Flemming, Nicholas *
Nicholas Flemming is a marine geo-archaeologist from the Institute of Oceanography at the University of Southampton. He has written extensively on prehistoric underwater archaeology(a). In 1985 he published a paper entitled Ice Ages and Human Occupation of the Continental Shelf (f).
Flemming has also investigated the subject of sea-level changes , particularly in the Mediterranean(b). A more localised study of sea-level changes around Malta during the Holocene has been produced by an Italian team led by Stefan Furlani(c).
When Graham Hancock published, Underworld  in 2002, it was followed by a TV programme, Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age, which was based on it. The latter evoked a highly critical review(e) by Flemming, who has written widely on maritime matters including sea-level changes and sunken cities. Hancock wrote an equally strong response(d) to this.
(b) (PDF) Humanity and a Million Years of Sea Level Change – Go to http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/humanity-and-a-million-years-of-sea-level-change (researchgate.net) *