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Archaeological LiDAR in Italy: enhancing research with publicly accessible data

  • Jesús García Sánchez (a1)
Abstract

Recent changes to the availability and accessibility of LiDAR data in Italy have greatly expanded the potential for their exploration by members of the general public. Further promotion of this fact and how to engage with such data could prove to be of significant value to both archaeologists and other interested parties.

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