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Title: Streamlined archaeo-geophysical data processing and integration for Department of Defense field use
Authors: Stephen F. Austin State University. Anthropology and Archeology Laboratory.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies.
Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (U.S.)
Ernenwein, Eileen.
Hargrave, Michael L.
Cothren, Jackson.
Avery, George.
Keywords: Archaeology
Computer program
User's manual
User's guide
Cultural resources management
Presidio Los Adaes
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Description: Technical Report
Abstract: This project makes the benefits of an integrated, multi-sensor geophysical approach to characterizing archaeological sites accessible to those who provide cultural resource management (CRM) support to Department of Defense (DoD) installations. This project has (1.) created ArchaeoFusion, a new user-friendly software program and (2.) demonstrated and validated the cost and performance benefits of the approach and technology infusion tool (ArchaeoFusion) to DoD geophysical users, representatives of federal, state, and tribal Historic Preservation offices, federal and state resource managers, and other CRM practitioners. The project’s demonstration and validation component included a multi-sensor survey of Presidio Los Adaes, a complex archaeological site that includes the subsurface remains of an eighteenth-century Spanish presidio located in west central Louisiana. The ArchaeoFusion software, a user’s manual, and a guidance document for new and novice users are all distributed at no cost to DoD users by the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville.
Rights: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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