On April 26th, one day in advance of the Society for American Archaeology meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, NCPTT hosted the second meeting of the Archeological Preservation Technology Research Consortium. Chaired by Arleyn Simon, director of the Archaeological Research Institute at Arizona State University, the group first met in 2005 in Arizona to discuss the current status of remote sensing technologies in archaeology after some two decades of innovations. The meeting in Puerto Rico was devoted to tracking new directions in the specialty, and to outlining approaches the consortium might adopt to affect tangible impacts on archeological policy, management strategies, and methods.

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