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Archaeological Prospection in Wetlands—Experiences and Observations from Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys in Norwegian Bogs

Manuel Gabler, Claes Olof Johan Uhnér, Nils Ole Sundet, Alois Hinterleitner, Pål Nymoen, Monica Kristiansen, Immo Trinks
2021 Remote Sensing  
However, the detection and registration of archaeological remains in waterlogged areas, such as peatlands, bogs, mires, or lakeshores are very challenging.  ...  Alternative methods that can support traditional archaeological registrations and that can help to survey wetlands more efficiently are needed.  ...  as commercial archaeological prospection service providers and SMEs.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13163170 fatcat:iq3xkrizkvfypol4crw63fr6da

Employment, Utilization, and Development of Airborne Laser Scanning in Fenno-Scandinavian Archaeology–a Review

Ole Risbøl, Daniel Langhammer, Esben Schlosser Mauritsen, Oula Seitsonen
2020 Remote Sensing  
The bulk of the research and development focused on studying how well-suited ALS is for identifying, mapping, and documenting archaeological features in outfield land, mainly in forested areas.  ...  Consequently, an obvious direction was to study how ALS-based mapping of cultural features in forests could help to improve the survey situation.  ...  bogs etc.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12091411 fatcat:apr34a4xoffr3f2bhbt3j3v374

Programme and abstracts from the 16th Nordic Conference on Reindeer and Reindeer Husbandry Research, 16-18 November 2010, Tromsö, Norway

Rolf Egil Haugerud, Björn Hatteng, Berit M. Nystad Eskonsipo (Editors)
2010 Rangifer  
The 128 participants shared a well organized conference with 31 lectures and 19 posters at the University of Troms&oslash; 16-18 November 2010.</p>  ...  <p>The conference was organized by the Nordic Council for Reindeer Husbandry Research (NOR) and the Centre for Sami Studies (SESAM), University of Troms&oslash;.  ...  Acknowledgements This study is financed partly by The Norwegian Reindeer Administration Authorities, ''Development Fund of Reindeer Husbandry", and partly by Norut Tromsø, within the strategic institute  ... 
doi:10.7557/2.30.2.1092 fatcat:nzbm6v5k6vejrawwvx3vijvjpu

Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts: 2008 Colloquium & Annual General Meeting

2008 Atlantic geology  
In agreement with previous solubility and Raman spectroscopic experiments, our measurements also indicate that species with a lower number of halide ligands and charge are favored with increasing temperature  ...  This result is consistent with the observed predominance of the ZnCl 2-4 , complex in chloriderich fluid inclusion brines at high temperatures.  ...  Health Canada's Radiation Protection Bureau requested that a soil Radon survey be included in the project and the GSC supported this request with a ground radiometric and soil permeability survey as well  ... 
doi:10.4138/5661 fatcat:aane4az3afbexpvahhzcz5ylpu

Arctic politics: conflict and cooperation in the circumpolar North

1993 ChoiceReviews  
Arctic Visions confronts these conflicting and simplistic portraits, conceived in ignorance of the complexities of the circumpolar world and without appreciation of the viewpoints of those indigenous to  ...  As the region gains importance in international affairs, this series will help a growing audience of readers to develop new and more informed visions of the Arctic.  ...  , and they continue to experience a heavy impact from an array of exogenous forces.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.30-4634 fatcat:rgjca6wdmrafdkk6vkpf2aqut4

Abstract Volume of Sixth Nepal Geolgical Congress on Geology, Natural Resources, Infrastructures, Climate Change and Natural Disasters, 15 – 17 November 2010, Kathmandu, Nepal

Santa Man Rai
2012 Journal of Nepal Geological Society  
<p>This is the full volume of the Abstracts from the <span style="color: #000000;">Sixth Nepal Geolgical Congress on Geology, Natural Resources, Infrastructures, Climate Change and Natural Disasters, 15  ...  Each site is accompanied by the auger test so that direct observation of the soil at depth of penetration can be done.  ...  At the coastal area archaeological studies identified an ancient port much inside the present coast suggesting uplift within the human observation.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jngs.v41i0.7014 fatcat:cpqkcyfrejcx3llyxiuap374r4

25th European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting (Bern, Switzerland, 2019) [article]

Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo
2020
Invited speech on the Circulating Artefacts project at the British Museum in the session "Illegal Obtaining and Trade of Archaeological Artefacts: status quo and counteraction".  ...  a fast growing Swedish company, focusing on combining our experience with state-of-the-art technology to develop user-friendly Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) instruments.  ...  and measurement equipment for magnetic and electromagnetic field surveys in the area of UXO search, archaeological prospection, geophysical and scientific surveys or security measures; covering land,  ... 
doi:10.26180/5e169ee78f3da fatcat:wdnh2rvyivhhjmxpmwwaxvc3r4

Baffin Island: Field Research and High Arctic Adventure, 1961-1967 [article]

Jack D. Ives, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary
2016
Drawing from the recollections of his Baffin colleagues as well as from his own memories, Ives takes readers on a remarkable adventure, describing the day-to-day experiences of the field teams in the context  ...  A geographer with extensive research experience in the Canadian North, Jack D.  ...  Following my bachelor's degrees in honours chemistry and botany from the University of Reading, I applied to Queen's University in Kingston to pursue my interest in the natural history of swamps and bogs  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/34618 fatcat:hlto6rqymjgtdh45odqmdc5pwa

The World Flora Online, Target 1 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, and the Species Plantarum Programme: Flora of the World: Compatible Concepts or Mutually Exclusive Mandates?

Gideon F. Smith, Ronell R. Klopper, Peter Wyse Jackson, Neil R. Crouch
2017 Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden  
We also thank IDEA WILD for their support in field equipment and all our village informants for their cooperation and assistance.  ...  Acknowledgements We extend our gratitude to all taxonomists from South Africa and abroad who gave constructive advice and input during the development of the strategy.  ...  South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON), researchers from Universities, technicians and rangers from KNP, control teams from WfW, local municipalities, mining companies and survey teams  ... 
doi:10.3417/d-17-00004a fatcat:kywv6r2oxvgitn2pest62fflla

IMPACT OF FAULTING IN SILICICLASTICS: A CASE STUDY IN A TURBIDITE SUCCESSION

Hannah Riegel, Miller Zambrano, Miller Zambrano, Danica Jablonska, Danica Jablonska, Emanuele Tondi, Emanuele Tondi, Fabrizio Agosta, Fabrizio Agosta, Luca Mattioni, Luca Mattioni, Andrea Rustichelli (+1 others)
2017 unpublished
AND BENEFIT FROM ARCHAEOLOGICAL EXCAVATIONS: DELAWARE RIVER MARGIN, NEW JERSEY 63-7 7 Sica, Chelsea*: GROUND PENETRATING RADAR INVESTIGATION OF TYUONYI PUEBLO IN BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT, NEW  ...  112-4 8:45 AM Miller, Jacquelynn F.*; Kelley, Alice R.; Kelley, Joseph T.; Belknap, Daniel F.; Spiess, Arthur: MAKING RAPID CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DECISIONS USING GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR 9  ...  P O S T E R S T U E S D A Y Authors will be present from 2 to 4 PM and 4:30 to 6:30 PM Booth # 378  ... 
doi:10.1130/abs/2017am-302878 fatcat:yhhcpzsm5beczldppsk6ax2jhm

Environmental Impacts of Renewable Energy: a literature review

Alexander David Clarke
1995
Some studies of potential impacts from wave energy have been reviewed and one of ocean thermal energy.  ...  Several works on tidal energy are reviewed including most of the existing tidal energy plants, in terms of impact on flora, fauna, water quality, sediments, drainage and flooding.  ...  indigenous fish and ripararian, wetland, and floo(%)lain habitats.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000fb99 fatcat:d3wzhyhqqzbozeg7ezu4ovsgdy

Isotope Queen Memoir Fogel V7.2 photos

Marilyn Fogel
2020 unpublished
We were sitting in a restaurant, drinking a beer, when she put the question to me. Immediately, I wanted to scream "Yes!," but coyly thought about it for a minute  ...  Acknowledgements Liane Benning, Editor of the scientiGic journal Geochemical Perspectives, asked me to write my scientiGic biography in 2015 during my last expedition to Svalbard.  ...  By this time, Hare's laboratory became the training ground for young scientists from paleontology, geochemistry, archaeology, and biochemistry.  ... 
doi:10.13140/rg.2.2.12461.64480 fatcat:p4sykqujk5apzdyosdfl52w32u

Fabricating place story: an experiential approach to imprinting identity in landscape and land-culture

Faith Beverley Dent
2017
I explore my heritage as multi-layered: formative and forming of my identity in each of the locations from which my forebears hailed, in Europe, South Africa and Australia, to retrieve snapshots of recorded  ...  My interest is in an embodied experience of the places and landscapes of my heritage in an attempt to work with and through displacement and find an identity that will sustain my living in Australia.  ...  Looking across the street from one block of apartments to another can be a similar experience -the voyeuristic opportunity to observe others and their home configuration in miniature as in a diorama.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58b3bb60ad113 fatcat:wdk7lxkhtrcavmfnf4deuxavpy