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Title Interpreting archaeological topography [electronic resource] : airborne laser scanning, 3D data and ground observation / edited by Rachel S. Opitz and David C. Cowley.
Publication Info. Oxford ; Oakville, CT : Oxbow Books, [2013]
©2013
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOKS-DDA    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 online resource.
Series Occasional publication of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group ; no. 5.
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Lasers, 3D data and interpretation of archaeological topography / Rachel Opitz and David Cowley -- An overview of airborne and terrestrial laser scanning in archaeology / Rachel Opitz -- Airborne laser scanning and archaeological interpretation : bringing back the people / Michael Doneus and Thomas Kühteiber -- Cultivating the "wilderness" : how lidar can improve archaeological landscape understanding / Ole Risbøl -- I walked, I saw, I surveyed, but what did I see?...and what did I survey? / Stratford Halliday -- Interpreting aerial images / Rog Palmer -- Messy landscapes : lidar and the practices of landscaping / Dimitrij Mleku -- Visualizations of lidar derived relief models / Ziga Kokalj, Klemen Zaksek and Kristof Ostir -- Worth a thousand words : photogrammetry for archaeological 3D survey / Fabio Remondino -- From lidar to LSCM : micro-topographies of archaeological finds / Adrian A. Evans, Mhairi L. Maxwell and Gemma L. Cruickshanks -- Using lidar : fitting to purpose / Simon Crutchley -- Lidar and world heritage : sites in Ireland : why was such a rich data source gathered, how is it being utilised, and what lessons have been learned? / Anthony Corns and Robert Shaw -- The role of lidar intensity data in interpreting environmental and cultural archaeological landscapes / Keith Challis and Andy J. Howard -- The changing picture of archaeological landscapes : lidar prospection over very large areas as part of a cultural heritage strategy / Ralf Hesse -- Lidar in Mediterranean agricultural landscapes : reassessing land use in the mauguio / Nicolas Poirier, Rachel Opitz, Laure Nuninger, and Kristof Ostir -- Using lidar as part of a multi-sensor approach to archaeological survey and interpretation / Rebecca Bennett, Kate Welham, Ross A. Hill and Andrew Ford -- Remotely acquired, not remotely sensed : using lidar as a field survey tool / Stewart Ainsworth, Al Oswald and Dave Went -- Lidar survey in the Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site / Stephen Davis, Conor Brady, Will Megarry and Kevin Barton -- Immersive visualisation of survey and laser scanning : the case for using computer game engines / Keith Challis and Mark Kincey -- The practice of collaboration / Anthony Beck .
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Archaeological surveying -- Laser use in.
Topographical surveying -- Laser use in.
Optical radar in archaeology.
Three-dimensional imaging in archaeology.
Added Author Opitz, Rachel S. author, editor of compilation.
Cowley, David, 1966- author, editor of compilation.
Ebooks Corporation
Related To Original 9781842175163 1842175165 (DLC) 2012044300
ISBN 1782971106 (electronic bk.)
9781782971108 (electronic bk.)
9781842175163 (hardback)
1842175165 (hardback)
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