PALAEOENVIRONMENT IN WALES
The interaction between people and the environment has
been critical in all periods, and this is brought into sharp
focus by the modern challenges of climate change. Our knowledge
of climate and vegetation from pollen, bone, seeds or invertebrate
remains varies considerably, and it is essential to take
every opportunity to collect such material, for example
from waterlogged deposits and archaeological investigations
undertaken through the planning process. Environmental evidence
has the potential to address key questions.
The following are extracts/summaries of the key priorities
identified for the period. For the full text, click on the
All Wales Final Document link below.