TerraSAgE is funded by the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) from 2020-2022. Background Terraces are prominent features in agricultural landscapes across the world. Several terraced landscapes are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including terraces for olive and vine cultivation … Read More
10 years experience in field- and analytical-based geological, applied and strategic research. Extensive field experience in the UK, Mediterranean, Greenland and Africa. Proficient in Structural Geology, Basin Analysis, Sedimentology, Geochronology.
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The Storegga Event, which triggered a tsunami reflected in sediment deposits in the northern North Sea, northeast coastlines of the British Isles and across the North Atlantic, was a major event during this transgressive phase. The spatial extent of the … Read More
Recent fieldwork and analysis have revealed evidence for 20 or more massive shafts at Durrington Walls, measuring more than 10 metres in diameter and 5 metres deep. These shafts form a circle that encloses an area greater than 3 square … Read More
Accurately dating the creation and development of earthwork features is a long-standing problem for archaeologists. In Antiquity 94, Vervust et al. used optically stimulated luminescence profiling and dating (OSL-PD) to assess whether field boundaries at Bosigran (Cornwall, UK) were prehistoric … Read More
Antiquity, 87, p. 1104-1123. Tim’s contribution to this project involved the construction of the cultural and natural sediment chronologies at the Lumbini UNESCO World Heritage Temple Site, the Birthplace of Lord Buddha, and at Tilaurokot, the childhood home of the … Read More
This work was undertaken whilst Tim was an undergraduate of the University of St Andrews, and subsequently, whilst he was employed as laboratory technician on the Carnegie Trust Project ‘Geochronology and geodynamics of Scottish granitoids from the late Neoproterozoic break-up … Read More