Richard Hewitt holds a BSc from University College, London, UK (Archaeology, 1997), a Master's degree from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK (Archaeology and GIS, 2006), and a PhD from the University of Alcalá, Spain (Geographical Information Technologies, 2014). He worked for over 10 years as a commercial archaeologist in the UK. He now works as an applied researcher in land use science and environmental sustainability. His main research areas currently relate to land use and environmental modelling, but he continues to be involved in archaeological research. His work is largely integrative and collaborative in nature, and he welcomes collaboration in any of his key areas of interest.
Hewitt, R. J., Pera, F. A., García-Martín, M., Gaudry-Sada, K. H., Hernández-Jiménez, V., & Bieling, C. (2020). Mapping Adolescents’ Sense of Place and Perceptions of Change in an Urban–Rural Transition Area. Environmental Management, 1-21.
Otto, I. M., Donges, J. F., Cremades, R., Bhowmik, A., Hewitt, R. J., Lucht, W., ... & Lenferna, A. (2020). Social tipping dynamics for stabilizing Earth’s climate by 2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117(5), 2354-2365.
Hewitt, R. J., Parfitt, S. A., & Wenban-Smith, F. F. (2018). Rose diagrams and statistical tests for archaeological orientation data: a case applied to the Southfleet Road Elephant site, Ebbsfleet, UK. https://doi.org/10.31235/osf.io/f2vzs
Hewitt, R., Van Delden, H., & Escobar, F. (2014). Participatory land use modelling, pathways to an integrated approach. Environmental Modelling & Software, 52, 149-165.
Parfitt, S.A., Bello, S.M, Stewart, J.R., Hewitt, R.J., Herridge, V.L., and Wenban-Smith, FF (2013) Chapter 8. The elephant skeleton and the question of human exploitation. In Wenban-Smith, F. F. (Ed.). (2013). The Ebbsfleet Elephant: Excavations at Southfleet Road, Swanscombe in Advance of High Speed 1, 2003-4. Oxford: Oxford Archaeology.