The Swedish utility is in the process of surveying an area of North Sea seabed in connection with its project Norfolk Boreas, and archaeologists working for the company have made an unusual discovery, reports Vattenfall in a press statement.
"It is common that wind farm development – on and offshore – uncovers Britain's hidden history but important finds like these are exceptionally rare. When it does it happen, it's important to let science take its course and allow a full analysis of the evidence. Most fascinating is trying to understand what the data can tell us about how warming over 10,000 years ago affected the landscape and the seascape in the North Sea, and what impacts we might expect from global warming now."
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