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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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Environmental impact assessment of the impact of emissions on the Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site
An Environmental impact assessment (EIA)for a proposed cement kiln near the Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site required the assessment of the predicted emissions on the Neolithic artwork associated with a number of passage tombs.

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Tonyquin Project
Since 2008 Dr. Charles Mount has been project managing the prehistoric archaeological excavations at Tonyquin, Co. Cavan
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Environmental impact assessment at Nobber , Co. Meath
A proposed development in the vicinity of Nobber required the Environmental impact assessment (EAI) including an historical investigation of the development of the Medieval manor of Nobber.

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Assessment of Protected Structures at Dunsany, Co. Meath
A proposed development near Dunsany, Co. Meath required an assessment of Protected Structures.
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Uncertainty in relation to the environmental impact assessment (EIA) of archaeological heritage
A critical review of what constitutes an allowable degree of uncertainty in relation to the assessment of archaeological heritage within the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process in Ireland

Project presented to University College Dublin in partial fulfilment of the
requirements for the diploma course in EIA and Sea Management 2010
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Archaeological impact assessment at Tawnaghmore, Co. Mayo
The proposed development at Tawnaghmore, Co. Mayo required the completion of a rapid desk-based Archaeological impact assessment (AIA) to accompany a planning applications
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Archaeological impact assessment Forestry Survey
The assessment of a quarry development at Allen, Co. Kildare required the Archaeological impact assessment(AIA)of plantation forestry.
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Ireland in the Bronze Age Book
Dr. Charles Mount is bringing together the many different strands of evidence with the extensive new data produced through fieldwork projects over the last decade in a new book on the Irish Bronze Age.
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Environmental impact assessment and the Church that never was
The environmental impact assessment(EIA)of a waste recovery facility in County Dublin uncovered the case of a church at Kilshane that was a Recorded Monument and a Protected Structure but had never actually existed.
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Environmental impact assessment of Charles Stewart Parnells Quarry at Arklow
The Cultural Heritage section of the environmental impact assessment(EIA)of a quarry at Arklow Co. Wicklow identified its founder as Charles Stewart Parnell.
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Peatland Archaeology
Since 2009 Dr.Charles Mount has been Project Archaeologist with Bord na Mona where he is responsible for overseeing the largest archaeological project currently ongoing in Ireland.
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Visual impact assessment of the Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site
A proposed development at Sheepgrange, Co. Louth required the visual impact assessment of the proposal on the Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site.
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The Environmental impact assessment at Graney, Co. Kildare
A proposed development in Co. Kildare required the Environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the little known Medieval Nunnery of Graney Abbey.
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The original location of the town of Ballysadare, Co. Sligo
An archaeological impact assessment (AIA) of the impact of a new road development lead to the identification of the original location of the town of Ballysadare, Co.Sligo.
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Environmental Impact Assessment at Kilgreany Cave, Co. Waterford
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of a proposed quarry development at Cappagh, near Dungarvan Co. Waterford lead to the discovery of an enclosure next to Kilgreany cave.
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Environmental Impact Assessment of an innovative Geothermal Energy Project at Greenogue, Co. Dublin
In 2010 Dr. Charles Mount prepared the cultural heritage section of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the first Geothermal Energy Plant in Ireland at Greenogue, Co. Dublin.
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