Coastal Change and Archaeology, an Example from Orkney

Coastal Change and Archaeology, an Example from Orkney


A Youtube Video, uploaded on Feb 20, 2012 by: CostAdapt.

The CostAdapt Project is a transnational EU Northern Periphery Programme funded project concerning local communities adaptation to climate change at the coast.

Professor Andrew Cooper, University of Ulster, narrates this short CoastAdapt video about coastal erosion and archaeology using Orkney as an example.

Filming and editing by Vincent O’Callaghan on behalf of the University of Ulster’s, School Of Media, Film & Journalism.

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