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Good Practice in Archaeological Diagnostics: Non-invasive Survey of Complex Archaeological Sites (Natural Science in Archaeology) [Hardcover]

Cristina Corsi , Bozidar Slapsak , Frank Vermeulen

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Remote sensing.- Vertical Aerial photography.- Oblique Aerial photography.- Lidar.- Airborne Multispectral techniques ( Radar, UV, IR, …).- Non-airborne Multispectral techniques.- Geophysics.- Magnetometer survey.- Earth resistance survey.- GPR.- Integrating geophysics and ground truthing.- Interpretation and guidelines for reporting.- Traditional topographic surveys.- Intra-site artifact surveys.- Surveying and scanning standing architecture.- Stratigraphic control via minimal interventions: coring, test-pits….- Geomatics and geomorphology.- DEM production and topography without IMAGES.- Geomorphological analysis.- Interpretation, visualisation and site management.- Integration of complex survey data.- Management of research and heritage values.- Virtual site presentation.- International guidelines for virtual archaeology. The Seville Principles.- the European “networks of Excellence” on Digital and Virtual Museums.- Implementing best practise in Cultural heritage visualisation: the London Charte.- 3D reconstructions of ancient townscapes: the production process.- Conclusions.

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