The data (raw data, composite files [processed], and some images) can be read by the program TerraSurveyor. Version 188.8.131.52 of the software was used to create the composite files in this deposit. and The magnetometer data was the second step in a geophysical survey program that began with magnetic susceptibility survey of a portion of the Weedon Island Preserve in St. Petersburg, Florida. Geophysical survey was used to map human occupation of the study area and to guide subsequent archaeological excavations.
Sampson, C. P. (2019) Safety Harbor at the Weeden Island Site: Late Pre-Columbian Craft, Community, and Complexity on Florida's Gulf Coast. PhD Dissertation, University of Michigan. and Sampson, Christina Perry and Timothy J. Horsley. Using Multi-Staged Magnetic Survey and Excavation to Assess Community Settlement Organization: A Case Study from the Central Peninsular Gulf Coast of Florida. Advances in Archaeological Practice. Cambridge University Press: 18 December 2019. https://doi.org/10.1017/aap.2019.45