Signal analysis of GPR data of voids in archaeology

T Campbell, J. M. Tealby, Antonios Giannopoulos

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Voids in archaeology tend to be found under hard surfaces (concrete, stone slabs) in buildings, e.g. churches, and under roads, e .g. roman drains. This makes them difficult to survey with more established techniques like resistivity and magnetometry, as probe insertion is impossible - special transducers would have to be used - and there is generally too much metal in an urban environment to carry out a successful magnetometry survey [Rodwell, 1989].
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 1993
Event55th EAEG Meeting - Stavanger, Norway
Duration: 7 Jun 199311 Jun 1993


Conference55th EAEG Meeting


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