Jennie Williams

Jennie Williams

Volunteer

For my thesis I combined field survey with GIS based analysis of Morden Hall Park in South London, utilising LIDAR data, satellite imagery, and historic photography to investigate changing land use and conservation in an increasingly urbanised environment

My interests are in landscape archaeology and heritage management, having recently completed an MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology at the University of Oxford in 2016. During this time I participated in landscape survey fieldwork in areas of Oxfordshire, and at Robin Hood’s Ball on Salisbury Plain, covering various methods of geophysical and earthwork survey. For my thesis I combined field survey with GIS based analysis of Morden Hall Park in South London, utilising LIDAR data, satellite imagery, and historic photography to investigate changing land use and conservation in an increasingly urbanised environment. I am also interested in museum conservation and public engagement, via voluntary work with the University Museums in Oxford, as well as participating in the National Trust’s Archaeology Unwrapped training programme at Knole House in Kent. I am currently based in Jordan and contribute to the EAMENA project through satellite imagery analysis (as well as periodic site visits).

Keywords

GIS, landscape survey, LIDAR, satellite imagery, historic photography, Jordan

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