03 January 2016

It's talking Season Again

Winter is here, or not with these warm temperatures, so it is time for me to put down the geophys gear and do some talks.

The first will be for the Eastbourne Natural History and Archaeological Society. It is at St Saviour’s Church Hall, Spencer Rd, Eastbourne on Friday 8th of January 2016 at 7:30pm. I'll be doing some geophysics for the society in 2016, so I've been asked to talk about the sort of things that geophysics can find by talking about the settlements along the Hardham to Pevensey Roman road, focussing on Barcombe.

The second is at this year's symposium, run by the Sussex School of Archaeology, on the subject of the radar I did on Roman Chichester. I'll hopefully be back in 2016 to do more of that, so there may well be further talks. The date for that talk is the 19th of March, 2016, at the Huxley Building, University of Brighton.

1 comment:

  1. David:
    I'm contacting you this way because I can't find an email address for you. Purely for my own edification, I'm designing a resistometer surveying device. I would like to be able to use it with Snuffler, and this would be easiest if I were to adopt an existing file format or communication protocol. Are these documented anywhere? If the answer is too long for the comments, you can contact me on email paul (email at) scazon (dot) com. Thanks, Paul Burke.