A formal list of publications from the DART project has been made available on Mendeley and Cite-U-Like. This will include links to specific journals and conference proceedings. It is suggested that academics use these links. We are also producing a subject bibliography for the different study areas which will be open to the public.
However, we will make all publications arising from DART available to everyone. This list below is for the publications hosted on Scribd.
Publicly accessible publications
- Multi-temporal benchmarking to aid in archaeological feature detection: the application of continuum removal techniques in the analysis of hyper-spectral data.
David Stott, School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK Anthony Beck, School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK Doreen Boyd, Department of Geography, University of Nottingham, UK Gary Llewelyn, N …
- The driest spring in 100 years: hyperspectral imaging and spectro-radiometry of vegetation over known archaeological features
Boyd, D.S., Beck, A., Stott, D., Llewellyn, G. and Carrol, Q.
- A vision for Open Archaeology
The final article (DOI:10.1080/00438243.2012.737581) is in Volume 44, Issue 4, 2012 of World Archaeology: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rwar20/44/4
- DART Grant Application
This is the DART Grant application submitted to AHRC. The financial details have been redacted
- DART: Excavation and probe installation at Harnhill, Cirencester and Diddington, St Neots in April and June 2011
By Keith Wilkinson. This is a preliminary report. Any results are subject to change pending full analysis.
- DART progress report – July 2011
A progress report for DART: July 2011, by Anthony Beck, Dan Boddice, Rob Fry, Laura Pring and David Stott.
- The DART Project: A major new investigation into what lies beneath our soils (Council for Independent Archaeology Newsletter)
An overview of the DART project for the Council for Independent Archaeology Newsletter. By Anthony Beck and Rob Fry
- Student Research Profile – The DART project: Update
An update on the DART Project for the Archaeology Special Interest Group Newsletter, Spring 2011 by Rob Fry. This is available online – http://rspsoc.org/images/uploads/sig_publications/ArchSIG_Newsle …
- ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE DETECTION: THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTRAST
This paper was presented at the 2007 Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society conference in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. It has been placed on Scribd because the on-line proceedings hosted at Newcastle Unive …
- Archaeological applications of multi/hyper-spectral data – challenges and potential (a paper presented to EAC March 2010)
Multi/hyper-spectral sensors offer immense potential as archaeological prospection tools. The sensors are sensitive to emitted or reflected radiation over different areas (wavelengths) of the electrom …
- AARGnews40 Beck
The actual AARG news publication offprint. Thanks Rog
- The DART project: Developing the roadmap for archaeological remote sensing in the 21st century
Position piece about the DART project for Aerial Archaeology Research Group (AARG) news.