Show notes for AVSP Episode 41

A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 41
April 30, 2006

Main Topic: Interviews with presenters from the Society for American Archaeology

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Music
This weeks podsafe music is “Google Earth” by Zion Eye

News:

Main topic:
Presenter interviews from the Society for American Archaeology

  • Eric Jones – Using GIS to Explore the Relationship between Site Area and Population Size Among Iroquoian Groups
  • Sarah Mistak – Freshwater Mussel Biogeography: Evidence from Archaeological Shell
  • Jennifer Camp – Community Dynamics and Social Status at the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park, St. Kitts, West Indies
  • Rhian Stotts – Perserving Local Indentity Through the Mapping of Historic Cemetaries: A Case Study in Wayne County, Ohio
  • Jonathan Scholnick – Here Lyes Ye Spatial Patterns: Epitaphs of Cultural Transmission from Historic New England Cemetaries
  • Steven Kosiba – Critical Perspectives on GIS: (Re)Considering “Landscape” and Its Relationship to Socially and Culturally Mediated Land Use

Events:

  • ASPRS
    May 1-5
    Reno, NV
  • ESRI Geoinfo Business Summit
    April 30 – May 2
    Boston, MA
  • MapWorld ’06
    May 2-4
    Phoenix, AZ
  • Geoinformatics ’06
    May 10-12
    Reston, VA
  • WV GIS Forums and Workshops
    May 15-19
    Morgantown, WV
  • PA GIS
    May 16-17
    Camp Hill, PA

This week A Very Spatial Podcast is sponsored by ESRI.
American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 2006 Conference is in Reno, NV May 1-5. ESRI Image Server is a new product that will be demonstrated at the ESRI booth (#223)

To learn more visit www.esri.com/veryspatial

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Jesse is Instructor in Geography and a PhD candidate in Geography focusing on the integration of phenomenology and geospatial technologies to study prehistoric cultural landscape. He is a GIS Professional and Registered Professional Archaeologist and holds an MA in Geography and a BS in Anthropology with a concentration in archaeology.