Monthly Archives: February 2012
The Landscape Research Centre Atlas of the Archaeology of the Vale of Pickering (http://www.landscaperesearchcentre.org/atlas/LRC_Atlas.html) presents “…the interpretations of more than three decades of landscape observation and research using air-photography and geophysics to map the archeaology of parts of the Vale … Continue reading
From time to time, websites presenting geospatial research come across our desks. This space will be for capturing those examples of our and other’s hard work, and for sharing amongst the group. If you have something roll your way, feel … Continue reading
Convergence – it is a word that has been on my mind a lot these days. Perhaps it is my new-found freedom from administrative duties; perhaps it is a product of my growing facility with geospatial computing; but I feel … Continue reading
Confessions of a geospatial anthropological geological statistical computational economic philological classical historical archaeological geek.
I feel it helpful to start the blog off with some introduction and admissions of guilt, with the idea that this will help frame my perspective and questions as I go forth. Hopefully, readers will see something of themselves in … Continue reading