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Title3D geometric survey of cultural heritage by UAV in inaccessible coastal or shallow aquatic environments
Author(s)Gil-Docampo, Mariluz
Peña-Villasenín, Simón
Bettencourt, Ana M. S.
Juan-Ortiz- Sanz
Peraleda-Vázquez, Sara
KeywordsClose-range photogrammetry
cultural heritage
3D modeling
aerial prospecting
3D modelling
Issue date2023
PublisherWiley
JournalArchaeological Prospection
CitationGil-Docampo, M., Peña-Villasenín, S., Bettencourt, A. M. S., Ortiz-Sanz, J., & Peraleda-Vázquez, S. (2023). 3D geometric survey of cultural heritage by UAV in inaccessible coastal or shallow aquatic environments. Archaeological Prospection, 1– 16. https://doi.org/10.1002/arp.1901
Abstract(s)Cultural heritage in coastal or shallow aquatic environments is often located in areas where access is difficult or where accurate survey and documentation may not always be possible with terrestrial or aquatic equipment. The combination of photogrammetry and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) generates a range of possibilities across multiple sectors, including history, ethnography and cultural heritage studies. Additionally, these methods can be used to prospect new archaeological sites. This article presents three case studies that use UAV techniques and Structure from Motion and Multiview Stereo (SfM-MVS) photogrammetry to conduct topographic and geometric registrations of archaeological, historical and ethnographic sites (some of which are classified as cultural heritage sites). These examples are located in coastal or shallow aquatic environments that are difficult to survey with traditional methods. The results show that it is possible to carry out detailed geometric registration and heritage prospection over large coastal or shallow aquatic environments using a low-cost UAV. Furthermore, the results of this work show great advantages in terms of cost and quality, even in cases where the seabed is below a shallow water column. Other particularities of SfM-MVS application in aquatic environments are discussed. From an interdisciplinary perspective, this methodology will offer new possibilities for the study, restoration and conservation of archaeological, historical and ethnographic monuments.
TypeArticle
DescriptionFirst published: 10 May 2023
The data that support the findings of this study are openly available in SketchFab at https://sketchfab.com/SimonPena/collections/ archaeological-prospection-26a8363aa06a40f0bc1c1bb4b0f36cc0/.
URIhttps://hdl.handle.net/1822/80553
DOI10.1002/arp.1901
ISSN1075-2196
e-ISSN1099-0763
Publisher versionhttps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/arp.1901
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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