ANDS Services - Demonstration Environment - development

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These resources have been collected under an ARC Linkage Grant with joint copyright held by UWA; the Chief and Principal Investigators and Research Associates. Permission to publish photos must be sought from the Lead Chief Investigator Professor Peter Veth and relevant authors with shared or third party IP rights.

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The Clarence team used 3H Consulting???s Site Recorder 4 (SR4) software to digitally map the trench during excavation. The survey measurements on the site were primarily taken using Direct Survey Method (also referred to as 3D tri-lateration). The 2D site plans for the excavation trench was assembled using data from a range of survey techniques, including direct survey method, feature measurements, drawing frames, and scaled and rectified photography. These plans can be viewed in the gallery as static JPEG images

Available: 29 06 2013

Data time period: 1987 to 12 2012

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: St Leaonards, Victoria, Australia