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Council for British Archaeology (2007) CBA Research Reports [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000332
ISBN 0 900312 29 7
Papers from a symposium held in April 1974. Techniques of remote sensing and survey are treated by R J A Jones and R Evans (factors controlling development of soil and crop marks); D R Wilson (photographic techniques, equipment and procedures), J N Rinker (emulsions), W A Baker (infra-red) and I Scollar (manual or computer transformation of extreme oblique views to maps/plans). In the section on archaeological interpretation, D R Wilson illustrates some pitfalls, and is followed by writers on three different regions: R Agache (N France), C Leva and J J Hus (Belgium - low-level photography and magnetic/electrical checking on the ground of features seen from the air), and H C Bowen (development of landscape in S England). Section III is on availability and use of air-photographic information: J Hampton (organisation in Britain, especially the National Monuments Record), D Baker (relevance to planners) D Benson (Oxford region), C C Taylor (field archaeology) and H Thorpe (documentary and field study of Wormleighton). The need for a central air-photographic interpretation and dissemination centre is put by P J Fowler.
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