Armchair Archaeology using aerial and satellite imagery

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Another article in National Geographic’s Digital Places series touches on a topic of special interest: geospatial technologies and archaeology. The article discusses how users of Google Earth and other web mapping applications that feature aerial and satellite imagery are incerasingly being used to identify features of archaeological significance. As UNC-Chapel Hill archaeologisty Sccot Madry noted: […]

Interesting Statement on Elections Mapping

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As Sue and Jesse noted yesterday, I was conspicuously absent from Very Spatial since I was obsessively consuming election coverage all day yesterday. This morning while reading Salon’s (WARNING: requires paid subscription OR watching of a short ad to view the whole article!) election coverage, I ran across this little tidbit, At the beginning of […]