AARGnews 23

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Title:
AARGnews 23
Series
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Series:
AARGnews
Volume
Volume
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Volume:
23
Publication Type
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Publication Type:
Journal
Editor
Editor
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Editor:
Rog Palmer
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Publisher:
Aerial Archaeology Research Group
Year of Publication
Year of Publication
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Year of Publication:
2001
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BIAB (The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB))
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URI: http://aarg.univie.ac.at/
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Created Date:
21 Aug 2007

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Reference record only Anthony Crawshaw
6
Interim report on a continuing project to compare vertical and oblique photography over the same sites at the same time.
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Reference record only Anthony Crawshaw
12
The article reports on the closure of PhotoCD, a commercial service providing digitisation of photographic films, and describes a limited trial of its replacement , Picture CD, and two alternatives with the same resolution as PhotoCD.
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Reference record only David Strachan
13 - 27
Second of a two-part paper on the archaeology of the Stour river valley, aimed at quantifying the extend and nature of the archaeological resource and at developing a long-term programme to enhance understanding and management. The results of the study are outlined in summary, including an examination of a range of enclosure types. Monument complexes and elongated cursus-type monuments are discusses as well as round and long barrows and long mortuary enclosures.
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Reference record only Michael Schönherr
39 - 45
The author describes his development and use of a system using remote-controlled micro-aircraft for aerial photography and archaeological reconnaissance (German data).
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Reference record only Rog Palmer
46 - 47
The article discusses the interpretation of aerial photographs as a means of identifying archaeological features, compared to observations made during flight.
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