What’s in the Toolbox? A Critical Look at Remote Sensing and Recording Systems Used for Underwater Archaeology

Part of: Society for Historical Archaeology 2014

Remote sensing technologies are now mainstays in underwater area survey, site recording, interpretation, and presentation of underwater cultural heritage. This session examines how these systems continue to contribute to archaeological investigations, evolving best practices, the strengths and weakness of each method, and also how they can be integrated with geomatic recording.

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