Recording, sharing and linking micromorphological data: A two-pillar database system

Sarah Lo Russo, David Brönnimann, Christine Pümpin, Kristin Ismail-Meyer, Philippe Rentzel, Rita Gautschy, Johannes Wimmer, Yannick Devos, Karin Nys

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In archaeological soil and sediment micromorphology, research is grounded in observations made with petrographic microscopes. These observations are recorded using standardised terms and microphotographs. The two-pillar database system allows a user-friendly recording of these observations with I-GEOARCHrec and the possibility to link these data to field pictures and microphotographs publicly available in I-GEOARCHive.
Originele taal-2English
Artikelnummer0220361
Aantal pagina's7
TijdschriftOpen Archaeology
Volume10
DOI's
StatusPublished - 23 mrt 2024

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