Report number: 68/2017



Title Cheshire NMP and Lidar Project: Sampling the Peak Fringe, Cheshire Plain and Mersey Valley A National Mapping Programme Project Report
Summary This illustrated report describes the results and methods of air photo and lidar assessment and mapping for four blocks of landscape in Cheshire as part of the Cheshire NMP project. The project was funded by Historic England Heritage Protection Commissions and carried out by Archaeological Research Services Ltd between July 2015 - December 2016. The project used Historic England National Mapping Programme methods and standards. The report includes a review of the sources used and how these and other factors influenced the results. An overview of archaeological results describes the extent, distribution, type and survival of remains. More detailed descriptions of the nature of the archaeological remains are covered in thematic sections. This report concludes with a summary of the role of the data in strategic planning and recommendations for further work.
Series Other
Pages 66
Authors
  • Hardwick, Ian
Keywords Aerial Photograph Interpretation ,  Aerial Photography ,  Lidar Survey ,  National Mapping Programme
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