Gigawatts and Fluxcapacitors

One special area of remote sensing is that of Archaeology and the use of magnetometers and sensors to measure resistivity. These devices help archaeologists located buried building foundations, artifacts, and different kinds of historical cultural matter. I will have more on this, since I am not an archaeologist (although I would like to be). For now here are a couple of links and will also be on the right.

Tremaine & Associates

Barrington Instruments

Notre Dame Archaeology Field School and they use TNTMips Lite (for those of you in my remote sesning class!)

GeoScan Research

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There is actually an Archaeological firm based in Dixon, CA that does a lot of work with Ground Penatrating Radar and the like. Check them out at:http://www.tremainecnrs.com/