be considered, alongside the natural environment and zero carbon policy.  
The course provides a guide to the principle forms of evidence for ancient and historical settlement, agriculture, land use and other forms of rural activity. The course will draw on old maps, estate rentals, agricultural censuses and archaeological data as well as real-world case studies. Spatial analysis through digital mapping will give students directly-applicable skills that can be taken forward into post-education employment. This is an optional module for the Diploma.  

StartEndPlaces LeftCourse Fee 
Public
12/10/202207/12/20220£110.00[Read More]
AU Staff
12/10/202207/12/20220[Read More]
AU full-time Student
12/10/202207/12/20220[Read More]

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