Fulfilment services in geoarchaeology

Soils are not only preserve the cultural record of past ages but are also important archives of former land use. Eroded surfaces, re-deposited sediments or pedogenic processes, for example, indicate anthropogenic environmental change. In turn, landscape change can be reflected in cultural actions. Soils and sediments are therefore important and valuable archives of cultural history.

GEOarch comprises support in

  • Distribution, conservation and protection of known and unknown cultural resources housed in soils and sediments
  • Interpretation of the archaeological record in the context of soil and landscape development
  • Reconstruction of palaeo-environmental conditions

GEOarch offers an expertise network of experienced experts and research institutions with a broad spectrum of methods and professional services in geoarchaeology.


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