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  • Author:
    John Warvelle Harbaugh
  • ISBN:
    0697050297
  • ISBN13:
    978-0697050298
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    W. C. Brown Co (1974)
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    123 pages
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Dr John Oswin is in charge of the geophysics operation of the Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society . Other books in this series. John Oswin graduated in physics in 1974, but by then already had a keen interest in archaeology, and several years experience of excavation

Dr John Oswin is in charge of the geophysics operation of the Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society and his work has recently been the subject of a television programme. He has taught many students how to use geophysical equipment. John Oswin graduated in physics in 1974, but by then already had a keen interest in archaeology, and several years experience of excavation. After 30 years career as a specialist in underwater sound, he has returned to archaeology with the Bath and Camerton Archaeological Society and has taken on their geophysics operation.

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