Tag Archives: Jersey

Ice Age Island 2015

The Ice Age Island team would like to wish everyone a very happy 2015! We are looking forward to our sixth field season in Jersey and have already begun the planning of what we intend to be our biggest year of fieldwork yet. Working with Jersey Heritage and the Société Jersiaise, we hope to bring […]

Ice Age Island 2014 Go!

This week will see a team of 25 UK academics, scientists and students begin to assemble on Jersey for the 2014 season of Ice Age Island.  This year we have a programme of five weeks of fieldwork aimed at understanding more about Jersey’s deep prehistory and telling the story of it’s ice age past through […]

Low Tide: The hidden Ice Age landscape revealed

La Cotte de St Brelade is a Neanderthal ravine system on the Jersey coastline. However for much of the last 250 years it sat overlooking an open dry landscape of granite and grasslands. Yesterday’s low spring tide allowed us to see much of that open landscape revealed to a dramatic extent. To take advantage we […]