Explore the links below for comprehensive reports and information
on past and present CSRM Research Projects:
- Airborne SAR (AIRSAR) radar system deployment in southern Mesoamerica and Central America. Under an NSF grant for which CSRM Principal Douglas Comer is a co-Principal Investigator, NASA deployed their Airborne SAR (AIRSAR) radar system for archaeological reconnaissance in Mexico and Central America.
- Ala Kahakai Trail, Hawai'i. The Use of Very Low Altitude Aerial Remote Sensing to Determine the Location of the Ala Kahakai Trail, Related Prehistoric Trails, and Related Archeological Features. Status report of research funded by the National Park Service National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.
- Ironwood Forest National Monument, Arizona. Class III survey and archaeological inventory of Hohokam sites along service roads through the National Monument.
- Jimmy Carter Boyhood Farm, Plains, Georgia. Archaeological investigations to provide design information for restoration of selected portions of the Carter farm landscape.
- Monticello Survey, Utah. Archaeological inventory of ancestral Puebloan sites to gauge the threat of recreational activities in the area on preservation.
- Ray Mesa II Survey, Utah. Survey in a high site-density area as a part of the Widlife Urban Interface Fuels Treatment Project in Moab, Utah.
- Revolutionary war era archaeological research in Mason Neck, Virginia. CSRM assessed the ecological and heritage impact of expanding mountain biking trails in the Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area, including excavation of an encampment used by General Rochambeau in 1781.
- Santa Catalina Island, California archaeological site detection using synthetic aperture radar (SAR). Developing protocols for the inventory of archaeological sites and other cultural features of archaeological and historic interest by fusing post-processed images from commercially obtained synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and multispectral data sets.Developing protocols for the inventory of archaeological sites and other cultural features of archaeological and historic interest by fusing post-processed images from commercially obtained synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and multispectral data sets.
- Space Archaeology at San Clemente, California. Archaeological analysis of synthetic aperture radar findings at San Clemente Island, California, complimenting earlier research at nearby Santa Catalina Island.
- Spotlight: NASA Radar Aids High-Tech Digs. At San Clemente Island, California.
- Synthetic Aperture Radar Applications at San Clemente, Island. Detection and Identification ofArchaeological Sites and Features Using Radar Data Acquired From Airborne Platforms.