Rebecca Bennett, PhD MSc BSc
I am an archaeologist specialising in aerial and ground-based landscape studies. Specifically I am interested in the application of airborne remote sensing prospection techniques; airborne laser scanning (lidar), multi and hyper-spectral imaging for archaeological prospection
I have lots of experience in managing heritage data, especially geospatial data, having worked for a range of organisations across the commercial, academic and local government sectors. I put this to good work running the PTS Consultancy and co-managing the HLF Landscape Partnership, A Forgotten Landscape a community-centered heritage and natural environment project based in the lower Severn Levels.
When not at my desk you’ll most likely find me outdoors – running, cycling or swimming – and I’m always on the look out for my next adventure big or small!
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If you want to find out more about “A Forgotten Landscape”, our HLF landscape partnership in the Severn Levels or get in touch with the team, take a look at our website.