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The Archaeological Diving Company
Survey. Valerie J Keeley Ltd. have a range of experienced and qualified surveying staff. Appropriate, non-intrusive survey in advance of development is essential in a balanced approach to heritage management. Aerial survey involves visual examination and interpretation of the ground from the air by qualified archaeological staff. Low level oblique aerial photography is incorporated with ordnance survey information to display the results. Topographical surveys present a comprehensive picture of visible and partially visible surface features. The results detail and highlight potential sites that are present but are not always visible to the naked eye. Geophysical survey presents an image of sub-surface features. The results are provided in the form of geophysical interpretation and archaeological interpretation with supporting maps. Anomalies recorded in these surveys can be taken into account, allowing for a more controlled approach during the intrusive stage of investigation.
Ground Terrain Modelling and surveying on site