Prof Mike Williams, geologist wtih NUI Galway Earth and Ocean Sciences, recording data on the  remains of an oak trackway, estimated to be between 3,700  years old, on the shoreline near Furbo. The trackway was uncovered by last winter’s storms. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

The north Connemara coastline could be one of this island’s richest “time capsules” of life before sea levels rose, according to State archaeologists(...)