for Archaeology, Research
main - but not exclusive - theme of this conference will be exploration
of objectives and challenges in the effective use of remote sensing techniques
in archaeological and landscape studies, not only for research but also
for the promotion of conservation and public understanding.
can our various techniques be deployed in combination with one another,
and with what practical outcomes? How can we build bridges across regional
or national divides?
can we learn from combining or comparing our techniques? How can we make
our results useful to those involved in practical conservation and future
planning? How do our national or regional realities assist or impede the
use of remote sensing techniques in research, conservation and the promotion
of public understanding?
with a maximum 150-word summary of the intended content, are invited on
any of the following themes, or on other considerations relating to ambitions
and realities in the fields of remote sensing for archaeology and landscape
and impediments: national and regional realities across Europe.
understanding and experience: creating conditions for international or
interdisciplinary exchange and cooperation.
the past for the future: accessibility of lidar and similar data for uses
in research and conservation.
sensing applications in responding to infrastructure and development projects.
studies": learning from comparisons and combinations of remote sensing
(and other) techniques.
+ interpretation = understanding??? But whose understanding? And of what
relevance to conservation and public appreciation?