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Applications for Archaeology, Void, and Target Detection

Special Session 8

Wednesday, 29 September 2021, 1:20 p.m.–5:20 p.m.  |  Denver, Colorado

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This session highlights the use of geophysical methods to detect targets that are archaeological, forensic, or urban in nature.

  • Blair Schneider
  • Gregory Tsokas
  • Near-Surface Void Characterization Using Surface-Wave Inversion:
    Md. Iftekhar Alam, University of Tennessee; Salman Abbasi, Oklahoma State University; Lindsey Riikola, University of Tennessee
  • The Role of Geophysics in Highlighting the Organization of Ancient Urban Complexes:
    Gregory N. Tsokas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
  • GPR Imaging of Prehistoric Animal Remains in Volcanic Ash:
    Michelle Proulx and George Tsoflias, Department of Geology, University of Kansas; Blair Schneider, Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas
  • Geophysical Investigations at Uniontown Cemetery, Shawnee County, Kansas, USA:
    Blair B. Schneider, Kansas Geological Survey, The University of Kansas; Jon Boursaw, Citizen Potawatomi Nation; Scott Holzmeister, Citizen Potawatomi Nation; Erik Knippel, Kansas Geological Survey, The University of Kansas
  • Using Deep Learning to Detect Rare Archaeological Features: A Case From Coastal South Carolina, USA:
    Dylan S. Davis, Department of Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University; Gino Caspari, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney and the Institute of Archaeological Sciences, University of Bern; Matthew C. Sanger, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution; Carl P. Lipo, Department of Anthropology, Binghamton University


Applications for Archaeology, Void, and Target Detection
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th St
Denver, Colorado 80202
United States

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