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Discoveries at these sites include several Mesolithic settlements and human and animal footprints, and many Bronze Age and Iron Age buildings and wood structures such as trackways and fish traps. He is also involved in a project on in situ monitoring of wetland sites in the Somerset Levels and a cave excavation at Taforalt, Morocco with Prof Nick Barton, Oxford.
Staff Profile:Professor Martin Bell Name: Professor Martin Bell Job Title: Professor in Archaeological Science Responsibilities: Currently on research leave Areas of Interest: Environmental change The prehistory of soil erosion Experimental archaeology Postgraduate Supervision Martin currently supervises a number of postgraduate students: Kirsten Barr: Prehistoric avian, mammalian and H sapiens footpring-tracks from intertidal sediments as evidence of human palaeoecology.
John Brooks: Developing new approaches to human mobility and activity areas using geochemical patterns at British archaeological sites. His publications include: The Mesolithic in Western Britain Second edition The Experimental Earthwork Project Oxford: Oxbow Monograph Brean Down Excavations London: English Heritage Archaeological Report Jump to: