Soil Resistivity and Paleolithic Sites
A review of the research study entitled "Detecting Paleolithic Activity Areas Through Electrical Resistivity Survery: An Assessment from Vale de Obidos, Portugal" by Paul T. Thacker and B. Ellwood Brooks.
# 140782 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 |
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The paper examines a passage that details how the researchers avoid the problem seen in earlier research of confirmation. The paper discusses how the researchers here use samples of different sensitivities to analyze what different readings indicate rather than to focus only on the large-scale differences, which give some data but not as precisely or as broadly in terms of indicating what has occurred on the site.
From the Paper:"1. The authors seek to determine the value of electrical resistivity surveying to detect activity at Paleolithic sites. 2. The answer to this question would show that the use of this technology would lead to valuable Paleolithic sites in the future and so would facilitate the search. 3. The authors develop data from an open air Paleolithic site using..."
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