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A new view from La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey

Did Neanderthal hunters drive mammoth herds over cliffs in mass kills? Excavations at La Cotte de St Brelade in the 1960s and 1970s uncovered heaps of mammoth bones, interpreted as evidence of intentional hunting drives. New study of this Middle Palaeolithic coastal...

Temporal patterns of dolphins across the Channel Islands

Despite many high profile cetacean species receiving considerable scientific and media attention, isolated and residential populations can often be overlooked. This lack of understanding on a local level can hinder conservation measures that seek to improve the status...

Jersey: The development of an island cultural strategy

In 2005 Jersey’s government approved a ‘Cultural Strategy’ document. This paper traces how the Cultural Strategy document was developed and offers an analysis of what its contents mean for Jersey’s cultural identity and cultural organisations. The author looks at the...