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Crowdsourcing Archaeological Data with Participatory GIS

GIS Contributor

People with little or no training in archaeology or geographic computing systems can build GIS data using Humap's Placemaker.

LiDAR reveals the underlying history of a landscape. Image from Kate Johnson.

LiDAR and the Archaeology Revolution

Rebecca Maxwell

Through the use of LiDAR, archaeologists are now able to uncover more of the ‘lost’ New England of subsistence farming from the 1700s.

A map showing grayscale relief and a quaternary fault scarp.

How Archaeologists and Geomorphologists Can Work Together to Understand the Quaternary

Rachel Quist

Archaeologists and geomorphologists are some of the best suited professions for interdisciplinary research into the Late Quaternary period.

RQ-8A Fire Scout Vertical Takeoff and Landing Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (VTUAV) System.

Using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Remote Sensing of Archaeological Sites

Rachel Quist

Unmanned vehicles are becoming more widely available both in the military and civilian sectors for their usefulness for remotely acquiring ...