Michael Gibbons is a former co-director of the National Sites and Monuments Record Office and was responsible for developing Ireland's first remote sensing section within an archaeological office specialising in analysing vertical aerial photography. As part of this work he liaised with independent archaeological surveys which were ongoing in Kerry at the time including the North Kerry Archaeological Survey and the Iveragh Archaeological Survey. His most recent book is "Connemara: Visions of Iar Chonnach"t and his current research interests include the archaeology of the intertidal zone and the pilgrimage tradition in Ireland.
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