Geophysical and chemical methods can give dramatic pictures of buried archaeological sites and even information on what occurred within them. Dr Clark, one of its pioneers, has now written a survey of the subject as a whole. As well as descriptions of the development and present state of the art, it includes previously unpublished material and glimpses of future developments that will make this subject even more fundamental to archaeological research. A glossary and comprehensive bibliography complete this survey of an important area of practical archaeology.
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`A first rate introduction to geophysical prospecting methods in archaeology by one of its pioneers and chief practitioners.' - Oxbow Book News, summer 1990
`this book will signify to many that archaeological geophysics has come of age and it deserves to be read by most field archaeologists' - Mark Noel, University of Durham
`I have no doubt that it will become, and remain, a standard work on archaeological prospection.' - John Musthy, The Antiquaries Journal
`This masterly and lucid exposition of resistivity, magnetometry, magnetic susceptibility, the choice of methods, and the interpretation and presentation of results will be an essential tool for both the experienced practitioner and the novice.' - British Archaeological News, Sept, 1990
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