Archaeology through the keyhole : the serendipity effect of aerial reconnaissance revisited

@inproceedings{Fowler2006ArchaeologyTT,
  title={Archaeology through the keyhole : the serendipity effect of aerial reconnaissance revisited},
  author={Martin J Fowler},
  year={2006}
}
Recently declassified US intelligence satellite photographs dating from the Cold War have been found to be a valuable source of historical overhead imagery for use in archaeological and other studies. Such civilian uses of material that was originally acquired for intelligence purposes represent salient examples of the ‘serendipity effect’ of aerial… CONTINUE READING