GIS for Archaeology: Free e-book Now Avalaible

archESRI has released a new e-book in the GIS Best practices series titled “GIS for Archaeology.”  Articles in this e-book include:

  • Protecting Archaeological Resources During an Oil Spill in Washington State
  • Archaeology, Genealogy, and GIS Meet at Columbia Cemetery
  • Reconstructing Aztec Political Geographies A Cost-Effective
  • Approach to GPS/GIS Integration for Archaeological Surveying
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Administers Archaeological Sites with GIS
  • Bureau of Land Management’s Cultural Resource Database Goes Digital
  • Modeling Archaeological Sensitivity in Vermont with GIS
  • Understanding Past and Future Land Use

GIS for Archaeology” is available as a free PDF download.