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  1. Although the Belgian lowlands witnessed a dense rural occupation in Roman and especially in medieval times, the exact nature of the settlement patterns, the farms and the interaction with the landscape is still poorly understood archaeologically,…
  2. The archaeological evaluation of landscapes in the framework of developer-led archaeology is often based on extensive trenching programmes complemented with auger surveys in wetland environments. During the archaeological evaluation of a 90 ha…
  3. Studies of past human-landscape interactions rely upon the integration of archaeological, biological and geological information within their geographical context. However, detecting the often ephemeral traces of human activities at a landscape scale…
  4. Mobile multi-receiver electromagnetic induction sensors provide simultaneous readings of the apparent electrical conductivity (ECa) from overlapping soil volumes. Therefore, small contrasting features can be difficult to identify because they have a…
  5. Field methods to map and reconstruct the morphology of buried river systems are highly dependent on spatial interpolation. Conventional methods, such as standard borehole survey, allow a detailed vertical reconstruction of the shallow subsurface but…
  6. Local topography is an important parameter determining the erection of a certain type of site on a certain location in the landscape. Despite the importance of topography in archaeological landscape research, the role of local topography has…
  7. The archaeological evaluation of landscapes in the framework of developer-led archaeology is often based on extensive trenching programmes complemented with auger surveys in wetland environments. During the archaeological evaluation of a 90 ha…
  8. Studies of past human-landscape interactions rely upon the integration of archaeological, biological and geological information within their geographical context. However, detecting the often ephemeral traces of human activities at a landscape scale…
  9. As an alternative for the depth response approximations based on the theoretical Maxwell's equations, a procedure was proposed to fit depth response curves for different coil configurations. A 39ha study area was selected in the Belgian loess belt,…
  10. Understanding palaeotopographical variability forms the basis for understanding prehistoric societies. Alluvial and lacustrine environments, in particular, are key areas with both a high archaeological and palaeoecological potential. However, the…