Nigel Nayling
Nigel Nayling
Professor of Archaeology, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Everyday ethics in community-based participatory research
S Banks, A Armstrong, K Carter, H Graham, P Hayward, A Henry, ...
Knowledge Mobilisation and Social Sciences, 97-111, 2016
Excavations on Copa Hill, Cwmystwyth (1986-1999): an early Bronze Age copper mine within the uplands of Central Wales
S Timberlake
BAR Publishing, 2003
Oxygen stable isotope ratios from British oak tree-rings provide a strong and consistent record of past changes in summer rainfall
GHF Young, NJ Loader, D McCarroll, RJ Bale, JC Demmler, D Miles, ...
Climate Dynamics 45, 3609-3622, 2015
Excavaciones en Salango, provincia de Manabí, Ecuador
P Norton, R Lunnis, N Nayling
Miscelánea Antropológica Ecuatoriana 3 (3), 9-72, 1983
The Newport Medieval Ship, Wales, United Kingdom
N Nayling, T Jones
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 43 (2), 239-278, 2014
Central England temperature since AD 1850: the potential of stable carbon isotopes in British oak trees to reconstruct past summer temperatures
GHF Young, RJ Bale, NJ Loader, D McCarroll, N Nayling, N Vousden
Journal of Quaternary Science 27 (6), 606-614, 2012
The Barland's Farm Romano-Celtic Boat
N Nayling, S McGrail
Research Report Series, 2004
Dendrochronological dating and provenancing of timbers from the Arade 1 Shipwreck, Portugal
M Domínguez‐Delmás, N Nayling, T Ważny, V Loureiro, C Lavier
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 42 (1), 118-136, 2013
The Magor Pill Medieval Wreck
N Nayling
CBA Research Reports, 1998
A multi‐disciplinary approach to the archaeological investigation of a bedrock‐dominated shallow‐marine landscape: an example from the Bay of Firth, Orkney, UK
MR Bates, N Nayling, R Bates, S Dawson, D Huws, C Wickham‐Jones
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 42 (1), 24-43, 2013
Iberian Dendrochronology and the Newport Medieval Ship
N Nayling, J Susperregi
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 43 (2), 279-291, 2014
Excavations at Caldicot, Gwent: Bronze Age palaeochannels in the lower Nedern valley
N Nayling, A Caseldine
Council for British Archaeology, 1997
Barland's Farm, Magor, Gwent: a Romano-Celtic boat
N Nayling, D Maynard, S McGrail
Antiquity 68 (260), 596-603, 1994
Additive manufacturing for archaeological reconstruction of a medieval ship
SP Soe, DR Eyers, T Jones, N Nayling
Rapid Prototyping Journal 18 (6), 443-450, 2012
Selecting and sampling shipwreck timbers for dendrochronological research: practical guidance
M Domínguez‐Delmás, S Rich, A Daly, N Nayling, K Haneca
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 48 (1), 231-244, 2019
The personal is still political: Museums, participation and copyright
H Graham, R Mason, N Nayling
museum and society 11 (2), 105-121, 2013
Shipwrecks and Provenance: In-situ timber sampling protocols with a focus on wrecks of the Iberian shipbuilding tradition
SA Rich, A Crespo Solana, G Momber, N Nayling
Archaeopress, 2018
Digitally reconstructing the newport medieval ship: 3d designs and dynamic visualisations for recreating the original hull form, loading factors, displacement and sailing …
T Jones, N Nayling, P Tanner
ACUA Underwater Archaeology Proceedings, 123-129, 2013
44. Three-Dimensional Recording and Hull Form Modelling of the Newport (Wales) Medieval Ship
N Nayling, T Jones
Medieval and later fish weirs at Magor Pill, Gwent Levels: coastal change and technological development
N Nayling
Archaeology in the Severn estuary 10 (1999), 99-113, 1999
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