Application deadline extended for winter 2016 / spring 2017 projects - now May 23: (05/04/16) The application deadline for winter 2016 / spring 2017 projects has been extended to May 23. Contact... More Info
Busayra Project publication in the Antiquity Project Gallery: (04/11/16) Congratulations to the Busayra team for publishing an initial report on their work at Busayra with A... More Info
Applications open for winter 2016-2017 SPARC Projects: (04/01/16) Applications are now being accepted for winter 2016-2017 SPARC Projects. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org... More Info
Spatial Archaeometry is the application of scientific techniques to measure properties of archaeological materials at all scales, including objects, sites and landscapes, wherein the spatial properties of the measurements are central to their analysis and interpretation.
We help you learn about spatial archaeometry, develop your ideas through collaborative project proposal writing, apply your research plans through SPARC research support awards, and collaborate your results and experience with the archaeological community.
Collaborating on research, sharing equipment and resources, and facilitating knowledge exchanges and best practices will promote the use of remote sensing methods and geospatial in archaeological research and assist researchers in meeting their project's goals.
Bosutswe Landscapes: Exploring early African towns through geophysics and photogrammetry
Drs. Klehm and Ernenwien will be using geophysical and airborne thermographic survey to study three small rural sites in Botsw... More Info
Measuring Household Economies in Iron Age Southwest Jordan: An Archaeological Case Study from Edomite Busayra
Anthropological archaeologists have long sought to document and explain how the economies of past societies responded to imper... More Info
|1 April 2016||Applications Open|
|23 May 2016||Application Deadline|
|20 June 2016||Notifications||September 2016- February 2017||Target Project Period|