Geophysicist Spoke At October 2000 Meeting

Image of Geophysical Method Use

Dr. Lee Slater, an applied geophysicist in the UMKC Geosciences Department, brought a magnetometer and a ground penetrating radar (GPR) instrument and talked about how these two types of instruments can be used to help archaeologists locate artifactual concentrations.

Application of Geophysical Methods to Cultural Heritage

Archaeological geophysics is a vital part of exploring and documenting cultural heritage. Three of the most commonly used techniques are magnetometry, resistivity, and ground penetrating radar. These methods help archaeological geophysicists to unravel the complexity of many archaeological sites, including Read More …