Practical course to geophysical technologies for underwater archeology research

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General information

The Geophysical Technologies has been widely used by scientist to investigate on several fields related to the underwater context. But now, new technologies and easier software allow incorporating these tools easily into several research projects. Through this course we want to raise a discussion about its problematic, an introduction to several instruments by student practice, and evaluate its utility in several research fields.

In this course, the student will have a one-day training course per each instrument: MultiBeam, Slide Scan Sonar, Sub Buttom Proflier and UAV’s. This open sea practices will take place on the Research Vessel UCADIZ.

 A training course on Geophysical Technologies applied for underwater research, will offer to the students the opportunity to get deeper on this problematic and develop specific abilities on its research.

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The highlighted icons, represent the fields of education (in compliance with ISCED Classification) engaged during this course/programme.

0222 - Marine archaeology", "0532 - Marine Geology", "0731 - Surveying


Venue: University of Cádiz
Cádiz, Spain


Open from
23 May 2017 to 25 Jul 2017



Application Procedure:

Students interested in taking part in the course must register via the website and pay the course fee (200 €) before July 25th, 2017. The fee covers admission to the sessions and the activities included in the final programme of the course.


Academic level: Master, PhD, Lifelong Learning
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