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Air & Earth: Aerial Archaeology in Ireland (2008)

Aerial archaeology is the practice of using aircraft (or in some cases satellites) to provide a high-level view of the historic environment based on conventional photography and a range of remote sensing technologies. It is relevant to all stages of archaeological work - reconnaissance, interpretation, analysis, publication and dissemination, and is one among many methods.

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