Aerial photography in anthropological field research

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Harvard University Press , Cambridge, Mass
Statementedited by Evon Z. Vogt.
ContributionsVogt, Evon Z.
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Open LibraryOL22212716M
ISBN 100674006267

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Evon Z. Vogt and nine others discuss the latest technical developments in aerial photography and their multiple applications to anthropological research, both archaeological and ethnographical.

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Aerial photography has long been used in archaeological research, but its use on the Northern Plains has been limited. The reason is likely a combination of the subtle nature of archaeological features on the Northern Plains, and the fact that broad areas of low level aerial photography are rare, largely due to the fact that Canada's enormous.

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