Using Imagery to Identify the Historical Character of Watercourses - The Dorset Stour

In April 2017 Historic England commissioned Coastal & Geotechnical Services to undertake a study, which will examine how imagery from the late 18th century up to 1960 can support our understanding of the historic character of watercourses, and thereby encourage and revitalise protection and management of heritage sites within river catchments from source to sea.     The Study, which will focus on the Dorset Stour catchment, is being undertaken by Professor Robin McInnes OBE, who has a particular experience of the interpretation and use of historical images (paintings, watercolours, prints and old photographs).

Coastal & Geotechnical Services have just published their first Newletter which can be read by following the link below which gives more information and further links to their website

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