Monthly Archives: November 2009

Caves – The Facts and The Folklore

Fine below a Press Release for the Irish Cave Archaeology Project. Over 700 caves are dotted across the limestone regions of Ireland and may hold archaeological secrets dating back as far as 10,000 years.  An exciting new project run by leading cave archaeologist, Dr Marion Dowd of IT Sligo, is set to explore and document […]
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Rescue Practice, Co. Clare

The next ICRO major rescue practice will be on Saturday, 5th December 2009 in Co. Clare. We meet in the ICRO Doolin Rescue Store at 9:30 a.m. All members of ICRO who hold appropriate insurance (e.g. FFS, BMC) are welcome to attend. Please bring SRT & caving gear. This rescue will have particular focus on […]
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PhD studentship: Cave Archaeology in North West England

Applications are invited for a PhD studentship in the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology at Liverpool John Moores University (£13,290 per year plus EU tuition fees). Candidates are expected to hold a good Honours (first class or upper second class) or Masters degree in archaeology, Quaternary science or a related subject.
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Postponement of BCL Assessment – 14th November 2009

Please note that the BCL Assessment scheduled for the 14th November has been postponed to a date in the spring, (not yet fixed). If you or your colleagues are intending to apply for assessment, log books must be submitted on or before the date as laid out. This is to facilitate stage one of the […]
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