Ghent University Academic Bibliography

Advanced

Evaluating CORONA: a case study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia)

Wouter Gheyle UGent, Raf Trommelmans, Jean Bourgeois UGent, Rudi Goossens UGent, Ignace Bourgeois, Alain De Wulf UGent and Tom Willems (2004) ANTIQUITY. 78(300). p.391-403
abstract
Satellite photographs, such as the CORONA series, are proving valuable instruments of archaeological reconnaissance, especialy for landscapes that are relatively unknown or unprotected Moreover, satellite imagery can be used for detailed mapping of remote areas, so that a topographic map or Digital Elevation Model can form the background for the archaeological information. However, images seen on the photographs may not be immediately recognisable as sites, and sites on the ground may escape detection from a satellite. In a current project in south Siberia the authors test the visibility of the one against the other.
Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:
author
organization
year
type
journalArticle (original)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
MIDDLE-EAST, SATELLITE PHOTOGRAPHY, Scytho-Siberian period, DEM, mapping, CORONA satellite imagery, archaeological survey methods
journal title
ANTIQUITY
Antiquity
volume
78
issue
300
pages
391 - 403
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000222273700013
ISSN
0003-598X
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A1
id
293818
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-293818
date created
2004-08-17 16:34:00
date last changed
2015-06-17 10:09:57
@article{293818,
  abstract     = {Satellite photographs, such as the CORONA series, are proving valuable instruments of archaeological reconnaissance, especialy for landscapes that are relatively unknown or unprotected Moreover, satellite imagery can be used for detailed mapping of remote areas, so that a topographic map or Digital Elevation Model can form the background for the archaeological information. However, images seen on the photographs may not be immediately recognisable as sites, and sites on the ground may escape detection from a satellite. In a current project in south Siberia the authors test the visibility of the one against the other.},
  author       = {Gheyle, Wouter and Trommelmans, Raf and Bourgeois, Jean and Goossens, Rudi and Bourgeois, Ignace and De Wulf, Alain and Willems, Tom},
  issn         = {0003-598X},
  journal      = {ANTIQUITY},
  keyword      = {MIDDLE-EAST,SATELLITE PHOTOGRAPHY,Scytho-Siberian period,DEM,mapping,CORONA satellite imagery,archaeological survey methods},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {300},
  pages        = {391--403},
  title        = {Evaluating CORONA: a case study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia)},
  volume       = {78},
  year         = {2004},
}

Chicago
Gheyle, Wouter, Raf Trommelmans, Jean Bourgeois, Rudi Goossens, Ignace Bourgeois, Alain De Wulf, and Tom Willems. 2004. “Evaluating CORONA: a Case Study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia).” Antiquity 78 (300): 391–403.
APA
Gheyle, Wouter, Trommelmans, R., Bourgeois, J., Goossens, R., Bourgeois, I., De Wulf, A., & Willems, T. (2004). Evaluating CORONA: a case study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia). ANTIQUITY, 78(300), 391–403.
Vancouver
1.
Gheyle W, Trommelmans R, Bourgeois J, Goossens R, Bourgeois I, De Wulf A, et al. Evaluating CORONA: a case study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia). ANTIQUITY. 2004;78(300):391–403.
MLA
Gheyle, Wouter, Raf Trommelmans, Jean Bourgeois, et al. “Evaluating CORONA: a Case Study in the Altai Republic (South Siberia).” ANTIQUITY 78.300 (2004): 391–403. Print.