Contributed by Jill Ackerman on 04/29/2013
Michael "Bodhi" Rogers presents at the New York State Archaeological Association annual meeting
With advances in computing power, extended battery life, and more sophisticated processing methods archaeogeophysical surveys are becoming more effective at non-invasively identifying sub-surface a rchaeological features. This talk will provide a brief overview of archaeogeophysical methods and share results from a range of sites in the Northeastern, United States. This talk will also discuss archaeogeophysical field methods and sampling strategies for dealing with different research questions and site constraints.