Air Photo and LiDAR Interpretation

02 July 2019

This one-day course offers participants an introduction to the skills and techniques required to gather, interpret and analyse air photos and LiDAR imagery for archaeological survey.

£30

This one-day course offers participants an introduction to the skills and techniques required to gather, interpret and analyse air photos and LiDAR imagery for archaeological survey.

Date: Tuesday 2nd July 2019

Times: 10.00-16.00

Location: Austwick Parish Hall, Austwick LA2 8BJ

Cost: £30

Booking: Essential

 

About the course

This one-day course offers participants an introduction to the skills and techniques required to gather, interpret and analyse air photos and LiDAR imagery for archaeological survey.

This course is part of Stories in Stone, a scheme of conservation and community projects concentrated on the Ingleborough area. The scheme was developed by the Ingleborough Dales Landscape Partnership, led by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

 

About the tutor

Alison Deegan aims to show participants how to use the ever increasing wealth of ‘aerial’ data to identify and record archaeological features and landscapes.  Her professional background is in archaeological investigation and mapping for national bodies, environmental consultants and archaeological organisations.

 

For further information please visit the event page on the Stories in Stone website

This course is part of Stories in Stone, a scheme of conservation and community projects concentrated on the Ingleborough area. The scheme was developed by the Ingleborough Dales Landscape Partnership, led by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, and supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

You can find out more about the Stories in Stone project here.

 

Conservation, Course

Booking Details

To book please complete a booking form and return it with your payment. Please return to Hannah Rose, Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust, 015242 51002, info@storiesinstone.org.uk.