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Webinar Archaeological Assessment of Hollandse Kust (noord) Wind Farm Zone (HKNWFZ)

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    09-05-2019 12:30:00 09-05-2019 14:00:00 Europe/Amsterdam Webinar Archaeological Assessment of Hollandse Kust (noord) Wind Farm Zone (HKNWFZ) Introduction: Robert van Lil (Periplus Archeomare) will guide you through the archaeological assessment of the geophysical survey results of HKN.   A panel of the following experts: Seger van den Brenk (Periplus Archeomare), Bjorn Smit (RCE), and Cynthia Mors (Netherlands Enterprise Agency, RVO.nl) will be present to answer any questions on the archaeological assessment of the HKNWFZ. Supplier: Periplus Archeomare Results of this archaeological assessment: Periplus Archeomare's analysis... noreply DD-MM-YYYY
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By WOZ_RVO.nl 11 days ago
09-05-2019 12:30
09-05-2019 14:00

Introduction: Robert van Lil (Periplus Archeomare) will guide you through the archaeological assessment of the geophysical survey results of HKN.  

A panel of the following experts: Seger van den Brenk (Periplus Archeomare), Bjorn Smit (RCE), and Cynthia Mors (Netherlands Enterprise Agency, RVO.nl) will be present to answer any questions on the archaeological assessment of the HKNWFZ.

Supplier: Periplus Archeomare

Results of this archaeological assessment: Periplus Archeomare's analysis of the geophysical survey concluded that at HKNWFZ there are six visible objects at the surface and five known covered objects with a possible archaeological value.

Besides, a number of magnetic anomalies have been observed, that cannot conclusively be related to known pipelines and cables, or visible objects at the seabed surface. They are related to unknown ferrous objects buried in the seabed. 35 ferrous objects have resulted in anomalies of 50nT and more. Those objects are considered to be of possible archaeological value.  

The company's report suggests a buffer zone of 100 m should be applied around the abovementioned six visible objects, the five covered objects and the thirty-five ferrous objects with anomalies over 50nT, as long as the archaeological value of those objects has not been determined.

The HKNWFZ is positioned north of the paleo-river valley. In situ prehistoric sites are therefore not likely to be affected by the wind farm installation and additional research is not considered necessary.

The reports of this study: Are published on: https://offshorewind.rvo.nl/obstructionsnh

Preparations webinar: Please register at least one day in advance at woz@rvo.nl. You will receive a login code for the webinar

Please read the instructions prior to the webinar, in order to be prepared to ask questions.

The webinar will be held on an anonymous internet platform, so your questions will not be

traceable to you or your company.