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Aerial Photography: Interpretation and Rectification
Course Date: 7th June
Course Tutor: Colin Merrony (The University of Sheffield)
Colin currently works as a teaching fellow at the University of Sheffield Department of Archaeology, fulfilling the role of course director on their part-time archaeology degree. He is also module co-ordinator of the department’s Archaeology in the Field, Archaeological Fieldwork and Decoding the Landscape modules.
Colin’s research interests include the economy and landscape impact of Medieval Premonstratensian Abbeys in Britain, landscape change in southern Yorkshire and the North-east Midlands, development and application of field techniques for investigating historic landscapes, the use of archaeology as a mechanism for basic skills education and for enhancing social cohesion, and the geochemistry of New Zealand greenstone
Venue: This course will be taught in the classroom at our Wath-Upon-Dearne site.
Description: This course will introduce participants to techniques used in interpreting and rectifying archaeological aerial photographs via a programme of short lectures, discussion, and practical work.
Participants will be given the opportunity to identify and interpret archaeological and landscape features from aerial photographs. Participants will then be shown how to effectively rectify these photographs by hand, using the Network Method.
Registration for this course is now closed.If you would be interested in taking this workshop in the future (either at our classroom facility or with your own group), please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!
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