Data

Here we provide the raw data collected during out 2008/2010, 2011 and 2012 field seasons (link below).  Data are organized in a file tree format, sorted first by year, then by site, then by instrument and finally by survey unit. Maps for identifying survey units for each site are also available below.  In some cases data are collected in a proprietary file format and may require software licenses to open and analyze effectively.  While the balance of our data are available here, data organization, processing and re-formatting is an on-going process and will change and improve from time to time (2013 data is still being organized and put through preliminary processing by our team).  Most information regarding data collection parameters can be found embedded in each unit’s metadata, however we are happy to answer questions about these parameters.  Please contact us if you have questions regarding the use or analysis of these data.*

Site abbreviations: KAD= Kalavasos Ayios-Dhimitrios, MARO= Maroni; MT= Maroni-Tsaroukkas; TL= Tochni-Lakkia

Maps of survey units: 2008 & 2010 KAD & Maroni, 2011 KAD & Maroni; 2012 KAD & Maroni

Special notes on GPR data: Ground-penetrating radar data were primarily collected with a MALA 500 MHz antenna and integrated survey cart and a GSSI 400 MHz antenna with integrated odometer wheel.  These data are thus separated into “MALA” and “GSSI”.  Unless otherwise noted in the filenames, these data were collected with 50 cm transects.

Special notes on magnetometry data: Magnetic data were collected with a Geometrics G-858 optically-pumped cesium vapor magnetometer in total field mode and a Geoscan FM256 fluxgate gradiometer.  These data are thus separated by instrument into OPTI (cesium-vapor, total field) and FLUX (fluxgate gradiometer) folders.  Unless otherwise noted in the filenames, survey transects were 50 cm.

Link to data.

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

*Please note that much of the material in this section is in press or presently unpublished and we ask that it not be cited or otherwise used without our permission (which, generally speaking, we are happy to give upon request).

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