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John Cook

 

General contact details:
Archaeology South-East, UCL
Direct telephone:
+44 (0)1273 426830
Mobile telephone:
-
E-mail:
john.cook@ucl.ac.uk

 

John COOK B.Sc.

 

Archaeologist (Surveyor)/Geophysicist

Professional Skills
Advanced Surveying including TPS and GPS
• AutoCAD, Geoplot, Archaeo-Surveyor, RADAN GPR software
• Geophysical Survey – Earth Resistance, Magnetometry, GPR
• Experienced archaeological excavator (urban and rural sites)
• Watching Brief Implementation (urban and rural sites)
• Report writing (grey literature client reports)

Career Summary
2009 - present - Archaeologist (Surveyor)/Geophysicist, Archaeology South-East
2006 - 2009 - Project Officer, Stratascan Ltd
2005 - 2006 - Archaeologist, Cotswold Archaeology

Qualifications
2005 - BSc (Hons 2.1) Archaeology, Bournemouth University

Membership of Learned Societies and Professional Recognition
Associate Member of the Institute for Archaeologists 



Key Projects
Detailed Magnetometer Survey at Former Ford Airfield, Ford, West Sussex: Detailed fluxgate gradiometer survey/preparation of client report.

Earth Resistance Survey at Compton & Up Marden C of E Primary School: Detailed earth resistance survey/preparation of client report.

An Archaeological Evaluation at The Sydney Simmons Homes site Dene Road, Ashtead: Field evaluation and preparation of client report.

An Archaeological Evaluation at 50-56 Bolsover Road, Worthing, West Sussex:Field evaluation and preparation of client report.

 

 

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General contact details:
Archaeology South-East, UCL
Direct telephone:
+44 (0)1273 426830
Mobile telephone:
-
E-mail:
john.cook@ucl.ac.uk

 


   
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