Results of geophysical methods in the study of the ancient settlement Dalvarzintepa (Uzbekistan)
The purpose of the study was to use a variety of geophysical techniques to uncover the shape, size, internal structure, and contour of archaeological artifacts buried beneath the surface. Magnetic prospecting, electrical resistivity tomography, and ground penetrating radar were the three main geophysics techniques. Various abnormalities are clearly traced on the maps created from the processing results of all methods in the form of figures with different lengths and forms. Archaeologists were able to identify the most important excavation sites using geophysical study.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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