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New Members of the Geoarchaeology and Environmental Team

GeoServices is pleased to welcome two additions to the Geoarchaeology and Environmental Team
Dr Alex Brown and Dr Ines Lopez Doriga.


Alex is an experienced geoarchaeologist and environmental archaeologist, as well as a respected academic, having lectured and presented widely at conferences, including internationally. He has spent the decade since his PhD undertaking a wide range of projects, both in Britain – particularly around the Severn Estuary – and across Europe where he has been co-directing sites in Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Hungary and Spain as part of the Ecology of Crusading project funded by the European Research Council. Alex joins the team in the role of Senior Geoarchaeologist. 


Ines is an experienced archaeobotanist and environmental archaeologist, who has most recently been working alongside Historic England in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site. Her PhD focused on the Mesolithic and Neolithic exploitation of plant resources in Atlantic Iberia. She has worked on a range of cave, open-air, rural and urban sites, from Middle Palaeolithic to post-medieval date, across the Iberian Peninsula, Patagonia, South-West Asia, as well as in Britain. Ines joins the team in the role of Environmental Archaeologist.


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