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Alison Deegan is an independent consultant, specialising in large-scale, detailed and accurate air photo mapping and LiDAR analysis for integration with the results of other archaeological remote sensing, ground and desk-based investigations. She has extensive experience of identifying and interpreting archaeological remains dating from the Neolithic to the Twentieth Century and of analysing multi-period landscapes in a GIS environment.



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Deegan, A (1997) 'Stanley Main North Yorkshire Aerial photographic Assessment and Mapping'.
Deegan, A (2000) 'Air Photo Mapping & interpretation of land around Barnsdale Bar Quarry Southern extension, Norton, S Yorks'.
Deegan, A (2004) 'Air Photo Evaluation: A1 Dishforth to Barton, N Yorkshire Improvements'.
Deegan, A (2012) 'Air photo mapping and interpretation for land at and around Wiggin Hill Farm, Cambridgeshire'. Report No. 1213006

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