Disaster preparedness takes many forms - depending on who you are and what you do. It's also important for archaeology sites. Creating relationships with major and local agencies and locating archaeology sites in jeopardy is paramount to preserving history. When disaster strikes we should be ready to respond or have recorded as much as possible already.
On today's show we talk about an article in the November 2018 issue of the SAA's Advances in Archaeological Practice that tackles these issues.
“Finding the Negative in the Positive: Archaeology and Data Collection in the Face of Natural Disasters” - Tanya M. Peres and Aaron Deter-Wolf