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Chances of Airborne SAR in the Investigation of Buried Archaeological Sites in Moist Soil in Bavaria

Roland Linck, Jens Fischer et Rebecca Casement
p. 175-178

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– Use of Airborne SAR for detecting buried archaeology.

– Evaluation of penetrative capabilities of SAR in moist areas.

– Use of high resolution fully polarimetric SAR data in X-, C-, S- & L-band.

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Introduction
Used sensor
Case studies
Roman road at Eining (Lkr. Kelheim)
Roman villa rustica at Erlstätt (Lkr. Traunstein)
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Introduction

In the last few years, the use of Synthetic-Aperture-Radar (SAR) has become quite widespread owing to a dramatic improvement of the resolution of the corresponding sensors. After the first tests at sites in Syria (Linck, 2013; Linck et al., 2013), several further works have been published in recent years (e.g. Chen et al., 2016; Stewart et al., 2016; Lasaponara & Masini, 2019; Tapete & Cigna, 2019). All of these previous studies have two things in common: they are mainly investigating sites in desert and/or arid region and they are using satellite SAR data. With the use of Airborne SAR data, the resolution can be further improved due to the lower flight altitude, especially by applying a circular flight. Within this project, the chances of detecting buried archaeological remains in humid regions of Bavaria shall be investigated. All results are in-situ checked by previous GPR surveys of the Bavarian State Department of Monuments and Sites (BLfD).

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Roland Linck, Jens Fischer et Rebecca Casement, « Chances of Airborne SAR in the Investigation of Buried Archaeological Sites in Moist Soil in Bavaria »ArcheoSciences, 45-1 | 2021, 175-178.

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Roland Linck, Jens Fischer et Rebecca Casement, « Chances of Airborne SAR in the Investigation of Buried Archaeological Sites in Moist Soil in Bavaria »ArcheoSciences [En ligne], 45-1 | 2021, mis en ligne le 16 août 2021, consulté le 24 septembre 2021. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/archeosciences/9413 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/archeosciences.9413

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Roland Linck

Corresponding author, Bavarian State Department of Monuments and Sites, Ref. Z V: Zentrallabor & Geo-Erkundung, Hofgraben 4, 80539 Munich, Germany, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Geophysics, Theresienstr. 41, 80333 Munich, Germany

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Jens Fischer

German Aerospace Center, Microwaves and Radar Institute, Muenchner Straße 20, 82234 Wessling, Germany

Rebecca Casement

Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Geophysics, Theresienstr. 41, 80333 Munich, Germany

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Article L.111-1 du Code de la propriété intellectuelle.

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