Dr Kelsey Lowe
In 2012, Australian Archaeology published the paper entitled "Review of Geophysical Applications in Australian Archaeology'. At the time, the goals of the article were to examine the history of archaeological geophysics in Australia and to consider the factors that may have prevented these methods not being utilised in many archaeological investigations to date. It concluded by stating that considerations such as costs, time, instrument availability and lack of theoretical knowledge contributed to the limited uptake of these techniques. This paper also offered suggestions on geophysical applications today and whether there was potential in Australian archaeology. Six years have passed since its initial publication, therefore, the following paper addresses the changes or improvements of this discipline in Australian archaeology, and considers whether it has in fact moved forward.
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