n.a., (1983). The impact of aerial reconnaissance on archaeology: dedicated to Professor J K S St Joseph in token of his outstanding contribution to aerial archaeology.

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The impact of aerial reconnaissance on archaeology: dedicated to Professor J K S St Joseph in token of his outstanding contribution to aerial archaeology
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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49
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cba_rr_049.pdf (12 MB) : Download
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Contains: G Webster (viii), Dedication; Editorial preface (ix); J Pickering (pp 1-4), A survey of current air reconnaissance: the achievement, the failure; N D Johnson (5-13), The results of air and ground survey of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall; Paul Everson (14-26), Aerial photography and fieldwork in north Lincolnshire; G S Maxwell (27-40), Recent aerial survey in Scotland; Rog Palmer (41-53), Analysis of settlement features in the landscape of prehistoric Wessex; C C Taylor (54-8), Towards total archaeology? Aerial photography in Northamptonshire; Derrick Riley (59-73), The frequency of occurrence of cropmarks in relation to soils; D Miles (74-84, An integrated approach to the study of ancient landscapes: the Claydon Pike project; J G B Haigh, B K Kisch & M U Jones (85-91), Computer plot and excavated reality [Mucking]; Rowan Whimster (92-105), Aerial reconnaissance from Cambridge: a retrospective view 1945-80; Angela Simco (106-8), The use of air photography: value judgments in archaeological planning; J N Hampton (109-23), Some aspects of interpretation and mapping of archaeological evidence from air photography; Rog Palmer & Derrick Riley (124-7), The publication of air photographic evidence; A J Clark (128-35), The testimony of the topsoil; J C C Romans and L Robertson (136-41), The general effects of early agriculture on the soil profile; P J Fowler (142-8), The still and distant view: two conferences, aerial archaeology, and 'cloud cuckoo land'.
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Gordon S Maxwell
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1983
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0 906780 24 1
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Location - Auto Detected: Northamptonshire
Location - Auto Detected: Cambridge
Location - Auto Detected: Claydon Pike
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Date Of Issue From: 1983
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British Archaeological Abstracts (BAA)
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05 Dec 2008