In my research I use various remote sensing and geophysics tools including magnetometry, resistivity, and satellite imagery.
I am currently seeking support to acquire geophysics equipment for research and education. I am also looking for opportunities for students to visit industry field sites to see research in action. To learn more about how you can help, consult the research info sheet.
For more about my work, see my 2010 Archaeological Prospection article, listed below, and visit the following pages:
- Magnetometry along the Front Range, Colorado (USA)
- Magnetometry at Zeidan, Syria
- Magnetometry at Kazane Höyük, Turkey
- Resistivity at Kenan Tepe, Turkey
2010 Creekmore, Andy. The structure of Upper Mesopotamian
cities: insight from fluxgate
gradiometer survey at Kazane Höyük, southeastern Turkey. Archaeological Prospection 17(2):
Magnetometry survey at Kenan Tepe, Turkey (using Geoscan FM-36 gradiometer)