WORKING THE LAND, SEARCHING THE SOIL. A GEOPHYSICAL FRAMEWORK FOR DIACHRONIC LAND-USE STUDIES
Through an interdisciplinary approach, this project aims to redress current understanding of Neolithic land-use. Hereby, a synergy between archaeology, environmental studies and applied geophysics will provide insight into diachronic human-environment interactions in complex pedogical environments. Aimed at a robust basis for prehistoric archaeology, this will equally offer a future-oriented methodological framework for soil and environmental studies.