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Stratascan Ltd is a geophysical survey contracting company centrally based within the UK close to the attractive riverside town of Upton-upon-Severn in South Worcestershire. This allows easy access to all areas of England and Wales via the motorway network. The company operates from a converted barn set within a vineyard. This forms an attractive setting for the collation and interpretation of all the data gathered in the field.Amongst the techniques we offer is the capability to collect around 15ha of magnetic survey data per day. Our multi-frequency, multi-channel radar system allows high density data sweeps to be gathered. This is primarily for use in underground utility mapping and engineering applications, and can also be used for archaeology.Since our establishment in 1990 we have built a reputation as one of the leaders in shallow geophysics with applications in archaeological prospection, engineering and environmental assessments of green and brown field sites, underground utility mapping and forensic investigations.Our knowledgeable and experienced staff has been drawn together from archaeological, engineering and geological backgrounds to form a team of specialists that can respond to the diverse requirements of site investigation.



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Anon, (1995) 'A Report for St Albans Museums on a Geophysical Survey carried out on M1 Field Evaluation J8-9'.
Barker, P Mercer, E (1999) 'A Geophysical Survey carried out at Elstow Storage Depot Bedfordshire'.
Anon, (2001) 'Geophysical Survey: Norton Bottoms Quarry, Stapleford, Lincolnshire'.
Sabin, D (2004) 'St John the Baptist Church, Ashbrittle, Somerset'. J1861
Elks, D (2004) 'Buckfast Abbey'. J1860
Donaldson, KT (2004) 'A24 Horsham to Capel, West Sussex, Surrey'. J1834
Donaldson, K (2004) 'Triangle Site, South Marston, Swindon'. 1934
Heard, H (2004) 'Roodee, Chester'. 1923
Heard, H (2004) 'Ashby Parva - Northern Area'. 1917
Heard, H (2004) 'Staverton Marina, Wiltshire'. 1905
Brown, L Donaldson, KT (2004) 'Wellington Road, Raunds, Northamptonshire'. 1926
Donaldson, K (2004) 'Soundborough Farm, Sevenhampton, Gloucestershire'. 1928
Sabin, D (2004) 'Colchester Visual Arts Facility'. J1893
Elks, D (2004) 'Caludon Castle School, Coventry'. J1883
Donaldson, K (2004) 'North Killingholme, Grimsby, Lincolnshire'. J1874
Donaldson, K (2004) 'Middleton and Oakgrove, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire'. 1895
Donaldson, K (2004) 'Whippingham, Isle of Wight'. 1942
Elks, D (2004) 'St Mary's Churchyard, Bromley by Bow'. J1880
Sabin, D (2004) 'Cockshoot Farm, Wichenford, Worcestershire'. J1920
Heard, H (2004) 'Kit's Coty Farm, Kent'. 1903
Hannah, H (2005) 'Harvey's Foundry'. J2081
Elks, D (2005) 'Ruislip Manor Farm'. J1960
Smalley, R (2005) 'Higher Newham Farm, Truro'. J2059
Heard, H (2005) 'Geophysical Survey Report, Area H17, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire'. J2095
Smalley, R (2005) 'Rugeley Eastern Bypass, Staffs'. J2098
Heard, H (2005) 'Geophysical Survey Report, Biddulph Old Hall, Biddulph, Staffordshire'. J2058

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