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3D laser scanning for recording and monitoring rock art erosion.

Barnett, T. and Chalmers, A. and Diaz-Andreu, M. and Ellis, G. and Longhurst, P. and Sharpe, K. and Trinks, I. (2005) '3D laser scanning for recording and monitoring rock art erosion.', International newsletter on rock art., 41 . pp. 25-29.

Abstract

This article focuses on the results obtained from the laser scanning recording of the Horseshoe site in Northumberland and the stone 105 in Rombalds Moor (Yorkshire). These recordings were result of the projects "Fading rock art landscapes" funded by the British Academy (2003-04) and the 'Breaking through rock art recording: three dimensional laser scanning of megalithic rock art' (AHRC, Innovation Awards scheme, 2004-05), both led by Margarita Diaz-Andreu.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Rock art, Prehistoric carvings, Recording, Laser scanning, Northumberland, Yorkshire.
Full text:PDF - Published Version (2435Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://www.bradshawfoundation.com/inora/newsletter_index.html
Record Created:25 Jun 2008
Last Modified:31 May 2011 16:35

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