11. General discussion and conclusions
The evidence produced by the evaluation illustrated survival of sites of differing periods to varying extents and revealed evidence of land-use from prehistory to the present day. There appeared to be a preference for early settlement on the sands and gravel terraces by the river Esk with much less settlements on the hard compact clays to the east. The results are discussed chronologically.
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Anderson, Sue, and Richard Strachan. 2010. “11. General Discussion and Conclusions”. Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 44 (January), 108-11. http://journals.socantscot.org/index.php/sair/article/view/2922.