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Testing the Potential of Airborne LiDAR Scanning in Archaeological Landscapes of Bohemia: Strategy, Achievements and Cost-effectiveness

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GOJDA, M. Testing the Potential of Airborne LiDAR Scanning in Archaeological Landscapes of Bohemia: Strategy, Achievements and Cost-effectiveness. In A Sense of the Past: Studies in current archaeological applications of remote sensing and non-invasive prospection methods. Oxford : Archaeopress, 2014, s. 83-91. ISBN: 978-1-4073-1216-3
Druh: KAPITOLA V KNIZE
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Testing the Potential of Airborne LiDAR Scanning in Archaeological Landscapes of Bohemia: Strategy, Achievements and Cost-effectiveness
Rok vydání: 2014
Místo konání: Oxford
Název zdroje: Archaeopress
Autoři: Prof. PhDr. Martin Gojda CSc. ,
Abstrakt EN: This paper presents an overview of the recently acquired application of ALS in archaeology in the Czech Republic. The main focus is on a general description of the first ever project in Bohemia (western half of the Republic,) the principle aim of which was to test the potential of air-borne LiDAR in a Central European landscape (heavily affected by long-term farming, most typically by means of extensive and destructive application of tillage cultivation), both forested and open. Apart from the geographical units (14 test polygons measuring together 123 sq. kilometres, irregularly spread over the whole country), the paper also provides information on two special aspects connected with the project: on testing the accuracy of historical 18th ? 19th century military maps compared to a few military defensive features still preserved in more or less ruined remains in the field, and on the comparison of cost effectiveness for getting a 3D model of a large prehistoric hillfort by means of a ground-based geodetic survey on the one hand and through ALS on the other.
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