Reading list: (revised March 2013)
- http://www.univie.ac.at/Luftbildarchiv/ Written in English, this web site covers the basics of aerial survey and ALS and shows uses of these in landscape archaeology.
- Renfrew, C. and Bahn, P., 2012. Archaeology: theories, methods and practice (6th edition). Thames and Hudson: London. (‘Aerial Survey’, p78-87)
Photo reading examples
- Wilson, D.R., 2000. Air Photo Interpretation for Archaeologists. Tempus, Stroud.
- http://www.archaeolandscapes.eu/ Topics of interest may be found in the Capture, Interpret and Case Studies pages.
- Brophy, K. and Cowley, D. (ed), 2005. From The Air: Understanding Aerial Archaeology. Tempus, Stroud.
- AARGnews (the newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group). AARG members have free access to pdf copies of all past issues, non-members can get all but the most recent issues. http://www.univie.ac.at/aarg/php/cms/index.php?s=AARG-News
Using archival images
- David C. Cowley, Robin A. Standring, and Matthew J. Abicht (ed), 2010. Landscapes through the Lens: Aerial Photographs and Historic Environment. Oxbow: Oxford.
- Hanson, W.S and Oltean, I.A.(ed), 2013. Archaeology from Historical Aerial and Satellite Archives. Springer: New York. (e-book: http://www.springer.com/social+sciences/anthropology+%26+archaeology/book/978-1-4614-4504-3)
- Crutchley, S. and Crow, P., 2009. The Light Fantastic: using airborne laser scanning in archaeological survey. Swindon: English Heritage. [free pdf download: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/publications/light-fantastic/]
- Rachel Opitz and Dave Cowley (ed), 2013. Interpreting Archaeological Topography: 3D data, visualisation and observation. Oxbow, Oxford.
Uses of satellite images
- Comer, D.C. and Harrower, M.J. (ed), 2013. Mapping Archaeological Landscapes from Space. Springer: New York.