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RECENT WORK IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL GEOPHYSICS
TONY CLARK MEMORIAL MEETING
BURLINGTON HOUSE, LONDON, 7TH DECEMBER 2000
Provisional Lecture programme
0930-1000 Registration and Coffee
Introduction. Andrew David
The geoacoustic characteristics of archaeological wood. Justin Dix,
S Arnott,, C Moody, A I Best and D Gregory, University of Southampton.
The archaeological investigation of a medieval battlefield using
geophysical survey instruments. Tim Sutherland, University of Bradford
Spatial analysis of magnetic susceptibility surveys. Armin Schmidt,
University of Bradford
Archaeological geophysical assessment of industrial archaeology
sites: a case study from Keighley, W Yorkshire. Ken Hamilton and Armin
Schmidt, University of Bradford
Mapping and dating iron-working sites - case studies from
prehistoric and medieval Wales. Peter Crew, Bruce Bevan and Tatyana
Smekalova, Plas Tan Y Bwlch., Snowdonia National Park Study Centre.
Magnetic prospection of the largest Early Iron Age settlement on
Roseldorf, Austria. Wolfgang Neubauer, Peter Melichar, Alois
Eder-Hinterleitner, Vienna Institute for Archaeological Science.
Geophysical reconnaissance survey at a North American Industrial
Site: a case study. Ian Bishop, Golder Associates (UK) Ltd.
Ground Penetrating Radar Sequence Stratigraphy, Alastair Ruffell,
Brian Whalley and Alan Robertson, Queens University, Belfast.
Chris Pierce [to be confirmed]
GPR Surveys of Roman buildings. Alois Eder-Hinterleitner, Sirri
Seren, Wolfgang Neubauer and Peter Melichar. Vienna Institute for
Magnetometry of a palace of Qin Shihuang, the first emperor of China
(247-210BC). Joerg Fassbinder, Bavarian State Conservation Office.
Resistivity survey of Capo Long Barrow, Aberdeenshire. Lindsey
Collier, Bruce Hobbs, Tim Neighbour and Richard Strachan.
When is a barrow not a barrow? Adrian Challands.
Time Team geophysics in 2000: a story of two mounds. John Gater,
Chris Gaffney and Sue Ovenden-Wilson, GSB Prospection.
Mapping and dating of iron-working sites on Exmoor. Ross Dean, Gill Juleff,
John Hodgson and Robert Maxwell.
Geophysical surveying in East Anglia. Peter Cott.
Six Roman Sites in South Wales, Stratascan Ltd
Current research into 2D wavenumber processing of archaeological data,
Sam Dodds (Aperio Ltd.) [unconfirmed: Avebury Cove of Westminster Abbey)
Magnetic prospection of the Middle Neolithic circular ditch systems
Pranhartsberg I and II, Austria. Wolfgang Neubauer, Alois
Eder-Hinterleitner, Peter Melichar and Michael Doneus. Vienna Institute of
Geophysical investigations at Butrint, southern Albania. Neil Chroston, Mark
Hounslow and David Bescoby, University of East Anglia. [unconfirmed]
Remote detection of burials using laser spectroscopy. Alastair Ruffell & Co.
Geophysical evaluation of lead and copper working sites. Rob Vernon, Gerry
McDonnell and Armin Schmidt, University of Bradford.
Commercial geophysical equipment and software suppliers have also been
THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO ALL. THERE IS AN ENTRANCE FEE OF £15, PAYABLE ON
ARRIVAL. HOWEVER, ENTRANCE IS FREE TO MEMBERS OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY AND
IS £5.00 FOR NON-MEMBERS WHO ARE STUDENTS. TEA AND COFFEE WILL BE AVAILABLE
BUT LUNCH IS PROVIDED FOR SPEAKERS ONLY.
PROFITS FROM THE MEETING WILL BE DONATED TO THE TONY CLARK MEMORIAL FUND FOR
The Geological Society Rooms are in Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1.
The nearest Tube stations are Piccadilly Circus and Green Park. Entrance to
the meeting will be through the main door that opens directly on to
Piccadilly (next to the Alliance & Leicester). If you arrive late and this
door is closed, please use the intercom at the door to the side of the
premises (first on the right under the arch into the Burlington House
Any queries to: Dr Andrew David, English Heritage Centre for Archaeology,
Fort Cumberland, Eastney, Portsmouth PO4 9LD; tel.: 02392 856764, email:
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