For forty years, geophysics has gradually gained an important place among the methods used for archaeological studies. Through geophysics, non-destructive information about sub-surface structures and features is obtainable.
Georadar can be used to detect buried objects, building foundations, underground tunnels as well as burial sites.
In some cases, electromagnetic methods (EM-61, EM-31, etc.) and magnetometry and electrical resistivity are other methods that can yield key insights to archaeological studies.
For more information, please contact our Ground Survey Team.