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Simposio: Geomatics in Latin American Archaeology
Tema: S.I.G.  Publicado el 15-11-2014   Versión para imprimir   Enviar a un amigo  
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Sesión que llevamos a la 43 Conferencia Anual Internacional Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA Siena 2015) que se celebrará entre el 30 Marzo y el 3 Abril 2015 en Siena (Italia) con el título: “Geomatic approaches in Latin American Archaeology: the state-of-the-art in Spatial Archaeology”.

La propuesta completa se halla en : http://caaconference.org/program/sessions/4f/

Maximiano, Alfredo M. Universidad de Cantabria. IIIPC. España, maximianocastillejo@gmail.com
Magnin, Lucía A. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. CONICET Argentina, lumagnin@yahoo.com.ar
De Feo, María Eugenia. Universidad Nacional de La Plata. CONICET Argentina, eugeniadefeo@yahoo.com.ar
Figuerero Torres, María José. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina, mjofiguerero@yahoo.com.ar

Contacto: geomaticsla.caa.2015@gmail.com
20 Nov 2014: concluye llamado de trabajos
Presentación de resúmenes: http://caaconference.org/program/



Quienes coordinamos este encuentro creemos que estamos en un momento bastante dinámico en torno al uso de recursos geomáticos en la Arqueología latino Americana; aprovechando el lema de esta conferencia: “Keep the revolution going” consideramos que una sesión en el CAA acerca de estos temas es una importante oportunidad para el encuentro y la discusión. Por ello los invitamos a presentar disertaciones en este espacio de difusión y debate.

Desde este link: http://caaconference.org/program/ podrán subir sus trabajos al sistema en la Sesión 4; F.

Del mismo modo les agradecemos la difusión de este contenido en sus redes de contactos.
Nos encontramos en Siena!!

CAA 2015 Siena, Symposium “Geomatic approaches in Latin American Archaeology: the state-of-the-art in Spatial Archaeology”

Archaeology has been forcefully integrated to the digital world through multiple digital data capture and management mediums that have been implemented during the last two decades. For Spatial Archaeology this revolution has signaled the employment of geomatic resources in the capture and storage of geo-data, management, analysis and visualization of spatial and temporal variability at different scales. The volume of information generated thus relies on the slowly growing number of open access repositories set up by research centers and, in many cases, encouraged by legislation or national subsidies. This varied technological panorama leads to a valid concern on behalf by the archaeologists in that research now involves much more than the materiality of what they are studying. Nowadays any archaeological research must not only use a minimum of technology but also plan for its post-analysis management within research institutions as well as in heritage contexts. The use of geomatic resources has also led to ontological and empirical revisions in the analysis of spatial variability.

This symposium aims to create a space for sharing the varied theoretical approaches and applications of geomatic resources in traditional research, in data management of e-repositories and in heritage management. It is also a call to debate on the experiences of the present relationship between fields of basic archaeological research and cultural heritage management. Our special interest is opening this dialogue to Latin America in order to encourage discussion of different proposals and experiences, thereby initiating an intercontinental conversation.

The themes contemplated for this colloquium are:

-Case studies showcasing the resources applied to perception of archaeological spatial variability and representation with geo-computational environments: Capture methods (Total Station, LIDAR, photograms, remote sensors, ETM, etc.), data base management (GeodataBase, GIS, etc.), analytical series, and public usage for different types of users.

- New synergy between archaeological practice and geo-computational media, such as: Gigapixel, temporal visualization and interpretation of spatial problems, Geostatistics and intra-site continuous data, among many others.

-Implementing online data bases, issues on accessibility and consultation of e-repositories, minimum recoding standards, and other ways in which these new venues impact on field methods and how professionals should prepare and record material for later use/access by other member of the public.




 
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