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Title Archaeological remote sensing in North America : innovative techniques for anthropological applications / edited by Duncan P. McKinnon and Bryan S. Haley ; foreword by Jay K. Johnson ; commentary by Kenneth L. Kvamme
Published Tuscaloosa : The University of Alabama Press, [2017]
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Description 1 online resource (xxii, 280 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents Preface / Duncan P. McKinnon and Bryan S. Haley -- New developments in archaeological remote sensing : an introduction / Duncan P. McKinnon and Bryan S. Haley -- Part 1. Site structure and community organization -- Multisensor remote sensing at Spiro : discovering intrasite organization / Scott W. Hammerstedt, Jami J. Lockhart, Patrick C. Livingood, Tim Mulvihill, Amanda L. Regnier, George Sabo III, and John R. Samuelsen -- Investigating Mississippian community organization with geophysics : two examples from the Tennessee River Valley / Shawn M. Patch, Sarah Lowry, and Erin Pritchard -- Evaluating the use of community space at two Southeastern mound centers using magnetic gradient and surface collection data / Duncan P. McKinnon and Bryan S. Haley -- At the tip of an amplitude wave : the role of terrestrial remote sensing in twenty-first century Grand Canyon archaeology debates / Philip B. Mink II -- Part 2. Technological transformation and economic change -- A remote sensing approach to studying land use change in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico / Jennie O. Sturm -- Examining agricultural surplus at Huff Village, North Dakota : combining archaeological and remote sensing data / Adam S. Wiewel -- Transformation in technologies : a look at Basketmaker III archaeology in Southwestern Colorado / Shanna Diederichs, Margaret Watters, Duncan P. McKinnon, and Bryan S. Haley -- Part 3. Archaeological landscapes -- Conceptualizing the anthropogenic islands of Southern Florida with LiDAR / Victor D. Thompson -- Magnetic susceptibility for historical archaeological sites and landscapes / Daniel P. Lynch and Rory Becker -- Anthropologically focused geophysical surveys and public archaeology : engaging present-day agents in placemaking / Edward R. Henry, Philip B. Mink II, and W. Stephen McBride -- Part 4. Earthen mound construction and composition -- The role of geophysics in evaluating structural variation in Middle Woodland mounds in the Lower Illinois River Valley / Jason L. King, Duncan P. McKinnon, Jason T. Herrmann, Jane E. Buikstra, and Taylor H. Thornton -- The anthropological potential of ground-penetrating radar for Southeastern earthen mound investigations : a case study from Letchworth Mounds, Tallahassee, Florida / Daniel P. Bigman and Daniel M. Seinfeld -- Exploring the deepest reaches of Arkansas's tallest mounds with electrical resistivity tomography / James Zimmer-Dauphinee -- Part 5. Commentary -- A decade of geophysics and remote sensing in North American archaeology : practices, advances, and trends / Kenneth L. Kvamme
Summary "The use of archaeological remote sensing applications to address academic and applied research problems is growing at a tremendous rate in North America. Fueling this growth are new research approaches using innovative instrumentation technologies and data collection methods. Increasingly, researchers pursuing these new approaches are integrating remote sensing data collection with theory-based interpretations to address anthropological questions within larger research programs. This work is a must-have, up-to-date volume for today's archaeologists. The book includes numerous applications of remote sensing in North American contexts that exemplify the methodological developments and increase of theory-based archaeological remote sensing interpretation and presentation theoretical developments that have occurred since 2006. It covers the major remote sensing methods and their integration with relevant technologies such as geographic information systems (GIS) and GPS. Targeted to practitioners of archaeological remote sensing as well as students, this suite of current and exemplary applications adheres to high standards for methodology, processing, presentation, and interpretation"--Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Anthropology -- Research -- United States
Anthropology -- United States -- Remote sensing
Archaeology -- Research -- United States
Archaeology -- United States -- Remote sensing
Excavations (Archaeology) -- United States
Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Remote sensing
Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Research
Remote sensing -- United States
Anthropology -- Research.
Archaeology -- Remote sensing.
Archaeology -- Research.
Excavations (Archaeology)
HISTORY -- Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies)
HISTORY -- North America.
Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Research.
Remote sensing.
United States -- Antiquities -- Remote sensing
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Haley, Bryan S., editor
Kvamme, Kenneth L., author of commentary
McKinnon, Duncan P. (Duncan Paul), 1971- editor
ISBN 081739141X (electronic bk.)
9780817391416 (electronic bk.)
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