Although not an earth science directly, archaeology shares a lot of common fields and techniques with other earth science subjects, such as geology, climate change etc. However, the field of archaeology instead focuses on more recent history, particularly that involving humans. As such, many of the techniques, tools, equipment and methods for obtaining data, researching, field investigations and sampling are almost the exact same employed within the geological industry. The only difference being what the user is trying to observe, earth scientists may be trying to locate a particular mineral vein, where as an archaeologist maybe be trying to locate a historical structure. Within this area, you will find many variations of tools and equipment which are either specifically manufactured for archaeological investigations, or could be utilised in the same manner.
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