354 lab
The Geospatial Laboratory is equipped to facilitate faculty, graduate, and undergraduate research using geospatial and image analysis techniques in archaeological investigation. The lab includes five Dell Windows 7 workstations plus two Dell Alienware 6-core Intel processor computers with Dell 24 Ultrasharp Monitors. Software for GIS/RS research is available including ArcGIS, ENVI, Matlab, Google Sketch-Up, LiDar Global Mapping, Agisoft Photoscan, and Sketch Fab. Additionally, the lab has a 44-inch HP inkjet color printer, black and white and color laser printers, and a Contex 36-inch large-format sheet feed scanner.


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Wade Campbell

Assistant Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology


Maria H. Sousa

Administrator of the Archaeology Program & Journal of Field Archaeology