Trent Valley GeoArchaeology
Airborne Remote Sensing of Alluvial Environments
The project aims to investigate the potential of two airborne multispectral remote sensing platforms for mapping cultural archaeology, environmental remains and geoarchaeology in aggregate landscapes. Work will comprise the systematic analysis of Daedalus ATM and CASI data for a well-documented section of the middle Trent Valley, Nottinghamshire, for which archive data exist, in order to assess the extent to which these two widely available platforms can be expected to extend and enhance the archaeological record in alluvial environments.
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