NSGG Meeting on Recent Work in Archaeological Geophysics, 4th December 2012


Near surface geophysical techniques are now a well established tool for the evaluation of archaeological sites from their initial discovery to subsequent interpretation and management. However, this success has brought new challenges with ever larger areas needing to be surveyed rapidly and greater demands to characterise buried remains without excavation meaning ongoing improvement of techniques and methodologies is necessary. Meanwhile exciting new archaeological discoveries continue to be made with geophysics and it is valuable to share these with colleagues.

This was the tenth in a succession of biennial meetings in which contributors present and debate the results of recent research and case studies.

There was an excellent response to our call for papers and the meeting programme (0.08Mb PDF) and abstracts booklet (10.8Mb PDF) are available for download.

Some of the presenters at the meeting have kindly made their presentations available for download as PDF files

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

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