Results of the mobile GIS survey in 2017 at the Hatnub quarries and links to the published papers.
How do we answer questions when the data exists but there's no direct access? A real-world solution to a fuel shortage problem encapsulates the answer.
Georeferencing a map of the pyramid complex of Djedefre, wrestling with inaccuracies, residuals and RMSE.
What makes georeferencing historic maps difficult and how does the process work? Here I georeference a problematic map of Abu Rawash, pyramid and cemeteries, Egypt.
Satellite imagery is very precise but can still exhibit parallax. This is a particular issue for georeferencing historic maps, demonstrated here with reference to the Giza Pyramids.
How do archaeologists relate historic maps and plans to modern satellite imagery and maps? This post and video shows how a historic map of mastaba cemetery F at Abu Rawash, Egypt was georeferenced with ArcGIS.
How do the latest mobile-GIS apps measure up in the field? I review two new approaches to archaeological survey.