News Letter

The CHERISH Project is measuring, mapping and studying threatened coastal heritage sites of Ireland and Wales using range of innovative methods. This ‘tool-kit’ approach merges the disciplines of archaeology, remote sensing, geography, paleoecology, geomorphology, maritime survey, underwater archaeology and geosurveying to understand how climate change is affecting our shared coastlines. Explore the different methods and techniques used by the CHERISH project by clicking on the illustration below or selecting one of the images at the bottom of the page.