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 (email@example.com) if you require for any further information about the course.