Ian has teaching experience in a variety of archaeological science, sedimentology and field methods topics.  He has particular skills in field teaching, developed as a Principal Instructor for geoscience education company Precipice Training.  In this role he is responsible for teaching in the fields of geophysics, geochemistry and Quaternary geology. In this position he regularly organises and teaches short field courses for a range of international petroleum companies.  He is experienced in undergraduate and graduate teaching as well as graduate student supervision from my appointment within the Department of Archaeology at Flinders University. As part of this appointment, Ian teaches Australia’s only dedicated topic in archaeological geophysics and has contributed to the teaching of topics including Laboratory Archaeology, Archaeological Field Methods, Forensic Archaeology, Underwater and Coastal Archaeology, Archaeological Science/Quaternary Ecology, Maritime Archaeology Field School and Indigenous Archaeology Field School.

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Archaeometry is made up of multi skilled archaeological science professionals with extensive commercial and academic experience around the world.

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We provide specialised technical services in the fields of Geophysics, Geochemistry, Geoarchaeology, Spatial Science and Archaeology to assist our clients in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management.

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As well as undertaking commercial projects Archaeometry is very active in academia with our staff frequently publishing research and undertaking teaching.

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I’m very happy to have joined the team within the Laboratory of Geophysical-Remote Sensing and Archaeoenvironment at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Foundation for Research and Technology, Hellas for a year as a postdoctoral fellow.  While I will miss life in Australia I am delighted to be in Crete and very excited to work with […]

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Causes of ground-penetrating radar reflections in sediments

This PhD thesis by Remke Leander van Dam submitted to VU Amsterdam in 2001 is an excellent discussion of the role of water, iron oxides and organic matter in generating GPR reflectors in shallow sediments.

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FlashRES-UNIVERSAL from ZZ Resistivity Imaging

I’ve just been introduced to the FlashRES-UNIVERSAL resistivity imaging system designed and produced by ZZ Resistivity Imaging in Adelaide. I’m very impressed with the equipment which is compact, very easy to use and obviously designed with the field worker.

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On the Road, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

On the Road, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

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PAPing in Mapoon

Dr Chet Walker from Archaeo-Geophysical Associates and William Busch from Mapoon Land and Sea doing a pole aerial photography survey of the Mapoon Mission Cemetery.

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