ABSTRACT

The use of GIS is the most powerful technology introduced to archaeology since the introduction of carbon 14 dating. The most widespread use of this technology has been for the prediction of archaeological site locations. This book focuses on the use of GIS for archaeological predictive modeling. The contributors include internationally recognized

chapter 1|4 pages

Introduction

ByKonnie L. Wescott

chapter 4|14 pages

Using a GIS to Model Prehistoric Site Distributions in the Upper Chesapeake Bay

ByKonnie L. Wescott, James A. Kuiper

chapter 6|12 pages

Considerations of Scale in Modeling Settlement Patterns Using GIS: An Iroquois Example

ByKathleen M. Sydoriak Allen

chapter 7|16 pages

Construction of Digital Elevation Models for Archaeological Applications

ByJon B. Hageman, David A. Bennett