is not planned to produce a published conference proceedings from AARG/EARSeL
2011, but authors of presentations - oral and posters - are encouraged
to consider the following avenues for publishing their work.
is the electronic newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group and
is published twice-yearly. The last two editions are available to members
only, but after a year they are available free to download from the AARG
website. The editor, Rog Palmer, will be at the conference and will be
happy to discuss potential contributions.
is the Open Access remote sensing Journal published by the European Association
of Remote Sensing Laboratories, and devoted to refereed scientific publications
in all fields of Earth observation and remote sensing. EARSeL eProceedings
aims for rapid publication no later than six months after submission, and
are available free online without subscription.
Prospection is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal.
may be possible to organise a special edition of this hard copy journal
comprising invited papers. The conference organising committee will review
this at the conference and comment from delegates is welcome.
is a not-for-profit, peer-reviewed academic e-journal for archaeology.
It is highly regarded in the field of electronic publication for its innovative
use of the medium, such as integrating data, visualisations and interactive
published twice a year. The contents of the journal are archived with the
Archaeology Data Service, the UK's digital archive for archaeology, whose
remit is the long-term preservation of digital research materials.