EHG388 - Geophysical survey - Ballachulish Moss



Centre for Field Archaeology, University of Edinburgh


Mar 1998


A programme of surface penetrating radar and topographic survey was conducted in the northern part of the southern portion of North Ballachulish Moss in January 1998 by the Centre for Field Archaeology. The radar demonstrated that no novel areas of deep peat existed in the study area. In conjunction with previous investigations (EHG156, EHG163 and EHG389) this work completes and illustrates, in detail, the underlying basin morphology at the moss. The 1998 radar survey, using upgraded equipment, detected a stratigraphic unit within the peat not located during the first radar survey. <1> The results of all phases of work of the programme was published in a final report in 1998. <2>

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <1>XY Text/Report: Clarke C M. 1998. Investigations at North Ballachulish Moss Stage 2, Report No. 390. Centre for Field Archaeology, Univ of Edinburgh. . Digital (scanned as PDF). [Mapped features: #9845 Extent of survey area, ; #9846 ]
  • <2> Text/Report: Clarke C. 1998. North Ballachulish Moss, Final Report No. 424. Centre for Field Archaeology, Univ of Edinburgh. . Digital (scanned as PDF).



Location Ballachulish, Lochaber
Grid reference Centred NN 0541 6020 (200m by 187m)
Map sheet NN06SE
Civil Parish KILMALLIE
Geographical Area LOCHABER

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Jun 29 2018 4:25PM

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