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Linford, N. 2004. From hypocaust to hyperbola: ground-penetrating radar surveys over mainly Roman remains in the UK, Archaeological Prospection 11, 237‒246 ; Nystrom, M., Holmgren, J., Fransson, J.E.S. and Olsson, H. 2014. Detection of windthrown trees using airborne laser scanning, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 30, 21‒29 ; Schneider, A., Takla, M., Nicolay, A., Raab, A. and Raab, T. 2015. A template-matching approach combining morphometric variables for automated mapping of charcoal kiln sites, Archaeological Prospection 22: doi: 10.1002/arp.1497 (in print) ; Verdonck, L., Vermeulen, F., Docter, R., Meyer, C. and Kniess, R. 2013. 2D and 3D ground-penetrating radar surveys with a modular system: data processing strategies and results from archaeological field tests, Near Surface Geophysics 11 (2), 239‒252 ; Verdonck, L., Taelman, D., Vermeulen, F. and Docter, R. 2015. The impact of spatial sampling and migration on the interpretation of complex archaeological ground-penetrating radar data, Archaeological Prospection 22: doi: 10.1002/arp.1501(in print) ; Wallace, L., Johnson, P., Strutt, K. and Mullen, A. 2014. Archaeological investigations of a major building, probably Roman, and related landscape features at Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, 2011-12, Archaeologia Cantiana 134, 187-203 ; Zhao, W., Forte, E., Pipan, M. and Tian, G. 2013. Ground penetrating radar attribute analysis for archaeological prospection, Journal of Applied Geophysics 97, 107‒117
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Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.