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Archaeological impact assessment forestry Survey
The Archaeological impact assessment(AIA)of a quarry development at Allen, Co. Kildare required the assessment of a steeply sloping area planted with dense forestry planted in the 1950s. The fieldwork identified an existing field system that had been planted over by the forestry.


View of a field bank planted over with forestry.


   
Projects
The environmental impact assessment of Cam Quarry, Co. Roscommon
The development of a new quarry at Cam, Co. Roscommon near Athlone lead to the archaeological assessment of an extensive area of pre-modern field systems.
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Brownstown Quarry Project
Since 2003 Dr. Charles Mount has been project managing the multi-period archaeological investigations at Brownstown, Co. Kildare. Summaries of the investigations carried out at the site are appended.
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Archaeological impact assessment of a quarry at Killough, Co. Tipperary
Continuing development at Killough, Co. Tipperary required the archaeological impact assessment (AIA)of the heritage in the surrounding area.
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