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Figure 1: Archaeological sites recorded in the National Record of the Historic Environment at Rogart, Sutherland, Scotland, represented by point and polygon datasets. (Base mapping © Crown Copyright and database right 2016, all rights reserved OS Licence No. 100057073. (McKeague and Middleton 2013). © Crown Copyright: Historic Environment Scotland

Figure 2: Data themes within INSPIRE. Many of the themes (indicated by *) relate to the natural environment but those highlighted in red also apply to data created about the historic environment

Figure 3a: Historic Marine Protected Areas, wrecks and documented shipping losses off Bruray, Shetland Isles, Scotland

Figure 3b: The range of Historic Environment data available on the NMPi portal – either provided as WMS or periodically as shapefiles

Figure 4: Spatial information units created from a range of fieldwork techniques

Figure 5: Screenshot from The National Roads Authority Ireland archaeological geophysical survey database showing the locations of magnetic gradiometry survey along the route of the N3 motorway to the east of the Hill of Tara, Co Meath

Figure 6: Part of the archaeological landscape at Badentarbat, Achiltibuie, Highland, Scotland, mapped by the Afforestable Land Survey, RCAHMS 1997. Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2016

Figure 7: Georeferenced radiocarbon dates for Ireland compiled by Robert M. Chapple (2015) presented on a Tableau dashboard

Figure 8: The building blocks of an SDI and how historic environment data conforms

Table 1: National portals for Protected Sites data across the United Kingdom and Ireland


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