www.cast.uark.edu/nadag.” (Excerpted from NADAG Final Project Report, Executive Summary). Developed through a team led by Kenneth Kvamme, NADAG was established as a project to help elevate North America’s awareness of geophysical methods and their potential application in archaeology.“The North American Database of Archaeological Geophysics (NADAG) is a database and website under continuous development that aims to promote use, education, communication, and a knowledge base of the practice of archaeological geophysics in North America. It is maintained by the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at the University of Arkansas at:
NCPTT provided funding for the project in 2000. The final project report–which includes background, methods, discussion, and results from the project–is available on this page.
Link to online resource: www.cast.uark.edu/nadag