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About the Author
Tom Dawson is a Principal Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews. Since coming to Scotland in 2000, his two main research interests have been the management of heritage sites at risk from coastal erosion and the integration of archaeological work undertaken by communities with that of academics and professionals. He has managed two community initiatives, Shorewatch and the Scotland's Coastal Heritage at Risk Project, winner of two British Archaeological Awards in 2014 and has published widely on coastal and community archaeology, and is the editor of Coastal Archaeology and Erosion in Scotland
Courtney Nimura is a researcher at the Institute of Archaeology and a Junior Research Fellow at Wolfson College, University of Oxford where she works on projects relating to prehistoric art. She has published on a wide variety of subjects that revolve around her main research interests including rock art, European Bronze and Iron Age art, and coastal and intertidal archaeology. She has served on the board of the Nautical Archaeology Society since 2009, during which time she has been involved in coastal and intertidal archaeology education and training and has worked on a variwety of public archaeology projects.
Elías López-Romero currently holds a Junior Chair in Neolithic Societies at the La Sc Ar Bx Cluster of Excellence, Université de Bordeaux, France. His research focuses on the megalithic monuments and landscapes of the European Atlantic façade, landscape archaeology, and coastal and island archaeology. He has carried out fieldwork and research on these topics in Spain, Portugal, France and Britain and is author of a wide range of publications.
Marie-Yvane Daire is senior researcher in the National Centre for Scientific Research, CNRS, France, and is affiliated with the Centre de Recherche en Archéologie, Archéosciences, Histoire (CRe AAH) research team in Rennes. She has extensive experience with the coastal archaeology on the Channel and Atlantic facade of Europe, has led several national and international projects and has a particular interest in interdisciplinary issues such as the place of heritage regarding coastal changes and Integrated Coastal Zone Management She has published widely on coastal and island archaeology.