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February 15, 2016

Archaeologist Explains UAV Use at Fifa for Site Documentation, Monitoring

The use of unmanned aerial vehicles — drones — to document and monitor a ravaged landscape on the Dead Sea Plain in Jordan for the past three years reveals that looting continues at the site, though at a measurably reduced pace, according to a DePaul University archaeologist. “Drones are proving to be powerful new tools

June 2, 2015

Archaeologists Use New Photogrammetric Technique to Map Excavations

Archaeologists at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology recently deployed a new photogrammetry method to document their excavations.

October 14, 2014

Geophysical Surveys Reveal New Features at Stonehenge

A four-year underground mapping project at Stonehenge was completed recently, yielding new maps and discoveries. The project used ground-penetrating radar, high-resolution magnetometers and other remote-sensing equipment to map the area to a depth of roughly 10 feet.