Sunday, November 22, 2009

Archaeological geophysics short course; Australia

From our friend Ian Moffatt:

Just a quick reminder that an "Introduction to Archaeological Geophysics" short course is running on 10 December just before the Australian Archaeology conference being held at Flinders University.

There will be a basic introduction to geophysical techniques and their application to archaeological problems followed by a hands on session collecting, processing and interpreting data from a range of methods. You'll come away with a good understanding of which geophysical techniques might be able to help out with your archaeological projects and an informed basis for the interpretation of this data.

The course costs $150 for students, $220 for non-students and includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea and a range of Flinders merchandise. The course is followed by the complimentary AA conference welcome BBQ.

You can register for the course here.

Please don't hesitate to contact Ian via email ( if you require for any further information about the course.

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