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World War I heritage in Belgium: combining historical aerial photography and EMI

Birger Stichelbaut (UGent) , Timothy Saey (UGent) , Fun Meeuws (UGent) , Jean Bourgeois (UGent) and Marc Van Meirvenne (UGent)
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Millions of aerial photographs were taken by all fighting nations during World War I. These photographs are a remarkable and previously underexploited source of information for the study of this conflict heritage. This paper describes interdisciplinary research combining archival research, the interpretation and detailed mapping of historic aerial photographs and the application of electromagnetic induction. These techniques are combined in two case studies (Geluveld & Oostduinkerke) to evaluate the archaeological heritage of World War I.
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Stichelbaut, Birger, Timothy Saey, Fun Meeuws, Jean Bourgeois, and Marc Van Meirvenne. 2011. “World War I Heritage in Belgium: Combining Historical Aerial Photography and EMI.” In EAC Occasional Papers, ed. David C Cawley, 5:265–273. Brussels, Belgium: European Archaeologia Consilium (EAC).
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Stichelbaut, B., Saey, T., Meeuws, F., Bourgeois, J., & Van Meirvenne, M. (2011). World War I heritage in Belgium: combining historical aerial photography and EMI. In D. C. Cawley (Ed.), EAC Occasional Papers (Vol. 5, pp. 265–273). Presented at the 11th EAC Heritage Management Symposium, Brussels, Belgium: European Archaeologia Consilium (EAC).
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Stichelbaut B, Saey T, Meeuws F, Bourgeois J, Van Meirvenne M. World War I heritage in Belgium: combining historical aerial photography and EMI. In: Cawley DC, editor. EAC Occasional Papers. Brussels, Belgium: European Archaeologia Consilium (EAC); 2011. p. 265–73.
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Stichelbaut, Birger, Timothy Saey, Fun Meeuws, et al. “World War I Heritage in Belgium: Combining Historical Aerial Photography and EMI.” EAC Occasional Papers. Ed. David C Cawley. Vol. 5. Brussels, Belgium: European Archaeologia Consilium (EAC), 2011. 265–273. Print.
@inproceedings{3111574,
  abstract     = {Millions of aerial photographs were taken by all fighting nations during World War I. These photographs are a remarkable and previously underexploited source of information for the study of this conflict heritage. This paper describes interdisciplinary research combining archival research, the interpretation and detailed mapping of historic aerial photographs and the application of electromagnetic induction. These techniques are combined in two case studies (Geluveld \& Oostduinkerke) to evaluate the archaeological heritage of World War I.},
  author       = {Stichelbaut, Birger and Saey, Timothy and Meeuws, Fun and Bourgeois, Jean and Van Meirvenne, Marc},
  booktitle    = {EAC Occasional Papers},
  editor       = {Cawley, David C},
  isbn         = {9789639911208},
  keyword      = {ARCHAEOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Reykjavik, Iceland},
  pages        = {265--273},
  publisher    = {European Archaeologia Consilium (EAC)},
  title        = {World War I heritage in Belgium: combining historical aerial photography and EMI},
  volume       = {5},
  year         = {2011},
}

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