Stanowisko 4 w Bęble, pow. krakowski, w świetle analizy danych lotniczego skanowania laserowego (ALS) / Site 4 in Bębło, Kraków district: analysis of data from airborne laser scanning (ALS)
1 – Instytut Archeologii, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, ul. Gołębia 11, 31-009 Kraków
In: E. Trela-Kieferling (ed.), Nakopalniane pracownie krzemieniarskie z okresu neolitu w Bęble, stan. 4, woj. małopolskie / Neolithic flint workshops at the mine in Bębło, site 4, Małopolska (Biblioteka Muzeum Archeologicznego w Krakowie 10), Kraków: Muzeum Archeologiczne w Krakowie, Profil-Archeo, 2021, pp. 31-48.
The main aim of the examination of Site 4 in Bębło, which determined the choice of analytical tools, was to record changes in the local morphology and to detect potential relics of the mining area, with small height differences being the most probable traces to be found there. The analysis of the visualisations based on the ALS data has shown that the method is useful in research into prehistoric mining, though its effectiveness depends on the nature and the context of the examined site. No traces of mines have been detected at Site 4 in Bębło, located in a farmland. In the southern Olkusz Upland, the survey has revealed other places potentially related to mining; however, the results of the ALS analysis should be verified by field investigation.