Research and Management (CSRM) develops and utilizes innovative
technologies, data collection methodologies, and public involvement
techniques to produce and supplement sustainable, resource-driven
cultural resource management plans.
CSRM gathers data using:
- Remote sensing technologies
- Public involvement
- Ethnographic surveys
- Phase I and II archaeological fieldwork
Survey data is analyzed and synthesized to produce:
- Basic inventories and evaluations of archaeological and historic sites
- Interactive, user-friendly GIS databases
Among our planning products are:
- General Site Management Plans
- Carrying Capacity Studies
- Site Monitoring Plans
- Interpretive Plans
- Conservation Plans
- Operating Plans for Cultural Sites
To view a sample of our services and products, click here.
- 03.14.2011 - Douglas Comer testifies at hearing on Bru na Boinne World Heritage Site, Ireland.
- 07.14.2010 - CSRM and NASA to offer course: "Introduction to the Use of Aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeological Research and Management."
- 05.05.2010 - Douglas Comer and Gustavo Araoz, President of ICOMOS, interviewed for Newsweek article, Crumbling Wonders.
- 04.09.2010 - The Spring issue of American Archaeology Magazine contains an article that describes some of the archaeological research that Doug Comer is conducting with the use of satellite and aerial remote sensing technology. This work will also be addressed in a symposium at the 2010 Society for American Archaeology Conference that is jointly sponsored by NASA and ICAHM. To read the article, click here.
- EMAIL X AND THE QUITO AIRPORT ARCHAEOLOGY CONTROVERSY: A CAUTIONARY TALE FOR SCHOLARS IN THE AGE OF RAPID INFORMATION FLOW. Read it here!
- Archaeological analysis of synthetic aperture radar findings at San Clemente Island, California. Read it here!
- See Ratings of World Heritage Sites in the National Geographic Traveler Magazine
- CSRM has added an Interpretive Division to its list
of services. Click here for more information.
- Click here
to visit informative Public Archaeology Sites.