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Archéologie, forêt et Lidar : une recherche qui a du relief ! Conclusion

Abstract : The ten articles in this issue have given us a broad overview of the use of LiDAR technologies for the study of archaeological remains under dense forest or vegetation cover. Coming from a variety of contexts with studies of which a good part is unpublished, the numerous data presented in this special issue cover a large part of France, from the Pays de la Loire to the Great East, from the Hauts-de-France to the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, with an excursus in Mexico. We have therefore taken the opportunity to draw up, from these contributions on 19 different zones, a repertoire of the anthropic reliefs observed on LiDAR images, which are evoked in the 10 contributions. 59 types of relief, divided into nine areas of activity have been identified. This document is incomplete and still very perfectible, but we hope that it will be useful to have an overall view of the traces studied in this special issue, and will make it possible to begin the implementation of a more exhaustive reference system, at least on the scale of the French territory.
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Laurent Costa, Laure Laüt, Christophe Petit. Archéologie, forêt et Lidar : une recherche qui a du relief ! Conclusion. Archéologies numériques, Openscience, 2020, 4 (1), pp.1-10. ⟨hal-02887398⟩



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