Magnetic and Magnetic Susceptibility Surveying
The citations below represent applications of magnetic and magnetic susceptibility surveys.  General references relating to magnetism are also included below.

Abbott, J. T. and C. D. Frederick (1990). Proton Magnetometer Investigations of Burned Rock Middens in West-Central Texas: Clues to Formation Processes. Journal of Archaeological Science 17(5):535-545.

Aitken, M. J. (1958). Magnetic Prospecting: I - The Water Newton Survey. Archaeometry 1:24-29.

Aitken, M. J. (1959). Magnetic Prospecting: II (Surveys). Archaeometry 2:32-36.

Aitken, M. J. (1959). Magnetic Prospecting: IV - The Proton Magnetometer. Archaeometry 2:40-44.

Aitken, M. J. (1959). Magnetic Prospecting - An Interim Assessment. Antiquity 33:205-207.

Aitken, M. J. (1960). Magnetic Prospecting: The Proton Gradiometer. Archaeometry 3:38-40.

Aitken, M. J. (1964). The Proton Magnetometer and its Relationship to Aerial Photography. Colloque International d'Archéologie Aérienne:255-258.

Aitken, M. J., and J. Alldred (1964). A Simulator-trainer for Magnetic Prospection. Archaeometry 7:28-35.

Aitken, M. J., and J. Alldred (1966). Prediction of Magnetic Anomalies by Means of a Simulator. Prospezioni Archeologiche 1:67-72.

Aitken, M. J. (1969). Magnetic Location. In Science in Archaeology, edited by Don Brothwell and Eric Higgs, pp. 681-694. Thames and Hudson, London.

Aitken, M. J. (1970). Magnetic Prospecting. In Scientific Methods in Medieval Archaeology. R. Berger, ed. pp. 423-434. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Aitken, M. J. and M. S. Tite (1962). A Gradient Magnetometer using Proton Free Precession. Journal of Scientific Instruments 39:625-629.

Aitken, M. J., G. Webster, and A. Rees (1958). Magnetic Prospecting. Antiquity 32:270-271.

Alder, M.J. (1988). Locating Archaeological Features in Magnetic Data by Cross Correlation. Archaeometry 30(1):145-154.

Alldred, J. C. (1964). A Fluxgate Gradiometer for Archaeological Surveying. Archaeometry 7:14-19.

Alldred, J. C. and M. J. Aitken (1966). A Fluxgate Gradiometer for Archaeological Surveying. Prospezioni Archeologiche 1:53-60.

Allum, G. T., R. G. Ayroyd, and J. G. B. Haigh (1995). A New Statistical Approach to Reconstruction from Area Magnetometry Data. Archaeological Prospection 2(4):197-205.

Baksht, F.B. and Ju. M. Kolleganov (1994). Archaeomagnetic Anomalies: Phenomenology and Classification. In International Conference on the Application of Natural Sciences Methods in Archaeology Dedicated to the Memory of Professor B. A. Kolchin: Program Abstracts, compiled by The European Network PACT, pp. 166. The European Network PACT, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Ball, S.J. (1993). The Practical Application of Magnetic Surveys to Excavation Strategy: An Example from the Clampitt Site. In Current Research in Indiana Archaeology and Prehistory: 1991 & 1992, edited by B. Redmond, pp. 8-9. Research Reports 14. Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Ball, S.J. (1993). Effectiveness of Geophysical Techniques in Detecting Certain Classes of Archaeological Features. In Current Research in Indiana Archaeology and Prehistory: 1991 & 1992, edited by B. Redmond, pp. 63-66. Research Reports 14. Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Batt, C. M. and S. J. Dockrill (1998). Magnetic Moments in Prehistory: Integrating Magnetic Measurements with other Archaeological Data from the Scatness Multiperiod Settlement. Archaeological Prospection 5(4):217-227.

Becker, H. (1979). Magnetic Prospecting with a Difference Protonmagnetometer with an Automatic Data-record on a Digital Cassette. Archaeo-Physika 10:633-637.

Becker, H. (1995). From Nanotesla to Picotesla - A New Window for Magnetic Prospecting in Archaeology. Archaeological Prospection 2(4):217-228.

Belshe, J. C. (1957). Recent Magnetic Investigations at Cambridge. Advances in Physics 6:192-193.

Benech, C. and E. Marmet (1999). Optimum Depth of Investigation and Conductivity Response Rejection of the Different Electromagnetic Devices Measuring Apparent Magnetic Susceptibility. Archaeological Prospection 6(1):31-45.

Berry, R.W. (1985). Magnetometer Survey of Offshore Borrow Area, Key Biscayne, Florida. Continental Shelf Association, Incorporated. Submitted to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Bevan, B.W. (1975). A Magnetic Survey at Les Forges du Saint-Maurice. MASCA Newsletter 11(2):1.

Bevan, B.W. (1991). Technical Report: Selecting a Magnetometer. Society for Archaeological Sciences Bulletin 14(4):2-5.

Bevan, B.W. (1994). The Magnetic Anomaly of a Brick Foundation. Archaeological Prospection 1(2):93-104.

Bevan, B.W. (1995). A Program for the Temporal Correction of Magnetic Map. Ms. of file, Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Wyoming.

Bevan, B.W. And R.A. Dalan (1996). Basic Experiments in Magnetics. Ms. on file, Archaeology Research Center, University of Maine, Farmington.

Black, G. A., and R. B. Johnston (1962). A Test of Magnetometry as an Aid to Archaeology. American Antiquity 28(2):199-205.

Blades, B., J. Hennessy, and D. Orr (1993). Magnetometer Survey, APVA Portion of Jamestown Island, Virginia. Ms. on file, Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, National Park Service, Philadelphia.

Blake, V.S. (1991).  Remote Sensing in underwater Archaeology.  In Science and Archaeology, No. 33: 3-17.  Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Bond, C.L. (1980). Cultural Resources Assessment of Selected Magnetic Anomalies, Freemont Harbor, Texas, 45-foot Project. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Submitted to US Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, Galveston, Texas.

Boyer, D. and P. van Ngoc (1971). A Continuous Measurement Technique for Detailed Magnetic Prospecting: Application to an Archaeological Site. Prospezioni Archeologiche 6:43-52.

Breiner, S. (1965). The Rubidium Magnetometer in Archeological Exploration. Science 150(3693):185-193.

Breiner, S. (1972). Magnetic Exploration of the Olmec Civilization. American Scientist 60(5):566-575.

Breiner, S. (1973). Applications Manual for Portable Magnetometers. GeoMetrics, Sunnyvale, California.

Breiner, S. and M. D. Coe (1972). Magnetic Exploration of the Olmec Civilization. American Scientist 60:566-576.

Burgess, K. L. (1978). A Data Logger for the Automatic Collection of Magnetic Field Measurements. Unpublished Master's thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Burns, P.K. (1981). Magnetic Reconnaissance in the Dolores Archaeological Program. Unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Butler, W.B. (1997). Appendix B: Magnetic Susceptibility Investigations at an Adobe Pueblo Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. In Kirtland Air Force Base: Geophysical Studies, by J. T. Abbott, R.B. Roxlau, and W.B. Butler, pp. B1-B17. TRC Mariah Associates Inc., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Submitted to Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, and National Park Service, Denver. Contract No. 1443-CX-1200-92-010.

Cannon, K.P. And R. Nickel (1997). Site Relocation and Documentation in the Lemhi Valley, Idaho. Report No. ID4L97021. Bureau of Land Management, Salmon District, Salmon, Idaho.

Carlson, G.F. (1980). Preliminary Report on the Results of the 1980 Archeological Investigations at Rock Creek Station Site State Historical Park, Nebraska. Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln. Submitted to Nebraska Game & Parks Commission, Lincoln.

Challands, A. (1992). Field Magnetic Susceptibility Measurement for Prospection and Excavation. In Geoprospection in the Archaeological Landscape. P. Spoerry, ed. pp. 33-41. Oxbow Monograph No. 18. Oxbow Books, Oxford, Great Britain.

Clark, A. J. (1992). Archaeogeophysical Prospecting on Alluvium. In Alluvial Archaeology in Britain. S. Needham and M.G. Macklin, eds. pp. 43-49. Oxbow Monograph 27. Oxbow Books, Oxford, Great Britain.

Clark, A. J. and D. Haddon-Reece (1972-1973). An Automatic Recording System Using a Plessey Fluxgate Gradiometer. Prospezioni Archeologiche 7/8:107-113.

Clausen, C. C. (1981). Magnetometer Survey of Ponce Harbor, Puerto Rico. Continental Shelf Associates, Inc., Tequesta, Florida. Submitted to DOD-COE Jkvl District.

Claussen, C. J. (1966). The Proton Magnetometer: Its Use in Plotting the Distribution of the Ferrous Components of a Shipwreck Site as an Aid to Archaeological Interpretation. Florida Anthropologist 19(2):77-84.

Colani, C. and M. J. Aitken (1966). Utilization of Magnetic Viscosity Effects in Soils Archaeological Prospection. Nature 212:1446-1447.

Cole, M. A., N. T. Linford, A. W. Payne, and P. K. Linford (1994). Soil Magnetic Susceptibility Measurements and their Application to Archaeological Site Investigations. In Science and Site: Archaeological Sciences Conference. J. Beavis. Ed. Archetype Books, London.

Cole, M. A., N. T. Linford, A. W. Payne, and P. K. Linford (1995). Soil Magnetic Susceptibility Measurements and their Application to Archaeological Site Investigations. In Science & Site: Evaluation and Conservation. J. Beavis and K. Barker, eds. pp. 144-162. Occasional Paper 1. School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University, Poole, England.

Collcutt, S. N. (1993). M25 Widening Junctions 15-16, Bucks. Supplementary Report: Magnetic Susceptibility Measurement Techniques. Oxford Archaeotechnics, unpublished.

Crowther, J., and P. Barker (1995). Magnetic Susceptibility: Distinguishing Anthropogenic Effects from the Natural. Archaeological Prospection 2(4):207-215.

Dabas, M., A. Jolivet, and A. Tabbagh (1992). Magnetic Susceptibility and Viscosity of Soils in a Weak Time Varying Field. Geophysical Journal International 108:101-109.

Dabas, M., and J. Skinner (1993). Time Domain Magnetization of Soils (VRM), Experimental Relationship to Quadrature Susceptibility. Geophysics 58(3):326-333.

Dabrowski, K. (1963). The Application of Geophysical Methods to Archaeological Research in Poland. Archaeometry 6:83-88.

Dalan, R.A. And S.K. Banerjee (1996).  Soil Magnetism, an Approach for Examining Archaeological Landscapes. Geophysical Research Letters 23(2):185-188.

Dalan, R.A. And SK Banerjee (1998). Solving Archaeological Problems Using Techniques of Soil Magnetism. Geoarchaeology 13(1):3-36.

Dalan, R. A., H. W. Watters, Jr., and S. K. Banerjee (1996). The Application of Soil Magnetic Techniques for Determining the Original Form of Prehistoric Earthworks. Proceedings of the Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society of Explorational Geophysics 1:790-793.

Dearing, J. A., R. J. L. Dann, K. Hay, J. A. Lees, P. J. Loveland, B. A. Maher, and K. O’Grady (1996). Frequency-dependent Susceptibility Measurements of Environmental Materials. Geophysical Journal International 124:228-240.

Dearing, J. A., K. L. Hay, S. M. J. Baban, A. S. Hudleston, E. M. H. Wellington, and P. J. Loveland (1996). Magnetic Susceptibility of Soil: An Evaluation of Conflicting Theories Using a National Data Set. Geophysical Journal International 127:728-734.

Dearing, J. A., B. A. Maher, and F. Oldfield (1985). Geomorphological Linkages between Soils and Sediments: The Role of Magnetic Measurements. In Geomorphology and Soils. K. S. Richards, R. R. Arnett, and S. Ellis, eds. pp. 245-266. Allen and Unwin, London.

Dearing, J. A., R. I. Morton, T. W. Price, and I. D. L. Foster (1986). Tracing Movements of Topsoil by Magnetic Measurement: Two Case Studies. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 42:93-104.

Deignan, T. and W. Brennan (1992). Magnetic Data Acquired at Brown Sheep Camp. Ms. on file, Interagency Archeological Services, National Park Service, Denver.

De Vore, S.L. (1996). Magnetic Survey of Camp Lewis, Pecos National Historic Park, San Miguel County, New Mexico. Ms. on file, Pecos National Historic Park, Pecos, New Mexico.

Dittrich, G. and U. Koppelt (1998). Quantitative Interpretation of Magnetic Data over Settlement Structures by Inverse Modelling. Archaeological Prospection 4(4):165-177.

De Vore, SL (1997).Field Report for Magnetic Field-Gradient Survey of Site 48FR3123, Fremont County, Wyoming. Ms. on file, Wyoming State Archaeologist Office, Laramie.

De Vore, SL (1997). Magnetic Survey of the Hospital (HS-13) Area. Ms. on file, Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Fort Laramie, Wyoming.

De Vore, SL (1998). Appendix B, Magnetic Survey of Camp Lewis. In Archeological Remote Sensing Survey of the Civil War Site of Camp Lewis, Pecos National Historical Park, San Miguel County, New Mexico, by C.M. Haecker, pp. 91-98. Cultural Resource Projects PECO-01. National Park Service, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Desvignes, G. and A. Tabbagh (1995). Simultaneous Interpretations of Magnetic and Electromagnetic Prospecting for Characterization of Magnetic Features. Archaeological Prospection 2(3):129-139.

Dockrill, S. J. and J. A. Gater (1992). Tofts Ness: Exploration and Interpretation in a Prehistoric Landscape. In Geoprospection in the Archaeological Landscape. P. Spoerry, ed. pp. 25-31. Oxbow Monograph No. 18. Oxbow Books, Oxford, Great Britain.

Doolan, F.E. (1973). The Use of the Proton Magnetometer for Archaeological Surveying. Manitoba Technologist Nov./Dec.:12.

Eder-Hinterleitner, A., W. Neubauer, and P. Melichar (1996). Restoring Magnetic Anomalies. Archaeological Prospection 3(4):185-197.

Eder-Hinterleitner, A., W. Neubauer, and P. Melichar (1996). Reconstruction of Archaeological Structures Using Magnetic Prospection. In Interfacing the Past: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. H. Kamermans and K. Fennema, eds. pp. 131-137. CAA95 no. 28. Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia, Leiden.

Ellwood, B.B., J. Payne, and G.J. Long (1989). The Rockwall in Rockwall, Texas: A Study in Unusual Natural Magnetic Effects in Geoarchaeological Surveys Produced by Mineral Oxidation. Geoarchaeology 4(2):103-118.

Espey, Huston & Associates, Inc. (1988). Cultural Resources Magnetometer Survey and Testing: Great Highway/Ocean Beach Seawall Project, San Francisco, California. Ms. on file, San Francisco Clean Water Program, San Francisco.

Evans, B. J. (1977). Magnetism and Archaeology: Magnetic Oxides in the First American Civilization. Physica 86-88B:1091-1099.

Ezell, P., J.R. Moriarty, J.D. Mudie, and A.I. Rees (1965). Magnetic Prospecting in Southern California. American Antiquity 31(1):112.

Faßbinder, J.W. E., and H. Stanjek (1993). Occurrence of Bacterial Magnetite in Soils from Archaeological Sites. Archaeologia Polona 31:117-128.

Finney, F.A. And K. Hagglund (1996). Burial Site Authentication of Site 21BW82, Brown County, Minnesota. Reports of Investigations No. 374. Institute of Minnesota Archaeology, Minneapolis.

Frederick, C.D. and J.T. Abbott (1992). Magnetic Prospection of Prehistoric Sites in an Alluvial Environment: Example from NW and West-central Texas. Journal of Field Archaeology 19(2):139-153.

Fueg, J. (1996). Report on Soil Susceptibility Measurements from Sites LA-107488, 5MT208 and 5MT209. Ms. on file, Department of Geophysics, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado.

Gibson, T.H. (1986). Magnetic Prospection on Prehistoric Sites in Western Canada. Geophysics 51(3):553-560.

Geo-Recovery Systems (1991). Report of Geophysical Investigations: Archeological Impact Study of Fort Benton National Historic Site, Fort Benton, Montana. Geo-Recovery Systems, Incorporated, Golden, Colorado. Submitted to Heritage Research Center, Ltd., Missoula, Montana.

Gose, W. A., K. S. Collins, and M. B. Collins (1994). Paleomagnetic Studies from the Moore-Hancock Farmstead, Austin, Texas. Journal of Field Archaeology 21(1):125-130.

Graham, I. D. G. and I. Scollar (1976). Limitation on Magnetic Prospection in Archaeology Imposed by Soil Properties. Archaeo-Physika 6:1-124.

Green, J. N. (1970). A New Sea-going Magnetometer Detector Head. Archaeometry 12(2):167-172.

Hall, E. T. (1962). Some Notes on the Design and Manufacture of Detector Heads for Proton Magnetometers. Archaeometry 5:139-145.

Hall, E. T. (1966). The Use of the Proton Magnetometer in Underwater Archaeology. Archaeometry 9:32-44.

Hall, E. T. (1970). Survey Techniques in Underwater Archaeology. Royal Society of London, Philosophical Transactions, Series A, 269:121-124.

Hall, E. T. and M. Aitken (1970). Availability of Magnetic Surveys. Archaeometry 2:63.

Hamilton, S. (n.d.). Magnetic Testing at Hb Rf-31. In The End of Season Report of the 1986 Excavations at Rocky Mountain F4 (Hb-Rf-31). Ms. on file, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Burnady, British Columbia, Canada.

Harknett, M. R. (1969). A Proton Magnetometer with Solid State Switching. Archaeometry11:173-177.

Hathaway, H. J., and G. C. Burtchard (1986). Proton Magnetometer Assessment of Feature Variability on the Calispell Valley Archeological Project: Northeastern Washington. Paper presented at the Northwest Anthropological Conference, Moscow, Idaho.

Heathcote, C. (1983). Application of Magnetic and Pulsed Induction Methods to Geophysical Prospection at Shallow Depth. Unpublished PhD. thesis. University of Bradford, Bradford, England.

Heathcote, C. and A. Aspinall (1981). Some Aspects of the Use of Fluxgate Magnetometers (Gradiometers) in Geophysical Prospection in Archaeology. Revue d'Archeometrie 5:61-70.

Herwanger, J., H. R. Maurer, J. Leckebusch, and A. Green (1997). Acquisition, Processing and Inversion of Magnetic Data in Archaeological Prospecting. Proceedings of 3rd Meeting of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society, Aarhus, 8-11 September, pp. 467-470.

Huggins, R.J. (1983). Final Magnetometer Report for the Central Washington Archaeological Project. Ms. on file, Seattle District of the Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle, Washington.

Huggins, R.J. (1984). Some Design Considerations for Undertaking a Magnetic Survey for Archaeological Resources. 54th Annual Internat. Mtg., Soc. Expl. Geophys., Expanded Abstracts 84:209-212.

Hunt, Jr., W.J., And L.A. Peterson (1988). Fort Union, the 1986 Excavations. Fort Union Trading Post: Archeology and Architecture Series. Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Johnston, R.B. (1961). Archaeological Application of the Proton Magnetometer in Indiana (U.S.A.). Archaeometry 4:71-72.

Johnston, R.B. (1964). Proton Magnetometry and Its Application to Archaeology: An Evaluation at Angel Site. Indiana Historical Society Prehistorical Research Series 4(2):45-140.

Johnston, R.B. (1965). Trials of the ELSEC Proton Magnetometer at Two Sites on Wetherill Mesa. In Contributions to Wetherill Mesa Archaeological Project. D. Osborne, ed. pp. 180-181. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeologist No. 19. Society of American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Kaczor, M.J. And J. Weymouth (1981). Magnetic Prospecting: Preliminary Results of the 1980 Field Season at the Toltec Site, 3LN42. Southeastern Archaeological Conference Bulletin 24:118-123.

Kvamme, K.L. (1998). Final Report: Magnetic Gradiometry Survey at 5ME6489, Mesa County, Colorado, 1997. Report on file, Bureau of Land Management, Grand Junction District, Grand Junction, Colorado.

Kvamme, K.L. (1996). A Proton Magnetometry Survey at Navan Fort, Northern Ireland. Emania 14:83-88.

Langan, L. (1966). Use of New Atomic Magnetometers in Archaeology. Prospezioni Archeologiche 1:61-66.

Lenius, B.J. And F.E. Doolan (1977). Introducing the Proton Magnetometer to Archaeology in Manitoba. Journal of the Archaeological Society of South-Western Manitoba 4(4):18-30.

Linford, N. (1994). Mineral Magnetic Profiling of Archaeological Sediments. Archaeological Prospection 1(1):37-52.

Linington, R. E. (1964). The Use of Simplified Anomalies in Magnetic Surveying. Archaeometry 7:3-13

Linington, R. E. (1966). An Extension to the Use of Simplified Anomalies in Magnetic Surveying. Archaeometry 9:51-60.

Linington, R. E. (1966). Further Examples of the Use of Simplified Theoretical Anomalies in Magnetic Surveying. Prospezioni Archeologiche 1:73-80.

Linington, R. E. (1972/1973). A Summary of Simple Theory Applicable to Magnetic Prospecting. Prospezioni Archeologiche 7/8:9-59.

Linington, R.E. (1972/1973). Topographical and Terrain Effects in Magnetic Prospecting. Prospezioni Archeologiche 7/8:61-84.

Linington, RE (1974). The Magnetic Disturbances Caused by DC Electric Railways. Prospezioni Archeologiche 9:9-20.

Linington, RE (1974). Magnetic, Electrical and Coring Surveys at Colle del Forno, Montelibretti, 1970-1973. Prospezioni Archeologiche 9:47-59.

Longworth, G. and M. S. Tite (1977). Mössbauer and Magnetic Susceptibility Studies of Iron Oxides in Soils from Archaeological Sites. Archaeometry 19(1):3-14.

Marshall, A. (1998). Visualising Burnt Areas: Patterns of Magnetic Susceptibility at Guiting Power 1 Round Barrow (Glos., UK). Archaeological Prospection 5(3):159-177.

Marukawa, Y. and H. Kamei (1999). Estimation of the Systematic Error of Three-component Geomagnetic Data Using the ABIC Minimization Method. Archaeological Prospection 6(3):135-145.

Mason, R.J. (1984). An Unorthodox Magnetic Survey of a Large Forested Historic Site. Historical Archaeology 18(2):54-63.

Mauro, C. and V.V. Glazunov (1994). Detection Magnetic Anomalies Produced by Isometrical Objects of Multi Aged Archaeological Site Endrod-170. In International Conference on the Application of Natural Sciences Methods in Archaeology Dedicated to the Memory of Professor B. A. Kolchin: Program Abstracts, compiled by The European Network PACT, pp. 170. The European Network PACT, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Molyneux, L. (1971). A Complete Result Magnetometer for measuring the remanent magnetisation of rocks. Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 24:429-433.

Morrison, H. F. (1971). High Sensitivity Magnetometers in Archaeological Exploration. University of California, Archaeological Research Facility, Contributions 12:6-20.

Morrison, H.F., J. Benavente, C. W. Clewlow, Jr., and R.F. Heizer (1970). Magnetometer Evidence of a Structure within the La Venta Pyramid. Science 67:1488-1490.

Morrison, H.F., C. W. Clewlow, Jr., and R.F. Heizer (1970). Magnetometer Survey of the La Venta Pyramid, 1969. University of California, Archaeological Research Facility, Contributions 8:1-20.

Mudie, J. D. (1962). A Digital Differential Proton Magnetometer. Archaeometry 5:135-138.

Mudie, J. D. (1965). The Behavior of the Dipole Moment of Protons in a Changing Magnetic Field. Archaeo-Physika 1:93-108.

Mullins, C.E. (1974). The Magnetic Properties of the Soil and their Application to Archaeological Prospecting. Archaeo-Physika 5:145-161.

Mullins, CE (1977). Magnetic Susceptibility of the Soil and its Significance in Soil Science - a Review. Journal of Soil Science 28:223-246.

Mullins, C. E. and M. S. Tite (1973). Magnetic Viscosity, Quadrature Susceptibility and Frequency Dependence of Susceptibility in Single Domain Assembles of Magnetite and Maghemite. Journal of Geophysical Research 78(5):804-809.

Munro, M.A.R. And S. Papamarinopoulos (1979). The Investigation of an Unusual Magnetic Anomaly by Combined Magnetometer and Soil Susceptibility Surveys. Archaeo-Physika 10:675-680.

Nashold, B.W. (1977). An Archaeological Magnetic Survey at Cahokia. Unpublished Master's thesis. University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago.

Neubauer, W. and A. Eder-Hinterleitner (1998). 3D-Interpretation of Postprocessed Archaeological Magnetic Prospection Data. Archaeological Prospection 4(4):191-205.

Neubauer, W., P. Melichar, and A. Eder-Hinterleitner (1996). Collection, Visualization and Simulation of Magnetic Prospection Data. In Interfacing the Past: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, edited by H. Kamermans and K. Fennema, pp. 121-129. CAA95 no. 28. Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia, Leiden.

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Oldfield, F. (1983). The Role of Magnetic Studies in Paleohydrology. In Background to Paleohydrology. K. J. Gregory, ed. pp. 141-165. John Wiley & Sons, London.

Oldfield, F., A. Krawiecki, B. Maher, J. J. Taylor, and S. Twigger (1985). The Role of Mineral Magnetic Measurements in Archaeology. In Paleoenvironmental Investigations: Research Designs, Methods, and Data Analysis. N. R. J. Fieller, D. D. Gilbertson, and N. G. A. Ralph, eds. pp. 29-44. B.A.R. International Series No. 258. British Archaeological Research, London.

Petkov, A. and M. Georgiev (1988). Surveying of a Prehistoric Settlement using Magnetic Gradientometry. Proceedings of the 26th International Archaeometry Symposium, Toronto, 1988, pp. 145-147.

Petkov, A., M. Georgiev, and N. Nenov (1988). Underwater Magnetic Archaeological Prospecting in Bulgaria. Proceedings of the 26th International Archaeometry Symposium, Toronto, 1988, pp. 154-159.

Philpot, F. V. (1972/ 1973). An Improved Fluxgate Gradiometer for the Archaeological
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Ralph, E. K. (1964). Comparison of a Proton and a Ribidium Magnetometer for Archaeological Prospecting. Archaeometry 7:20-27.

Ralph, E.K., F. Morrison, and D.P. O'Brien (1968). Archaeological Surveying Utilizing a High Sensitivity Difference Magnetometer. Geoexploration 6:109-122.

Schmidt, A., G. McDonnell, and R. Vernon (1998). Advanced Magnetometry for the Characterisation of Early Iron-working Sites. Annales Geophysicae 16: Supplement I: C228.

Scollar, I. (1963). A Proton Magnetometer with Diurnal Variation Correction. Electronic Engineering 35:3,177-179.

Scollar, I. (1965). A Contribution to Magnetic Prospecting in Archaeology. Archaeo-Physika 1:21-92.

Scollar, I. (1966). Computer Treatment of Magnetic Measurements from Archaeological Sites. Archaeometry 9:61-71.

Scollar, I. (1966). Recent Developments in Magnetic Prospecting in the Rhineland. Prospezioni Archeologiche 1:43-51.

Scollar, I. (1968). A Program Package for the Interpretation of Magnetometer Data. Prospezioni Archeologiche 3:9-18.

Scollar, I. (1968). Automatic Recording of Magnetometer Data in the Field. Prospezioni Archeologiche 3:105-110.

Scollar, I. (1969). A Program for the Simulation of Magnetic Anomalies of Archaeological Origin in a Computer. Prospezioni Archeologiche 4:59-83.

Scollar, I. (1969). A Wide Range, Differential Proton Magnetometer with Direct Readout in Gammas. Prospezioni Archeologiche 5:59-66.

Scollar, I. (1969). Some Techniques for the Evaluation of Archaeological Magnetometer Surveys. World Archaeology 1:77-89.

Scollar, I. (1970). Fourier Transform Methods for the Evaluation of Magnetic Maps. Prospezioni Archeologiche 5:9-41.

Scollar, I. (1970). Magnetic Methods of Archaeological Prospecting-Advances in Instrumentation and Evaluation Techniques. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (Series A) 269:109-119.

Scollar, I. (1972). Magnetic Mapping of Buried Archaeological Sites. Endeavour 31(112):34-40.

Scollar, I. and I. Graham (1972/1973). A Method for the Determination of the Total Magnetic Moment of Soil Samples in a Constant Field. Prospezioni Archeologiche 7/8:85-92.

Scollar, I. and F. Kruckeberg (1966). Computer Treatment of Magnetic Measurements from Archaeological Sites. Archaeometry 1:77-89.

Scollar, I. and A. Lander (1972/1973). A Subtraction Circuit for the Differential Operation of
Two Commercial Proton Magnetometers. Prospezioni Archeologiche 7/8:93-97.

Scollar, I., B. Weidner, and K. Segeth (1986). Display of Archaeological Magnetic Data. Geophysics 51(3):623-633.

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Weymouth, J.W. (1978). A Magnetic Survey of 32ME9 (Buchfink Site) and 32ME407 (Poly Site). Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0144.

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Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey of the Cornean House Lot, Lincoln Home National Historic Site. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0144.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0144.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey of Sakakawea Village (32ME11) and Lower Hidatsa (32ME10), Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0144.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey of the Big Hidatsa Site (32 ME 12), Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order Nos. PX-6115-7-0144 and PX-6115-9-061A.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey of Tumacacori National Monument. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-8-0096.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). A Magnetic Survey of Seip Mounds and the Harness Site, Ohio. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-8-0197.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). An Analysis of a Magnetic Survey at Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, North Dakota. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0145.

Weymouth, J.W. (1979). Magnetic Surveying of Archaeological Sites. In Proceedings, First Conference on Scientific Research in the National Parks (National Park Service Transactions and Proceedings Series) 5:941-948.

Weymouth, J.W. (1980). A Magnetic Survey of the Walth Bay Site. Reprints in Anthropology, Vol. 21, J&L Reprint Co., Lincoln (1980).

Weymouth, J.W. (1981). Magnetic Surveys of the Edwards (34Bk2) and the Taylor (34Gr8) Sites in Western Oklahoma. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Oklahoma Archaeological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman. Purchase Order No. PR-7820-80.

Weymouth, J.W. (1981). Analysis of Magnetic Surveying Data from Archaeological Sites at Ninety Six National Historic Site, South Carolina. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-8-0197.

Weymouth, J.W. (1981). A Proton Magnetometer Search for the Rock Creek Station on the Oregon Trail, Nebraska. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to the Nebraska State Historical Society and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lincoln.

Weymouth, J.W. (1982). An Analysis of Magnetic Surveys on Four Sites in, or near, the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-9-061F.

Weymouth, J.W. (1983). An Analysis of Magnetic Surveys on the Kiln Site and the School Site at the Homestead National Monument, Nebraska. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-9-061G.

Weymouth, J.W. (1984). An Analysis of Magnetometer Data Gathered over the Possible Site of Fort William, North Dakota. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. 1443-PX-6115-94-0065q.

Weymouth, J.W. (1985). Magnetic Surveys of Three Areas in Ramey Field, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Illinois. Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to the Illinois Department of Conservation, Land and Historic Sites, Springfield.

Weymouth, J.W. (1985). Magnetic Surveys of the Council House Site and the Commanding Officer’s Quarters Site, Fort Atkinson (25WN9). Nebraska Center for Archaeophysical Research, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to the Nebraska State Historical Society and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lincoln.

Weymouth, J.W. (1986). Magnetic Surveys of Archaeological Sites in the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site: Small and Non-Village Sites. Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order Nos. PX-6115-8-0219 and PX-6115-9-061C.

Weymouth, J.W. (1986). Magnetic Surveys in Fort Davidson State Park, Pilot Knob, Missouri: Preliminary Report. Report Submitted to Ittner and Bowersox, Inc.

Weymouth, J.W. (1987). Magnetic Surveys in Fort Davidson State Park, Pilot Knob, Missouri: Final Report. Report Submitted to Ittner and Bowersox, Inc.

Weymouth, J.W. (1988). Magnetic Surveys of Archaeological Sites in the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site: Major Village Sites. Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order Nos. PX-6115-0-117A and PX-6115-0-117B and Contract No. CX-6000-3-056.

Weymouth, J.W. (1989). An Analysis of Magnetic Surveys on Three Prehistoric Sites in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways: Powers Fort, Owls Bend and Shawnee Creek. Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Cooperative Agreement No. CA-6115-5-8040.

Weymouth, J.W. (1989). A Magnetic Survey of the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site: Analysis of Bourgeois House Area. Report on file, Midwest Archeological Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Weymouth, J.W. (1989). Magnetic and Archaeological Correlations at the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. 59th Annual Internat. Mtg., Soc. Expl. Geophys., Expanded Abstracts 89:289.

Weymouth, J.W. (1990). A Magnetometer Analysis of the Lewis and Clark Portage Campsite. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to the Western History Research, Bozeman, Montana.

Weymouth, J.W. (1990). A Magnetic Survey of the Palmer Site, 25HW1, on the Fullerton Canal Route. Report submitted to the U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation.

Weymouth, J.W. (1991). A Magnetic Survey of the Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Sites: Correlations with Three Seasons of Excavations. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska. Purchase Order No. PX-6115-7-0150.

Weymouth, J.W. (1991). On the Use of Simultaneous References Readings when Conduction a Magnetic Survey. Ms. on file, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Weymouth, J.W. (1991). A Magnetometer Analysis of the Lewis and Clark Portage Campsite: A Second Season, 1991. Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Submitted to the Western History Research, Bozeman, Montana.

Weymouth, J.W. (1992). Searching for Fort Ellis: A Magnetometer Survey. Report submitted to Extended Studies, Montana State University, Bozeman.

Weymouth, J.W. (1992). Geophysical Surveys in Search of Pueblo Santa Catalina De Gaulle, Saint Catherine's Island, Georgia. Report submitted to the American Museum of Natural History, New York.

Weymouth, J.W. (1993). A Magnetometer Test of the White Rock Site (14JW1), Lovewell Reservoir, Kansas. Report submitted to the Bureau of Reclamation and to the University of Kansas Museum of Anthropology.

Weymouth, J.W. (1993). Searching for Fort Ellis, Bozeman, Montana: Three Seasons of Magnetic Surveying. Report submitted to the Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University, Boseman.

Weymouth, J.W. (1993). An Analysis of Magnetic and Resistance Surveys on the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. Report submitted to the Midwest Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Weymouth, J.W. (1993). An Analysis of Magnetic and Resistance Surveys on the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, Ohio. Report submitted to the Midwest Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Weymouth, J.W. (1994). Geophysical Surveys of Two Intaglio Sites in Mitchell and Rice Counties, Kansas. Report submitted to the Bureau of Reclamation.

Weymouth, J.W. (1994). A Magnetic Survey as Part of the NPS School on Remote Sensing/Geophysical Techniques for Cultural Resource Management. Ms. on file, Interagency Archeological Services, National Park Service, Denver.

Weymouth, J.W. (1998). Preliminary Report on the Geophysical Surveys on the Lake Dumond Site: The Magnetic Results. University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. Submitted to the Midwest Archeological Center, National Park Service. Purchase Order 1443-PX-6115-97-0109.

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