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Acknowledgements#

This guide forms a revision of the Archaeology Data Service / Arts and Humanities Data Service GIS Guide to Good Practice (1998) publication. As such it is appropriate to acknowledge those who contributed to the original edition (though please note that organisational affiliations are likely to have changed).

We would like to express our sincere thanks for all the people who reviewed the GIS Guide to Good Practice, offered suggestions for its improvement, and contributed to its shape.

Mark Aldenderfer, University of California - Santa Barbara

Javier Baena, Universitaria de Cantoblanco

Bob Bewley, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

Nick Burton, Central Archaeology Service, English Heritage

Steve Catney, Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers

Nigel Clubb, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

David Dawson, Museums Documentation Association

Piers Dixon, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

Danny Donaghue, University of Durham

Vince Gaffney, University of Birmingham

Mike Heyworth, Council for British Archaeology

Jeremy Huggett, University of Glasgow

Val Kinsler, 100% Proof

Edmund Lee, Data Standards Unit, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

Ian Morrison, English Heritage

Ian Oxley, Archaeological Diving Unit, University of St Andrews

Gillian Quine, Data Standards Unit, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

Les Rackham, Ordnance Survey

Julian Richards, University of York

Armin Schmidt, University of Bradford

Tim Seaman, Archeological Records Management Section, New Mexico Historic Preservation Division

Zoran Stancic, University of Ljubljana

Martijn van Leusen, University of Groningen

Rob Walker, Association for Geographic Information


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