Spatial Science Blog

Researcher Profile: Ian Moffat

I thought I’d make my first researcher profile an introduction to me and my research interests. I’m interested broadly in applying techniques such as geophysics, geochemistry and sedimentology to archaeological sites. My research is strongly field focused and takes place around Australia and internationally. I’m currently a PhD candidate within the Research School of Earth […]

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In Praise of Magpick: Free Gridding Software

I’d like to use this post to draw your attention to Magpick, a free program for the gridding of geophysical (or any other) data. This program is available for download for free from Geometrics at this location. Magpick was initially developed by Mikhail Tchernychev at the University of Hamburg in spring 1996 as a simple […]

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Welcome!

I’d like to welcome everyone to the Archaeometry Blog! I hope that this site will become a useful resource for everyone with an interest in applying scientific techniques to archaeology. I intend to discuss current research, profile researchers, research groups, companies or other blogs and most of all facilitate the sharing of useful information that […]

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