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New Geoservices Team Member

2498 Becky Hall

Geoservices is pleased to welcome Becky Hall as another new member of the team, following our continued growth. Becky started as an Assistant Geophysicist earlier this month and her primary role will be to collect high quality data in the field. Additionally, she will be processing datasets under the supervision of our senior personnel, and will begin training on data interpretation and report writing. 
 
Becky gained an undergraduate degree in Archaeology and a master’s degree in Archaeological Computing (Spatial Technologies) from the University of Southampton. Her postgraduate degree focused on landscape mapping and analysis using ArcGIS, and included modules on 2D and 3D modelling in AutoCAD, databases and geophysics. As a volunteer she successfully ran the geophysical survey for the Teffont Archaeology Project during the 2011 and 2012 seasons, and her other fieldwork projects include excavations at Silchester and Syon House, and geophysical surveys at Wolvesey Castle, Bodiam Castle and Hoglands Park, Southampton. 
 
Becky has already undertaken a number of small projects with Wessex Archaeology, including a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) project for an outreach opportunity for a local community garden. We are extremely pleased to have her join us, as her skillset and passion complements the knowledge and experience we are already have in the team.
 
By Lucy LearmonthManager, Terrestrial Geophysics
 
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