Geoarchaeology is a fascinating field located at the convergence of two scientific disciplines, geology/engineering and archaeology. Aspects of this field include geophysical exploration such as ground penetrating radar, photogeology, magnetometer surveys, satellite image analysis and geographic information systems or GIS.
GPR Used to Locate Possible ‘Superhenge’ Near Stonehenge
Archaeologists using high-resolution ground penetrating radar (GPR) have located a massive collection of stones less than 3 km from the well-known Stonehenge site. This grouping of 90 stones, up to 4.5 meters tall (14.7 feet) […]