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A032 MULTISENSOR – A MOBILE GEOPHYSICAL MULTI-SENSOR SYSTEM FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROSPECTING Summary 1 We show first results of a new highly mobile multi-sensor system for archaeological prospecting. It has been developed for the geophysical investigation of large kilometer-scale antique settlement areas with high resolution in an economic way. The system comprises a four-wheel drive tractor and a trailer carrying magnetic electro-magnetic and ground penetrating radar sensors. Positioning is performed online using differential GPS. Introduction: New demands for archaeological prospecting E. ERKUL W. RABBEL H. STÜMPEL AND S. WOELZ Institute of Geosciences Geophysics Kiel University Otto-Hahn-Platz 1 24118 Kiel Germany In

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2004-09-06
2020-10-21
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