Magnetometry for archaeologists / Arnold Aspinall, Chris Gaffney and Armin Schmidt
By: Aspinall, Arnold
Contributor(s): Gaffney, Chris | Schmidt, ArminMaterial type: Text; Format: print Series: Geophysical methods for archaeology ; 2Publisher: New York : Rowman & Littlefield, 2009Description: XI, 208 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780759113480Subject(s): Arqueología -- Metodología | Prospección
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Magnetometry for Archaeologists covers the most widely used method for archaeological surveying. Authors Arnold Aspinall, Chris Gaffney, and Armin Schmidt recount the history of magnetometers from their inception through today's state-of-the-art detectors, explain the physics behind the different types of sensors, and describe the most fruitful ways in which the technology can be employed. They also consider the theoretical and practical uses of magnetometry from for many archaeological periods and regions. The reader learns exactly what magnetometry measures, and how knowledge gained from it influences the ways in which surveys are undertaken. The authors also discuss the potential for and the problems associated with the use, display, and interpretation of buried remains.