Geophysical survey can be an important aspect of an archaeological assessement. The two most common techniques, Resistivity and Gradiometry, can rapidly reveal subsurface remains of potential archaeological interest helping you in understanding the likely archaeological implications of development.

CFA can advise on the most applicable technique for your site and ensure that it meets the requirements of the curator. Surveys can be timetabled to meet your needs.

To discuss how we can help you please contact your regional office or contact general enquiries:

enquiries@cfa-archaeology.co.uk

 

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