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May 10 2013

Google Earth fuelling ‘armchair archaeology’

TRADITIONALLY, ARCHAEOLOGY HAS involved a lot of digging through both archives and dirt, as well as being in the right place at the right time. But the last decade has seen the development of a completely new tool, says Dr David Thomas, a pioneer of the field of satellite archaeology.

“The detail in many of the images is astonishing and allows archaeologists to investigate sites without leaving the safety of their offices,” says David, who is from Melbourne's La Trobe University and gave a talk today on ‘armchair archaeology’ at the Melbourne Museum.

“While this has obvious advantages, it also presents archaeologists with new problems and challenges,” he says.

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