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A two-dimensional analysis is easier to do and allows greater control on the shapes of features than does a three-dimensional analysis.
Characteristics of an historic grave or cemetery (2004)
Aspects that allow graves or cemeteries to be detected or identified with geophysical surveys; with Steve De Vore (NPS)
Design of Geophysical Surveys (2003)
How to decide on an instrument and survey procedures.
Elements of mapping (2009)
How to set up geophysical grids
An Equipotential Survey at Fort Vancouver (2002)
A simple and graphical survey; done as part of the 2002 course that was coordinated by Steve De Vore (NPS).
Geophysical Data Processing, an Introduction (2007)
Using the Surfer program for enhancing magnetic, conductivity, and similar maps.
Geophysics in Excavations (2005)
Explains the benefits of these surveys and describes the procedures. Geosight Technical Report #11
Magnetic Susceptibility Sounding (2003)
While the depth resolution is poor, this procedure still provides valuable information; survey with Rinita Dalan (Minnesota State U).
removal of magnetic striations (2005)
Illustration of filtering plow lines from Hopeton Mounds data for John Weymouth.
Resistivity Pseudosections for Archaeology (2003)
This type of survey provides good information on soil stratigraphy and it is particularly suitable where radar finds high attenuation.
A Simple Resistivity Meter (2001)
Instructions on bulding a simple instrument that works well and is inexpensive, but is slow.
Stereo photography for the archaeologist (1973)
Procedures for making stereoscopic photographs. Buildings, artifacts, aerial.
A Switch Box for Wenner Resistivity Measurements (2000)
Switches allow tripotential resistivity (alpha, beta, gamma) and also offset Wenner readings. Construction details.