BSc (Hons) Archaeology, MSc, Archaeological Prospection
Martin has almost 25 years experience of researching historic extractive industries and in that time he has amassed a considerable level of knowledge. He has also worked on a range of archaeological projects ranging from the prehistoric to modern. He has a consistent record of published work over the last 10 years mainly relating to mining and mining landscapes produced for a range of publications. In addition he is a regular speaker at conferences both in the UK and Europe. He has written nationally adopted guidelines for underground recording now quoted in English Heritage policy documents. He has also focussed substantial parts of both his undergraduate and post graduate studies on the theory and practice of recording underground archaeology and integrating it with surface sites.