Congratulations to the BosLand team on their new publication: ( 04/03/19) In summer 2017, SPARC supported Carla Klehm and the BosLand team in the project, “Bosutswe Landsca... More Info
Upcoming online SAA Seminar with Fred Limp: Newer Developments in Technologies for the Measurement of Form and Space in Archaeology: Part II: ( 11/27/18) December 6, 2018 2-3pm EST More than 60 years ago, Gordon Willey famously stated... More Info
NSF support for SPARC renewed!: ( 09/25/18) Building on five years of continuous investment, the National Science Foundation has renewed funding... 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.
Modeling Long-Term Water Management Strategies on the Irrigated Plain of Miān-āb, in the Khuzistan Province of Iran. Type of Application:
Mehrnoush Soroush's project attempts to understand the longue durée water management strategies on the irrigated landscape of ... More Info
Data-fusion of a multi-instrument geophysical survey of an Iron Age Iberian/Roman settlement
Wendy Cegielski (ASU), with co-PIs Justin Rego and Ignacio Grau-Mira will be collaborating with SPARC researchers to investigat... More Info