On Friday, Devin A. White, Ph.D, spoke about archaeological discoveries from space for UT’s Science Forum at the Thompson Bowling Arena. White is the Senior Research Scientist in Geo-computation at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and an assistant professor of Anthropology at UT. He explained satellite remote sensing, a technique which influences archaeological research. “Satellite remote sensing [...]
Erin and Robert Darby, Ph.Ds, gave a lecture describing their recent archaeological discoveries at the Ayn Gharandal Excavation site in Jordan. The event took place on Oct. 8 in the McClung Museum Lecture Hall. The American Institutes of Architects (AIA) is a nationwide archaeological organization and considered North America’s oldest and largest. Its members [...]
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