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UAV Photogrammetry in Southwest New Mexico
Kent Mead, University of Arizona (March 14, 2018)—In 2017, Archaeology Southwest sponsored an internship for a photogrammetry and 3D-modeling project in southwest New Mexico, and I was fortunate to be that intern. I worked with Preservation Archaeologists Doug Gann and Karen Schollmeyer to coor...
Woodrow Ruin Revealed
Jakob Sedig, University of Colorado, Boulder (August 24, 2015)—For the past four years, I have been conducting research at Woodrow Ruin, a large, multicomponent site on the upper Gila River. (“Multicomponent” means that the site bears evidence of people being there in more than one distinct c...
What I'm Doing This Week: Karen Schollmeyer
Karen Schollmeyer, Preservation Archaeologist This week, I am finishing up faunal analysis (animal remains) from Jakob Sedig's excavations at Woodrow Ruin in the Upper Gila area. He had a field project there in 2012–2013 for his dissertation work. It's interesting because it's just a fe...