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Near IR KAP May 2010 Fuji F30

West Lothian Archaeology is non-commercial community group which, in addition to local work, is evolving into a group of widespread, independent individuals who provide mutual support, advice and publicity on the application of kite aerial photography in heritage/archaeology.

2009

Rosie and John Wells, Visible and near infra-red kite aerial photography of Ogilface sites in West Lothian, Community Archaeology in Scotland (Conference at Queen Margaret University), East Lothian Council and Archaeology Scotland, 82-85, May 2009.

Frontispiece: Gormyre Hill and Cathlaw, The Photogrammetric Record 24 (126), 118, June 2009.

Howburn Excavation Update, Biggar Archaeology,  June, 2009.

Rosie and John Wells, Aerial photography by kite, The Archaeologist, 50-51, No74, Winter 2009.

Rosie and John Wells, Kite aerial photography of archaeological sites in West Lothian: Gormyre Hill and Ogilface Castle/Standhill ('Ogelface in Ruins'), Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 180, 10, 2009.

Falkirk Young Archaeologists, Scotlands Rural Past, RCAHMS, 2009.

Rufford Abbey

Near IR KAP Jim Knowles

 

2010

Rosie and John Wells, The History of Torphichen Preceptory and the Order of the Knights Hospitaller in Scotland, Newsletter of the St John Historical Society, Clerkenwell, 7-14, June 2010.

Cover: Gravestones and Memorials, Strachur and Strathlachlan Parish, Strachur District LHS, 2010.

Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society, Newsletter, Issue 180, September 2010.

Jim Knowles, Geophysical Survey Report, Blackness, Castle Field, Earth Resistance Survey. Report No WLAG 001, October 2010.

Jim Knowles, John Wells and Rosie Wells, Netherton 'Old Hall', Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 118-119, 11, 2010.

Jim Knowles, Blackness Park (Castle Field), Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 74,11, 2010.

DART Project   Near IR

 

2011

BBC History Magazine (Cairnpapple in the snow - Jim Knowles), 12 (1), 85, January 2011.

John Wells, Rosie Wells and Jim Knowles, Kite aerial photography - Back to basics, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society, ArchSIG Newsletter, 8-9, Spring, 2011.

John Wells, Jim Knowles and Rosie Wells, Kite Aerial Photography,  Council for Independent Archaeology, Newsletter 71, 6-12, June, 2011.

Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, Newsletter 129, July 2011.

Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society, Newsletter, 183, July 2011.

John Wells, Rosie Wells and Jim Knowles, Gormyre Hill: Geophysical and kite aerial photographic survey and 3D modelling, Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 12, 184, 2011.

Jim Knowles,Torphichen Preceptory: A Circular Structure at The Glebe, Geophysical Survey. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 12, 184, 2011.

Geoff Bailey, Kinneil,  Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 12, 82, 2011.

John Wells, Rosie Wells, Cade Wells and Jim Knowles, Kite Aerial Thermography, International Society for Archaeological Prospection, Newsletter, 29, 9-10, November 2011.

Ogilface Castle

Kite aerial thermograph

 

2012

Jamie Humble, Beecraigs Country Park, West Lothian, Archaeological Evaluation for West Lothian Council. 0548/FUL/09, Headland Archaeology Ltd, May 2012.

Daer Valley Project, Biggar Archaeology, February 2012.

Michela Clari and Philip Graham, Learning to Let Go: Changing Patterns of Participation and Learning through the Digital Collections of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS), Museums and the Web 2012, April 11-14, San Diego, USA.

John Wells and Rosie Wells, Castles from the Air, The Castle Studies Group Bulletin, 14, 20-21, (Summer) 2012.

Building Bridges, The RCAHMS Annual Review for 2010-2011, p.15 Etna Brickworks.

Jim Powers, KAPtions: KAP Innovations, Journal of the American Kitefliers Association, 34, 2, 32-33, Summer 2012.

Geoffrey Stell, Monumental Connections: Rhodes, The English Tongue and Scotland, 1309-1522. Management of the Monumental Environment and its Landmarks, Scientific Bulletin 64, Europa Nostra. 177- 190, 2012.

Article: West Lothian Archaeology, West Lothian Heritage, Newsletter of West Lothian Heritage Services, West Lothian Council, Autumn 2012 (Associated archaeological kite aerial photography display boards).

AOC Archaeology, A Pict-and-mix selection. (uncredited kite aerial photo by Jim Knowles!), Current Archaeology, Issue 273, p42-43, December 2012. (Initial appearance A Pictish Cemetery in Perthshire)

 

 

2013

Jim Knowles, Gormyre Hill, A Multidisciplinary Investigation, Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, Journal of Archaeology Scotland, 13, 183, 2012.

West Lothian Archaeological Trust, Low Level Aerial Photography A technique for everyone, Archaeology Scotland Magazine, Issue 16, 15-17, Spring 2013.

Jim Knowles, Kite Aerial Photographic Survey of Bathgate Castle, The Castle Studies Group Bulletin, 15, 4-5, April 2013.

Rosie and John Wells, Cover photos, Legacy o the Last Lum, History of Armadale Association, ISBN No.978-0-9514941-5-8, 2013.

Jim Knowles, Gormyre Camp, A Multidisciplinary Approach, Survey and Excavation Report, Report No WLAG 002, March 2013.

Jim Knowles, Geophysical Survey Report, Blackness, Castle Field, Earth Resistance Survey. Report No WLAG 001 (Revised), March 2013.

Gail Purvis, Kids, Kites, Cameras and Archaeology, Compute Scotland, 15th October 2013.

John Wells, Jim Knowles and Rosie Wells, Kite Aerial Photography,  Independent Archaeology, Newsletter of the Council for Independent Archaeology, ISSN 2046-3227, 76, 10-14, November 2013  (Colour reprint of article from Newsletter No 71)

 

Arbor Low Henge and Stone Circle

Jim Knowles

 

2014

John Wells, The Scottish National Aerial Photography Scheme, News Article, History Scotland. Vol 14, No2, 14, March/Apr 2014

Harold Kalman, Heritage Planning, Routledge 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

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