Author(s): Riley, H.
Riley, H. 1999. The Use of Global Positioning System Technology to Record and Interpret Archaeological Sites and Landscapes, in: Dingwall, L., S. Exon, V. Gaffney, S. Laflin and M. van Leusen (eds.) Archaeology in the Age of the Internet. CAA97. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference, University of Birmingham, April 1997 (BAR International Series 750). Archaeopress, Oxford, pp. 189-194.
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Year of publication: 1999
Year of CAA: 1997
Theme: Making History