Developing a geophysical framework for Neolithic land-use studies: in situ monitoring and forward modelling of electrical properties at "Valther-Tweeling" (NL)
Boosting Neolithic land-use studies in the Low Countries requires optimal geophysical survey. Hereby, forward modeling such subtle soil features in a sandy soil could support survey design. The models are parametrized through soil sample analyses and in situ data collection over a feature. Supplemented by long term in situ monitoring, these results reveal variable detectability. This approach enables a quantitative approach for geophysical survey design.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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