"Landscape Archaeology and GIS" examines the ways in which Geographical Information Systems can be used to explore archaeological landscapes, and summarises the most appropriate methods to use.
It is structured around principal themes in landscape archaeology, and integrates desk-based assessment, data collection, data modelling and landscape analysis, right through to archiving and publication.
This is the first book on GIS to focus specifically on landscape archaeology that is accessible to a wide archaeological readership.
It explores the applications of GIS to a wide variety of archaeological evidence including maps, aerial photographs and earthworks.
The work is well illustrated throughout with digital maps and models being used to support case studies, as well as for suggesting new hypotheses relevant to this discipline.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 240 pages, Illustrations (some col.)
- Publisher: The History Press Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/08/2006
- Category: Archaeological methodology & techniques
- ISBN: 9780752436036