Tag Archives: LIDAR

Crockhamhill Commons survey

This week SWAG members are joining up with Sevenoaks Commons Heritage volunteers to survey Crockhamhill Common by foot. We’re looking for features that have shown up on a recent LiDAR map and recording details for future reference. Today was a … Continue reading

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LiDAR portal

We have now added the Commons areas as a layer on the LiDAR portal, so you can now see if features are inside a Common or outside! Go to https://kentlidar.org.uk/wp_kent/wp/ Very happy to run further sessions on the portal and LiDAR … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks Greensand Commons Project

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LiDAR – what is it?

LiDAR stands for “Light Detection and Ranging” and it has become an important tool in the field of archaeology. LiDAR UK has this to say about the ┬áprocess: LiDAR ┬ádata is very accurate, high resolution 3D data. Captured using special … Continue reading

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World War One stopline trench system revealed by lidar in Whitehorse Wood

The following article, by Andrew Mayfield, was recently published in Archaeologia Cantiana*: In 2011, a LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) survey was organised for the Medway Valley (reaching from Maidstone to Shorne and from Wrotham to Boxley). LIDAR surveys are … Continue reading

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