Modeling Archaeological Sensitivity in Vermont with GIS

Year: 2006


Over the past several decades, significant improvements in processing capacity and GIS software sophistication have encouraged the development and use of computer based models of archaeological sensitivity to augment traditional research approaches and field investigations. The Vermont Archaeological Sensitivity Model (VTASM), a GIS-based framework for simulating archaeological sensitivity statewide, is a recent example of this trend.

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Modeling Archaeological Sensitivity in Vermont with GIS. ArcNews Online. 2006 ( tDAR id: 391830) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8FB554N

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