State of archaeology in woodland

Principal investigator: Simon Crutchley
Level: Desk based assessment

I work within the Remote Sensing Team at English Heritage. We carry out a number of landscape scale projects analysing the relationship between features recorded from aerial photographs and other remotely sensed data and other information recorded within the national database and regional HERs. For example, I am in the process of drawing up a project to look at the state of archaeology in woodland in terms of its potential and threats following the final report of The Independent Panel on Forestry's published in July. As part of the analysis it would be useful to be able to plot finds as these could help provide potential dating evidence for otherwise undated features in the landscape.

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  • Created: 9 years ago
  • Created by: Daniel Pett

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