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Research

PhD: Creating software to enhance and/or automatically detect grave-like responses in geophysical datasets in order to improve the potential to detect inhumations during the pre-excavation stage of archaeological investigations

Favourites

  • Shine, D., Green, O'Carroll, F., Mandal, S. and Mullee, B., 2016. What Lies Beneath - Chasing the Trim Town Wall Circuit. Archaeology Ireland, 30 (1), 34-38.

Journal Articles

  • Shine, D., Green, O'Carroll, F., Mandal, S. and Mullee, B., 2016. What Lies Beneath - Chasing the Trim Town Wall Circuit. Archaeology Ireland, 30 (1), 34-38.

Conferences

  • Green, Cheetham, P. and Darvill, T., 2017. Information systems and ad hoc workflow models as viable applications to improve the pre-excavation detection of characteristic human interments. In: CAA International 14-16 March 2017 Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA.

Internet Publications

Posters

  • Green and Holmes, R., 2017. Accounting for Environmental and Anthropogenic Factors: Approaches to enhancing horizontal resolution and interpretability in geophysical surveys. In: CAA International, Atlanta, USA.
  • Green and Cheetham, P., 2016. Reimaging the Black Friary: Recent Approaches to Seeing Beyond Modern Activity at the Dominican Friary, Trim, Co Meath, Republic of Ireland. In: Near Surface Geophysics Group (NSGG) Meeting on Recent Work in Archaeological Geophysics.

PhD Theses

  • The investigation of the geophysical signatures of a range of burial type in both modern forensic and archaeological contexts. This research will look at a range of periods and burial types to develop a knowledge of the geophysical signatures from high-resolution electromagnetic and electrical survey systems. (supervisor: Paul Cheetham)

Conference Presentations

  • Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Information systems and ad hoc workflow models as viable applications to improve the pre-excavation detection of characteristic human interments, 14 March 2017, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA

Qualifications

  • BS in Biological Anthropology, Criminal Justice minor (Appalachian State University, 2014)
  • MSc in Forensic Archaeology (Bournemouth University, 2015)

Memberships

  • Aerial Archaeology Research Group, Member,
  • CAA (Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology), Member (2016-),
  • Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, Member,
  • International Society for Archaeological Prospection, Member,
  • Meath Archaeological & Historical Society, Member (2017-), https://mahs.ie/
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