An Introduction to Archaeological Geophysics: Uses, Applicability and Limitations
Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland (IAI) Continuous Professional Development Programme 2012
The next event in our CPD series is an 'Introduction to Archaeological Geophysics' that will mean not alone getting up close and personal with geophysical instruments but exploring new techniques& advances, considerations that influence surveys and wlll also address how to get the best results when commissioning geophysical surveys.
Venue: Cashel Lodge, Cashel, Co. Tipperary
Date: Friday 25th May 2012
10.00 Introduction to Geophysical Techniques
11.15 Practical demonstration of Geophysical Instruments and Methods
This practical aspect will enable participants to view and use the geophysical equipment and
will be undertaken (weather dependant) in a pasture field: stout footwear and waterproofs
will be needed.
13.00 Lunch (not included)
13.45 Considerations and Variables that Influence Geophysical Surveys
15.15 New techniques and advances
16.00 Commissioning Geophysical Surveys – the Importance of Writing Specifications
Fees to be paid on registering at firstname.lastname@example.org:
€30 IAI Members; €15 Student/ Unwaged IAI Members; €45 Non-Members.
REGISTER BEFORE Wednesday May 16th 2012