A review of the role of magnetic susceptibility in archaeogeophysical studies in the USA: recent developments and prospects

@inproceedings{Dalan2008ARO,
  title={A review of the role of magnetic susceptibility in archaeogeophysical studies in the USA: recent developments and prospects},
  author={Rinita A. Dalan},
  year={2008}
}
Magnetic susceptibility is emerging in archaeogeophysical projects in the USA as a distinctive method for survey that is now more frequently applied. Spurred in part by developments in instrumentation and software, encouraged by a strong geoarchaeological focus, and influenced by the nature of the North American archaeological record, the magnetic susceptibility method has arisen in a number of areas of application. These include magnetic susceptibility studies within trenches and excavation… CONTINUE READING

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