Reports the results of a 1975 excavation and subsequent metal-detecting activity, field walking and aerial reconnaissance, and describes fieldwork undertaken since 1995. Includes maps, aerial and site photographs, and the research design. From the University of Southampton.
Aims to record, conserve and interpret the historic environment. Includes an E-Map Explorer that enables the user to explore the changing landscape by comparing aerial photographs and historical maps on the web.
University of Bristol course offers training in practical and theoretical approaches, including prehistoric and historical landscapes, surveying, earthwork surveys, GIS and geophysics. Includes information about admissions and fees, contact details and links to related departments.
A one-year postgraduate course at the University of Sheffield. Training is given in the recognition of cultural landscapes and field monuments, and in a range of recording techniques. Includes details of application procedure, fees and funding.
An inter-disciplinary project aiming to understand the history of settlement, subsistence, and trade in the Willaumez Peninsula beginning from earliest colonization up to the recent past, directed by Dr Robin Torrence from the Australian Museum. Includes publications and annual fieldwork reports.
Examination of the southern Sevan Lake region of Armenia, describing comparison and integration of thematic maps with archaeological data. Includes 3D representation and elevation profiles. From the International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.