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Geophysical Exploration for Archaeology: An Introduction to Geophysical Exploration

Author(s): Bruce W. Bevan

Year: 1998

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This volume is written for all archaeologists who would like to learn how to do geophysical surveys. While this volume is more detailed than volume A, I have kept the technical complexity to a minimum. Even if you are not interested in doing your own geophysical surveys, you may wish to look quickly at this volume in order to learn more about the practices of geophysical exploration. This might help you to specify how a geophysical survey should be done by someone else.


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Geophysical Exploration for Archaeology: An Introduction to Geophysical Exploration. Bruce W. Bevan. Midwest Archeological Center Special Report ,1. 1998 ( tDAR id: 366181) ; doi:10.6067/XCV898863M


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Contact(s): National Park Service Midwest Archeological Center


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