GIS for Archaeology and CRM

AVSP listener and fellow GIS in archaeology enthusiast, Matt, started a blog last week.  The aptly named GIS for Archaeology and CRM will be a great place to find information on the use of geospatial technologies for Cultural Resource Management from someone who is still in the field.  For those of you not familiar with the CRM it is the industry that has grown, in the US, out of various pieces of legislation that are intended to protect significant cultural resources (archaeological, historical, architectural, etc).  The National Historic Preservation Act and the National Environemental Policy Act are the two primary pieces of legislation in the US.  CRM is driven by similar legislation and ideas in other countries.

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