Original paper

Scratching the surface of war. Airborne laser scans of the Great War conflict landscape in Flanders (Belgium)

Volume: 90, Pages: 55 - 68
Published: Jan 1, 2018
Abstract
In light of the growing interest in the Great War – stimulated by the ongoing centennial commemorations – the conflict landscape in Belgium and France is currently the subject of scientific research projects, archaeological excavations, heritage-related initiatives and exhibitions. However, the extent of the archaeological heritage and surface remains of the Great War remain underestimated. Current heritage management and the proposal for a...
Paper Details
Title
Scratching the surface of war. Airborne laser scans of the Great War conflict landscape in Flanders (Belgium)
Published Date
Jan 1, 2018
Volume
90
Pages
55 - 68
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