Multispectrum and Laser cameras
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Multispectrum and Laser cameras

– Advances in hyperspectral remote sensing of archaeological sites
– Interpreting archaeological topography: laser, 3D data, observation, visualisation and
– Overview of airborne and terrestrial laser scanning in archaeology
– LiDaR: Airborne laser scanning and archaeological interpretation
– How lidar can improve archaeological landscape understanding
– Aerial survey
– Interpreting aerial images
– Visualization of lidar derived relief models
– From Lidar to LSCM – Micro-topographies of archaeological finds
– Using Lidar data, case study
– The role of Lidar intensity data in interpreting environmental and cultural archaeological
– Lidar prospection over large areas as part of a cultural heritage strategy
– Case study: Lidar, archaeology and agriculture, assessment of land use
– Using Lidar as part of a multi-sensor approach to archaeological survey and interpretation
– Using Lidar as a field survey tool for archaeological projects

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