Welcome to the CARRA Project

Coastal Archaeological Resources Risk Assessment (CARRA) is an applied research project that addresses the need to identify which coastal archaeological sites in Newfoundland and Labrador are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and how best to respond. It will use a combination of coastal modelling, field observations and published literature to formulate best practices for heritage managers who will need to respond proactively to threatened sites.

The Governments of Canada and Newfoundland and Labrador jointly fund the project, the results of which can be applied to other coastal regions of Canada.


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