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Description: Cutting-edge remote sensing technologies have revolutionized archaeology in Arkansas and around the world. Researchers can now access beneath the surface of the ground to guide precision excavations -- and to gain insights even without excavation. New methods also enable archaeological site mapping from high above -- penetrating dense foliage to visualize prehistoric and historic human alterations to the ground surface. Dr. Jamie Lockhart, UA Department of Anthropology, presents highlights of recent research integrating geophysical remote sensing, aerial photo interpretation, image processing, Laser Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) analysis, GIS data development, and modeling for archeological projects and cultural landscape studies in Arkansas.

Instructor: Dr. Jami J. Lockhart

Day/Date: Tuesday, 12/6/22 (1)

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

FORMAT: In-Person / Location: ARAS 

OLLI: Recent Landscape-Scale Archaeological Research in Arkansas

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