Virtual Event: Recent Advances in Archaeological Geophysics 2021
A 1-day online event from the Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society.
Venue: Online ‘Collaborate’ session, University of Leeds
19th February 2021
Adam Booth – School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds; email: email@example.com
Paul Linford – Historic England, Fort Cumberland, Eastney, Portsmouth
The Near Surface Geophysics Group (NSGG) of the Geological Society of London is pleased to announce that the 14th biennial “Recent Advances in Archaeological Geophysics” meeting will be held as an online event. With the COVID-19 situation limiting options for physical meetings, we are eager to bring the community together by virtual means.
Near surface geophysical techniques have become increasingly established in archaeological research and evaluation over the past decade, and are now routinely applied in archaeological investigations. This meeting offers a virtual forum where UK and international contributors can present and discuss the results of recent research and case studies.
Registration is free but required, in order to access the link to the virtual forum. Please use the link below to register your interest, enter your details and submit an abstract. The capacity of the event is 250 delegates, so register early to avoid disappointment! For enquiries, please contact Dr Adam Booth (firstname.lastname@example.org).