Clandon Park House, West Clandon, Surrey: Report on Geophysical Survey, May 2015

Author(s): Paul Linford, Andy Payne, Neil Linford

A geophysical survey was conducted over the east lawn and meadow at Clandon Park House, West Clandon, Surrey, to assist the National Trust establish on site storage and processing facilities following a devastating fire at the property. Vehicle towed ground penetrating radar and caesium magnetometer surveys were used, together with limited earth resistance coverage. Anomalies corresponding to the former layout of the ‘gravell garden’ were revealed, particularly within the radar data, and can be compared with C18th depictions of the garden layout.

Report Number:
83/2015
Series:
Research Department Reports
Pages:
9
Keywords:
Caesium Vapour Earth Resistance Gardens, Parks and Urban Spaces Geophysical Survey Ground Penetrating Radar Post Medieval

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