Consultancy and thesis – what’s the difference? Two approaches to archaeological survey of Jumping Creek Valley, Queanbeyan

22nd January 2014

A brick limestone burning kiln (published in Australian Archaeology 43:25).

A brick limestone burning kiln (published in Australian Archaeology 43:25).

Phil Boot and Peter Kuskie

Introduction*

In this paper we present a discussion on two approaches used to study a 100 hectare block of land near Queanbeyan, New South Wales. The two approaches, that of a consultant and that of a research student, were based on different requirements, however they produced complementary results due to close liaison between consultant and student. We will be discussing the differences between the two approaches and the ways in which these differences produced results which are complementary, yet individual.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Boot, P. and P. Kuskie
Consultancy and thesis - what's the difference? Two approaches to archaeological survey of Jumping Creek Valley, Queanbeyan
December 1996
43
23–28
Article
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