New Paper in the Journal of the Anthroplogy Society of South Australia

I’m a co-author on a recently published paper entitled “Geophysical Investigations of the Tabernacle (Yilke) Cemetery, Encounter Bay, South Australia” by Marshallsay, Moffat and Beale.  This paper documents the results of a survey programme to locate unmarked graves in a historic cemetery undertaken a few years ago at the request of the local Uniting church.  The work was funded by the Sir Mark Mitchell Foundation and I was assisted in the field phase by a fantastic group of student volunteers.  I’m delighted that this work is (finally) accessible and would be very happy to pass on a PDF to anyone who is interested.

The full reference is:

Marshallsay, J., Moffat, I and Beale, A., 2012., Geophysical Investigations of the Tabernacle (Yilke) Cemetery, Encounter Bay, South Australia, Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia , 35: 91-103.

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