Publication : Microgravity Survey at Newgrange Passage Tomb

Publication : Microgravity Survey at Newgrange Passage Tomb from Landscape and Geophysical Services

By: Landscape and Geophysical Services  30/01/2012
Keywords: Research Projects, Archaeological Geophysics Ireland, Archaeological Geophysics Research,

This is the first microgravity survey over a passage tomb in Ireland. It was a sucessful test survey that proved the technique could find hidden chambers in other tombs of similar dimensions to Newgrange. Further details on the publications page of the LGS website.

 

 

 

Keywords: Archaeological Geophysics Ireland, Archaeological Geophysics Research, Geophysics Publications, Research Projects,

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