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Insights in the possibilities of an electromagnetic induction sensor to map the military remains, buried in the former World War 1 front zone

Nicolas Note (UGent) , Timothy Saey (UGent) , Wouter Gheyle (UGent) , Birger Stichelbaut (UGent) , Hanne Van den Berghe (UGent) , Veerle Van Eetvelde (UGent) , Jean Bourgeois (UGent) and Marc Van Meirvenne (UGent)
(2017)
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Landscape Archaeology of the Great War: a Non-Invasive Approach

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Note, Nicolas, Timothy Saey, Wouter Gheyle, Birger Stichelbaut, Hanne Van den Berghe, Veerle Van Eetvelde, Jean Bourgeois, and Marc Van Meirvenne. 2017. “Insights in the Possibilities of an Electromagnetic Induction Sensor to Map the Military Remains, Buried in the Former World War 1 Front Zone.” In .
APA
Note, Nicolas, Saey, T., Gheyle, W., Stichelbaut, B., Van den Berghe, H., Van Eetvelde, V., Bourgeois, J., et al. (2017). Insights in the possibilities of an electromagnetic induction sensor to map the military remains, buried in the former World War 1 front zone. Presented at the Pedometrics 2017.
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Note N, Saey T, Gheyle W, Stichelbaut B, Van den Berghe H, Van Eetvelde V, et al. Insights in the possibilities of an electromagnetic induction sensor to map the military remains, buried in the former World War 1 front zone. 2017.
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Note, Nicolas, Timothy Saey, Wouter Gheyle, et al. “Insights in the Possibilities of an Electromagnetic Induction Sensor to Map the Military Remains, Buried in the Former World War 1 Front Zone.” 2017. Print.
@inproceedings{8530522,
  author       = {Note, Nicolas and Saey, Timothy and Gheyle, Wouter and Stichelbaut, Birger and Van den Berghe, Hanne and Van Eetvelde, Veerle and Bourgeois, Jean and Van Meirvenne, Marc},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Wageningen},
  title        = {Insights in the possibilities of an electromagnetic induction sensor to map the military remains, buried in the former World War 1 front zone},
  year         = {2017},
}