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Title: A spatial data warehouse to predict megaliths slabs sources: mixing geochemistry, petrology, cartography and archaeology for spatial analysis
Authors: Nogueira, Pedro
Moita, Patricia
Boaventura, Rui
Pedro, Jorge
Maximo, Jaime
Almeida, Luis
Machado, Susana
Mataloto, Rui
Pereira, André
Ribeiro, S.
Santos, José F.
Keywords: Spatial Data Warehouse
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: X Congresso Ibérico de Geoquímica/XVIII Semana de Geoquímica
Abstract: MEGAGEO - Moving megaliths in the Neolithic is a project that aims to find the provenience of slabs used in the construction of dolmens. A multidisciplinary approach has been carried out with researchers from the several fields of knowledge involved. In this work it is presented a spatial data warehouse specially developed for the project, which comprises information from national archaeological databases, geographic and geological information and new geochemical and petrographic data obtained during the project. Redondo area is used as a case study for the application of the spatial data warehouse to analyze relationships between geochemistry, geology and the dolmens of the region
Type: article
Appears in Collections:GEO - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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