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Archaeological geophysics – an overview on experiences from surveys in Slavonia and Baranja / Branko Mušič ; Igor Medarić ; Barbara Horn ; Petra Basar ; Hrvoje Potrebica ; Igor Vukmanić, Ina Miloglav ; Rajna Šošić Klindžić.

By: Branko Mušič.
Contributor(s): Medarić, Igor [aut] | Horn, Barbara [aut] | Basar, Petra [aut] | Potrebica, Hrvoje [aut] | Vukmanić, Igor [aut] | Miloglav, Ina [aut] | Šošić Klindžić, Rajna [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 33-33.Other title: Archaeological geophysics – an overview on experiences from surveys in Slavonia and Baranja [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.07 | Geophysics, Slavonia, Baranja, Magnetometry, GPR, Resistivity method | Geophysics, Slavonia, Baranja, Magnetometry, GPR, Resistivity methodOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online In: 6th international scientific conference Methodology and Archaeometry str. 33-33Summary: In archaeological geophysics three basic geophysical methods (and their variants) prove to be successful in delineating archaeological structures in various environmental conditions and therefore provide an opportunity for instrumental exploration of archaeological phenomena: Magnetic method, Electromagnetic method and Resistivity method. The suitability of individual geophysical methods or combinations of several methods for solving a given problem depends on the contrast of the physical properties of the targeted object with its surrounding media. Since each method measures specific physical properties and also has its advantages and limitations, the most suitable ones in given archaeological, geological, geomorphological and geographical context have to be carefully chosen. Archaeogeophysical survey strategy is a rather complex task, since all factors are interrelated and influenced one upon the other. The main focus of the presentation is on evaluating results obtained from several surveys on prehistoric and Roman sites in Slavonia and Baranja.
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In archaeological geophysics three basic geophysical methods (and their variants) prove to be successful in delineating archaeological structures in various environmental conditions and therefore provide an opportunity for instrumental exploration of archaeological phenomena: Magnetic method, Electromagnetic method and Resistivity method. The suitability of individual geophysical methods or combinations of several methods for solving a given problem depends on the contrast of the physical properties of the targeted object with its surrounding media. Since each method measures specific physical properties and also has its advantages and limitations, the most suitable ones in given archaeological, geological, geomorphological and geographical context have to be carefully chosen. Archaeogeophysical survey strategy is a rather complex task, since all factors are interrelated and influenced one upon the other. The main focus of the presentation is on evaluating results obtained from several surveys on prehistoric and Roman sites in Slavonia and Baranja.

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