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Introduction to measured survey techniques

Date: 
Wednesday 02 May 2012

Instructor: Ian Parker & Georgina Brown, RCAHMS
Newtonmore Folk Museum and Glen Banchor Township, 9am - 4:30pm
Max 12 participants

The aim of this workshop is to introduce participants to the various methods of archaeological measured survey recording techniques including Plane Table and offset, DGPS, handheld GPS and Total Station.

The pros and cons of the various techniques will be explained, and some hands on experience given. Guidance will also be given on the criteria used for deciding what scale to use and discuss interpretation, depiction, generalisation techniques and software that can be used to edit and present survey data.

£60 per person; tea/coffee (but not lunch) included (There are two free places available for Historic Scotland staff)

1 space on the measured survey techniques course (£60)

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