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New ENDURE publications on threats of bottom trawling to UCH

ENDURE researchers have published two chapters in the new open access book 'Threats to Our Ocean Heritage: Bottom Trawling'.


This collection book focuses on the destruction of our Ocean Heritage from bottom trawling. It brings together the natural and cultural sides of the marine environment to further our understanding of the importance of this heritage, how it is threatened by activities such as bottom trawling, and provides recommendations, such as a moratorium in particularly vulnerable areas that are currently unprotected. It is a unique publication in integrating cultural heritage into a discussion where the primary focus has been the destruction of natural heritage.


Read the two chapters from ENDURE researchers:


Majcher, J., Quinn, R., Andersen, G.N., Gregory, D. (2024). Wreck Sites as Systems Disrupted by Trawling. In: Jarvis, C. (eds) Threats to Our Ocean Heritage: Bottom Trawling. SpringerBriefs in Archaeology(). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-57953-0_5


Ferrari, B., Firth, A., Gregory, D., Sanger, L. (2024). Underwater Cultural Heritage and Fishing Communities: Safeguarding Heritage and Safeguarding Fishers. In: Jarvis, C. (eds) Threats to Our Ocean Heritage: Bottom Trawling. SpringerBriefs in Archaeology(). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-57953-0_7








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