Appendix 1: sources of aerial photography
(Aerial Photography (Vertical only) sources arranged alphabetically by country).
An archive of aerial photographs of archaeological sites is available from the Aerial Archive at the Institute for Prehistory and Protohistory (Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte) at the University of Vienna. Contact Michael Doneus at Michael.Doneus@univie.ac.at for more information.
GeoConnections Discovery Portal — formerly Canadian Earth Observation Network (CEONET). Offers a very large website with a variety of data archives and spatial databases. Aerial photography has been collected from a wide variety of agencies and companies in Canada and beyond.
There is an extensive archive of aerial photographs covering the Republic of Slovenia. 1:20,000 vertical photographs can be obtained from the Ministry of the Environment, Spatial Planning and Energy (Ministrstvo za Okolje, Prostor in Energijo), and newer 1:17,500 (and larger) photographs are also available.
National aerial photography coverage for the UK is available from the following organisations. If they do not have what you’re looking for, they can probably point you in the right direction:
English Heritage National Monuments Record
John Sinclair House
16 Bernard Terrace
|Welsh OfficeRegister of Air Photographs
Room G-003, Crown Offices