Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology

Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology - Archaeological geophysics is not the kind of research one can do alone. Every project I have worked on, whether field research, data processing, or software development, has involved someone in a crucial capacity to whom I owe a great deal. My great thanks go to Jeffrey Lucius at the U.S. Geological Survey in Denver, Colorado, who first held my hand and taught me the basics of GPR when I was trying to get my feet on the ground in near-surface geophysics many years ago. He has always been there to answer questions about electromagnetic theory, help with data processing, and recently assist in the writing of new computer programs for GPR analysis.

A more patient and giving colleague would be hard to find in any scientific endeavor. Dean Goodman, with whom I coauthored the first GPR book for archaeology, Ground-Penetrating Radar: An Introduction for Archaeologists, has also been a constant inspiration. He consistently amazes me with his grasp of the complexities of GPR and especially with his ability to write computer code for processing reflection data.

Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology

Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology
Author Lawrence B. Conyers - Language English - Pages 237 - Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc - File Format PDF - ISBN-10 : 0-7591-0772-6 Year 2004 File Size : 11.3 MB

Ground Penetrating Radar for Archaeology

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