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Abstract

We have conducted multiple repeat geophysical surveys over areas containing known near-surface structures. Here we discuss the comparison of these geophysical data sets, and their relationships to the control data. We consider multiple magnetic data sets collected over an area of known archaeology, and compare the details of the data quality. We also compare the geophysical data to other methods of locating the archaeological features. While there are interesting differences between the geophysical data sets in terms of spatial resolution and noise, in each case the main archaeological features are detected very clearly.

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2008-09-17
2020-10-23
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