Archaeology from Space explores the use of satellite imagery and remote sensing technologies to discover and analyze ancient sites, transforming our understanding of the past and broadening participation in archaeological research.
The target group of this book, "Archaeology from Space," includes individuals interested in archaeology, history, and the application of satellite technology in uncovering and preserving the past.Buy the book
Space archaeology revolutionizes the study of ancient civilizations by uncovering hidden secrets through satellite imagery.
Overcoming funding, cultural, and safety challenges is crucial for groundbreaking archaeological discoveries that unveil hidden stories of our past.
Revolutionary technologies like LIDAR, drones, and GIS software unveil hidden secrets of ancient civilizations, reshaping our understanding of human history.
Collaboration and crowdsourcing revolutionize archaeology, democratizing discoveries and fostering a shared responsibility for preserving our past.
Embracing technology and inclusivity in archaeology unveils past societies' resilience, guiding our adaptation to future challenges.
Archaeology from Space by Sarah Parcak explores the fascinating world of space archaeology, a field that uses satellite imagery and remote sensing technology to discover and analyze ancient sites on Earth. Parcak shares her experiences and insights as a space archaeologist, discussing the potential of this technology to revolutionize the field of archaeology and help protect our shared cultural heritage.
Sarah Parcak is an American archaeologist, Egyptologist, and remote sensing expert, known for using satellite imagery to locate and study ancient sites. She is a professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a National Geographic Explorer, making significant contributions to space archaeology.
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