2019 Festival Event:

Remote Sensing In Archaeology: How Modern Technology Has Become Key To Understanding the Past

2019-05-03
City: Columbus


Until recent years shovels and trowels were the mainstays of archaeological field work. Modern technological advancements have rendered large scale shovel testing all but obsolete. Here’s a chance to learn about sophisticated remote sensing instruments that allow archaeologists to see what important finds might be hidden just below our feet.

Presented by: Ohio History Connection

Event Series: Be A Scientist!
Audience(s): High School Adults

Location:

Cardinal Classroom 3rd floor, Ohio History Connection 800 E. 17th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211

When:

2019-05-03
2019-05-03T14:00:00.000Z to 2019-05-03T16:00:00.000Z

Admissions:

Free

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