Western Lake District Air Photo & LiDAR Mapping Project Report
By Alison Deegan
This report summarises the methodologies employed by the project and the various imagery and cartographic sources that were consulted. This is followed by a period-based overview of the results and some discussion of the more significant monuments.
The Western Lake District Air Photo and Lidar Mapping Project was funded by National Grid through the auspices of the Lake District National Park Authority. The work was undertaken by Alison Deegan between May and August 2016 with the support of Lake District National Park Authority and Historic England.
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Project results
- 3 Data archiving and dissemination
- Appendix 1 Sphere of interest
- Appendix 2 Air photo collection details
- Appendix 3 Monument data (GIS)
- Appendix 4 Period terms indexed by the project
- Appendix 5 Site type terms indexed by the project
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 30
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The WLD Mapping Project covers 27km2, mostly in the Lake District National Park. It mapped archaeological features from air photos and lidar imagery.