By: Henry Chapman
This volume examines the ways in which geographical information systems are used to explore archaeological landscapes. It is structured around principal themes in landscape archaeology, from desk-based assessment, data collection, data modelling and landscape analysis, through to archiving and publication.
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Henry P. Chapman works in the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham. He is surveyor and modeller for Channel 4's 'Time Team', developing the use of GIS for the first time on the programme. Henry has published many articles on GIS over the past few years.
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