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Content EAC Occasional paper 5

Foreword
Katalin Wollák, President of Europae Archaeologiae Consilium

Acknowledgments
David C Cowley

Opening address
Katrín Jakobsdóttir,
Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Iceland

 

 

1. Remote sensing for archaeological heritage management
David C Cowley and Kristín Huld Sigur.ardóttir

Making remote sensing work for archalogical heritage management
 

2. Identifying the unimaginable – Managing the unmanageable –
Dominic Powlesland
 

3. ‘Total Archaeology’ to reduce the need for Rescue Archaeology:     The BREBEMI Project (Italy)
Stefano Campana

4. Remote sensing for archaeology and heritage management – site discovery, interpretation and registration
David C Cowley

New environments and technologies: challenges and potential
 

5. Airborne Laser Scanning in forested areas – potential and limitations of an archaeological prospection technique  
Michael Doneus and Christian Briese

6. High resolution LiDAR specifi cally for archaeology: are we fully exploiting this valuable resource?
Robert Shaw and Anthony Corns

7. Archaeological applications of multi/hyper-spectral data – challenges and potential
Anthony Beck
 

8. Making the most of airborne remote sensing techniques for archaeological survey and interpretation
Rebecca Bennett, Kate Welham, Ross A Hill and Andrew Ford
 

9. 3D recording for cultural heritage
Fabio Remondino
 

10. Through an imperfect filter: geophysical techniques and the management of archaeological heritage
Chris Gaff ney and Vincent Gaffney
 

11. Marine geophysics: integrated approaches to sensing the seabed Antony Firth

Exploring the archaeological resource base

12. The English Heritage National Mapping Programme
Pete Horne
 

13. Integrating survey data – the Polish AZP and beyond
Włodek Rączkowski

14. As far as the laser can reach…: Laminar analysis of LiDAR detected structures as a powerful instrument for archaeological heritage management in Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Jörg Bofinger and Ralf Hesse
 

15. Between the Lines – enhancing methodologies for the exploration of extensive, inundated palaeolandscapes
Simon Fitch, Vincent Gaffney, Benjamin Gearey and Eleanor Ramsey
 

16. Aerial archives for archaeological heritage management: The Aerial Reconnaissance Archives – a shared European resource 
Lesley Ferguson
Using remote sensed data: interpretation and understanding
 

17. Remote sensing for the integrated study and management of sites and monuments – a Central European perspective and Czech case study
Martin Gojda

18. Airborne Laser Scanning for the management of archeological sites in Lorraine (France)

Murielle Georges-Leroy

19. Aerial archaeological survey of a buried landscape: The Tóköz project
Zoltán Czajlik, László Rupnik, Máté Losonczi and Lőrinc Timár
 

20. The archaeological landscape of northeast Iceland: a ghost of a Viking Age society
Árni Einarsson and Oscar Aldred

21. Reserved optimism: preventive archaeology and management of cultural heritage in Slovenia
Gašper Rutar and Matija Črešnar

22. World War I Heritage in Belgium: combining historical aerial photography and EMI
Birger Stichelbaut, Timothy Saey, Fun Meeuws, Jean Bourgeois and Marc Van Meirvenne
 

23. An aerial view of the past – aerial archaeology in Denmark
Lis Helles Olesen

24. Knowledge-based aerial image interpretation
Rog Palmer


25. Training and development: the next phase?
Chris Musson

 

Contributors 


Résumés
Catherine Fruchart 

Zusammenfassungen
Johanna Dreßler