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The Future of Studying the Past: Innovative Technologies in Maryland Archeology
2022 Archeology Month

Advances in technology  have transformed how archeologists study the past by providing opportunities for minimally invasive excavations. This year Maryland Archeology Month highlights several great applications of innovative technologies.



Table of Contents


  • The Future of Studying the Past: Innovative Technologies in Maryland Archeology, Zachary Singer 

  • Finding St. Mary's Fort Using Geophysical Survey, Timothy J. Horsley and Travis G. Parno 

  • Antibodies, Antigens, and Bear: Residue Analysis from a Middle Woodland Encampment, J. Andrew Ross and Karen Hutchins-Keim 

  • Discovering 4,500 Years of Patuxent River History with Magnetic Susceptibility, Fluxgate Gradiometry, and Metal Detecting, Stephanie T. Sperling

  • X-Ray Diffraction in Archaeology, John S. Wah

  • Shell Midden Archaeology and Maryland's Plant Communities, Torben C. Rick

  • Preserving the Past: Planners Use High-Tech Tools to Bring a Historic Headstone's Inscription Back to Life, Brian Crane and Kacy Rohn

  • The Shipwreck Tagging Archaeological Management Program (STAMP), Austin Burkhard

  • X-radiography in Archaeology: A M1841 "mississippi" Rifle Case Study, Nichole Doub

  • Unexpected Uses of LIDAR Data in Archaeology, Scott Stickland 

  • X-ray Flourescence in Archaeology, Stephanie Whitehead

  • Field Session Teaser - Ground Truthing Barwick's Ordinary, Matthew D. McKnight

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