Jamaican Archaeology with Zach Beier - Ep 113

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Jamaica is a fascinating place with a rich historic and prehistoric history. Our guest today, archaeologist Zach Beier lives in Jamaica and is passionate about his history. We talk to him about Jamaican archaeology and the technology he uses to decipher it.

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New Apple Hardware and Software for Sept 2019 - Ep 112

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Every September Apple releases at least the new iPhone for the year. Sometimes, like this year, they release a bit more. Today Chris gives you an update on the new Watch, iPhones, and iPad. This isn’t just an Apple fan-boy perspective but a look at what the new upgrades can do for archaeology and fieldwork.

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LIDAR in Cambodia with Dr. Sarah Klassen - Ep 111

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It’s all LIDAR today! Paul and Chris interview Dr. Sarah Klassen, an archaeologist that has done extensive work in southeast Asia, specifically Cambodia. She’s got some fascinating things to say about what the LIDAR data told them about the past at Ankor Wat and other temples, and, about new questions the data presented.

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Boats, Phones, and Drones...Oh my! - Ep 110

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Today Paul and Chris talk about new boats, drones (of course), issues with the iPhone X in the field, and other random tech topics. It’s a catch-all episode today and we hope you enjoy it!

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Tephrochronology with Dr. Jamie Anderson - Ep 109

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New APN Volunteer producer, Dr. Jamie Anderson, joins Paul and Chris today to talk about her masters and PhD research that used some interesting dating methods. One of those was Tephrocronology, or, dating using ash layers. Combined with other methods, Tephrocronology is a powerful tool. We talk about that and other dating methods.

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