Magnetic Susceptibility (Other Keyword)

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Development of Magnetic Susceptibility Instrumentation and Applications (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rinita Dalan.

A 1997 NCPTT grant to develop a prototype down-hole magnetic susceptibility instrument arose out of frustration with existing technology and a desire to expand archeological field studies of magnetic susceptibility. This instrument allowed high-resolution vertical investigations of susceptibility within a small diameter (ca. 2.5 cm) hole made with a push-tube corer. An NSF grant supported improvement of the prototype via robust laboratory and field testing, resulting in a final engineered...


A Re-examination of the Geophysical Survey at Voyageurs National Park (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Bruce Bevan.

A geophysical survey was conducted at the King Williams Narrows Campground in 1987. Three stone circles were visible at the surface during that survey, and there was a radar echo from an object below one of these circles. Since the time of that survey, three additional stone circles have been mapped at the site, and this report is a second look at the geophysical data from those locations. There are no distinctive geophysical patterns at any of the three additional stone circles. Since these...


Recent Advances in Archeological Prospection Techniques (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steven L. DeVore.

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Remote Sensing and Ground-Truthing Investigations at Site 40SW319, Stewart County, Tennessee (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David R. George. Sean Coughlin. Meg Thornton. William P. Athens.

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