Radioactive Science and a 130,000-Year-Old Mastodon - Episode 52

On today's episode we talk about the science behind the reported discovery of a 130,000 year old mastodon near San Diego, California. Why is science literacy important? What can we learn from the reactions of others? And, what makes the Nature Letter compelling?

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Photogrammetry w/ Michael Ashley & Tom Noble - Episode 51

Michael Ashley and Tom Noble join the show to talk about photogrammetry. They discuss equipment, workflows, and limitations, as well as the way forward. Info on photogrammetry workshops are discussed in this show, and included in the show notes.

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Codifi Goes to SAA - Episode 50

Chris Sims and Chris Webster make it no secret they're on the Codifi team. Codifi founder, Michael Ashley, joins the show to reflect on Codifi's reception at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver, BC.

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Open Science w/ Ben Marwick - Episode 49

Dr. Ben Marwick returns to talk about the Open Science Interest Group, his recent publication on technology and open archaeology, and his workshop at the SAA Annual Meeting in Vancouver.

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The Future Is Written; It's the Past that Keeps Changing - Episode 48

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