Selected Publications

Casana, J., & Cothren, J. (2013). The CORONA Atlas Project: Orthorectification of CORONA Satellite Imagery and Regional-Scale Archaeological Exploration in the Near East. In Mapping Archaeological Landscapes from Space (pp. 33–43). Springer New York. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-6074-9_4
Opitz, R., & Stoddart, S. (2012). Setting towns in their landscape: Forms of urbanism in the Ager Faliscus. In The Contribution of Urban Landscape Survey in Italy and the Mediterranean. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Poirier, N., Opitz, R., Nuninger, L., & Oštir, K. (2013). The ModAgSpace Project: Lidar Data and Landscape Archaeology in Southern France (pp. 539–542). Oxford: Archaeopress.
Tullis, J. A., Cothren, J. D., Lanter, D. P., Shi, X., Limp, W. F., Linck, R. F., … Alsumaiti, T. (2015). Geoprocessing, Workflows, and Provenance. In P. Thenkabail (Ed.), Remote Sensing Handbook (Vol. 1, p. in–press). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Angel, C. (n.d.). Nabataean Architecture and the Sun. ESRI ArcUser, (Winter 2015). Retrieved from http://www.esri.com/esri-news/arcuser/winter-2015/nabataean-architecture-and-the-sun
Casana, J., Cothren, J., & Kalayci, T. (2012). Swords into Ploughshares: Archaeological Applications of CORONA Satellite Imagery in the Near East. Internet Archaeology, (32). http://dx.doi.org/10.11141/ia.32.2
Casana, J., Kantner, J., Wiewel, A., & Cothren, J. (2014). Archaeological aerial thermography: a case study at the Chaco-era Blue J community, New Mexico. Journal of Archaeological Science, 45, 207–219. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2014.02.015
Defibaugh y Chávez, J. M., & Tullis, J. A. (2013). Deciduous Forest Structure Estimated with LIDAR-optimized Spectral Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing, 5(1), 155–182. http://doi.org/10.3390/rs5010155
Georges-Leroy, M., Opitz, R., & Nuninger, L. (2014). Le lidar une technique de télédétection au service de l’archéologie. Techniques de l’Ingénieur,, IN215.
Johnston, W., Banerjee, N., Cothren, J., & Parkerson, J. P. (2013). Information Rich GIS Dissemination in Disconnected Environments: Information Rich GIS Dissemination in Disconnected Environments. Transactions in GIS, n/a–n/a. http://doi.org/10.1111/tgis.12053
Jones, J. S., Tullis, J. A., Haavik, L. J., Guldin, J. M., & Stephen, F. M. (2014). Monitoring Oak-hickory Forest Change During an Unprecedented Red Oak Borer Outbreak in the Ozark Mountains: 1990 to 2006. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 8(1), 1–13. http://doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.8.083687
Leh, M., Matlock, M., Cummings, E., Thoma, G., & Cothren, J. (2013). Measuring ecosystem service change: A case study from a northwest Arkansas dairy farm. Carbon and Water Footprint of U.S. Milk, From Farm to Table, 31, Supplement 1(0), S91–S100. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.idairyj.2012.10.016
Limp, F., & Barnes, A. (2014). Solving the grid-to-ground problem when using high precision GNSS in archaeological mapping. Advances in Archaeological Practice:  A Journal of the Society for American Archaeology, 2(2), 138 – 143. http://doi.org/10.7183/2326-3768.2.2.138
Matlock, M., Thoma, G., Cummings, E., Cothren, J., Leh, M., & Wilson, J. (2013). Geospatial analysis of potential water use, water stress, and eutrophication impacts from US dairy production. Carbon and Water Footprint of U.S. Milk, From Farm to Table, 31, Supplement 1(0), S78–S90. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.idairyj.2012.05.001
Opitz, R., Laplaige, C., Bossuet, G., & Nuninger, L. (2014). Contextualizing Epomanduodurum (Franche-Comté, north eastern France): Integrated evidence from Magnetic Gradiometry, fieldwalking, historical map studies and ALS Surveys at rural fortified Sites. Journal of Archaeological Science, submitted.
Opitz, R., & Nuninger, L. (2014). Point Clouds Segmentation of Mixed Scenes with Archeological Standing Remains: A Multi-Criteria and Multi-Scale Iterative Approach. International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era, 3(2), 287–304.
Opitz, R., Ryzewski, K., Cherry, J., & Maloney, B. (2014). Using Airborne LiDAR Survey to Explore Historic-era Archaeological Landscapes of Montserrat in the Eastern Caribbean. Journal of Field Archaeology, submitted.
Stephanie M. Sullivan, & Duncan P. McKinnon. (2013). The Collins Mound Site: Exploring Architectural Variation within the Ozark Highland Region. Southeastern Archaeology, 32(1), 70-84. http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/sea.2013.32.1.006
Sullivan, R. G., Kirchler, L. B., Cothren, J., & Winters, S. L. (2013). RESEARCH ARTICLE: Offshore Wind Turbine Visibility and Visual Impact Threshold Distances. Environmental Practice, 15(01), 33–49. http://doi.org/10.1017/S1466046612000464
Wasiak, F. C., Androes, D., Blackburn, D. G., Tullis, J. A., Dixon, J., & Chevrier, V. F. (2013). A Geological Characterization of Ligeia Mare in the Northern Polar Region of Titan. Planetary and Space Science, 84, 141–147. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.pss.2013.05.007
Young, S. G., Tullis, J. A., & Cothren, J. (2013a). A remote sensing and GIS-assisted landscape epidemiology approach to West Nile virus. Applied Geography, 45, 241–249. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.09.022

Conference Papers

Limp, F., Opitz, R., Simon, K., & Payne, A. (2014). Measuring the face of the past and facing the measurement. Invited Keynote. Presented at the 5th International Space2Place Conference, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA.
Opitz, R. (2012a). Actual Practice: Photogrammetry, Recording and Interpretation at the Gabii excavations. Presented at the University College Dublin Archaeology Seminar Series, Dublin, Ireland.
Opitz, R. (2012b). Thinking through topography: Lidar as a landscape management tool. Presented at the IMAGERIE À HAUTE RÉSOLUTION: applications en archéologie et geosciences. Séminaire du réseau Information Spatiale et Archéologie, Clermont-Ferrand, France.
Opitz, R. (2013a). Digital Transitions: Technologies for Archaeological Fieldwork, Publishing and Community Engagement. Presented at the SAA 78th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Opitz, R. (2013b). Matching algorithms to Data. Presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Perth, Australia.
Opitz, R. (2014a). Exploring Digital Landscapes at the Human Scale. Presented at the Digital Domains, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA.
Opitz, R. (2014b). Learning to See Active Forest and Woodland Landscapes. Presented at the Washington University in St. Louis Archaeology Seminar Series, St. Louis, MO, USA.
Opitz, R., & Davis, S. (2012). What Next? Aerial Archaeology as Landscape Archaeology. Presented at the Aerial Archaeology Research Group Annual Meeting, Budapest, Hungary.
Opitz, R., Laplaige, C., Nuninger, L., Bossuet, G., & Fruchart, C. (2014). Saint Gengoux de Tallenay: From an intra-site survey to a broader understanding of a woodland landscape. Presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Paris, France.
Opitz, R., Nowlin, J., Becker, J., Mogetta, M., Gallone, A., & Terrenato, N. (2012). Going Big. Data management strategies for the large scale excavations at Gabii (Italy). Presented at the Redford Conference in Archaeology, Puget Sound, WA.
Opitz, R., Simon, K., & Limp, F. (2012). Close Range Photogrammetry vs. 3D Scanning for Archaeological Documentation. Presented at the 3D Digital Documentation Summit. National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, San Francisco, CA.
Opitz, R., Simon, K., & Limp, F. (2014). Close range photogrammetry versus 3D scanning for archaeological documentation. Presented at the Innovation Hub, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Rachel Opitz, Davis, S., & Abbott, M. (2012). 3d documentation and archaeology in the Boyne Valley. Presented at the Recent Archaeological Research in the Boyne Valley, Slane, Ireland.
Stephanie M. Sullivan, & Duncan P. McKinnon. (2012). The Collins Mound Site: Exploring Architectural Variation within the Ozark Highland Region. Presented at the Southeastern Archaeology Conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Sylvest, M. E., Dixon, J. C., Barnes, A., & Ito, G. (2013). Experimental Study of CO2 Sublimation as a Trigger for Mass Wasting. Presented at the 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX. Retrieved from http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2013/pdf/1626.pdf
Sylvest, M. E., Dixon, J. C., Leone, R. C., & Barnes, A. (2014). DEM Extraction from Stereo Webcam Videos for Small-scale Experimental Geomorphological Modeling. Presented at the 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Tx. Retrieved from http://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2014/pdf/2309.pdf
Terrenato, N., Mogetta, M., Johnston, A., Opitz, R., & Gallone, A. (2014). The Gabii Project: The 2012 and 2013 Seasons. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the AIA.

Encyclopedia Entries

Angel, C. (2014a). Jordan (1st ed.). New York, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Retrieved from http://www.islamicworldencyclopedia.com/Home_Page.html
Angel, C. (2014b). Natural Resources (1st ed.). New York, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Retrieved from http://www.islamicworldencyclopedia.com/Home_Page.html
Angel, C. (2014c). Urbanization (1st ed.). New York, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Retrieved from http://www.islamicworldencyclopedia.com/Home_Page.html

Magazine Contributions

Cothren, J. (2014). State of the Industry Report. Earth Imaging Journal. Retrieved from http://eijournal.com/2014/state-of-the-industry

Angel, C. (2014a, March). WoW 101: Integrating GIS into EAST Projects. K-12 presented at the EAST Conference 2014, Hot Springs Convention Center, Hot Springs, AR. Retrieved from http://conference2014.eastinitiative.org/
Angel, C. (2014b, October). An Integrated Analysis of Nabataean Urban Geography, Morphology, Spatial Patterns, and Architecture in Petra, Jordan. Presented at the UA Research Conference, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Arkansas.
Banerjee, N., & Johnston, W. (2014). Perpetuu: A Tiered Solar-powered GIS Microserver. Under Review presented at the ICDCS 2014, Madrid, Spain. Retrieved from http://lsd.ls.fi.upm.es/icdcs2014/call-for-papers
Barnes, A. (2013, September). Developing Custom GIS Tools with ArcGIS ModelBuilder. PowerPoint presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Brahana, V., Jarvie, J., Sauer, T., Paillet, F., Sharpley, A., Davis, R., … Tullis, J. A. (2012, July). The Complex Interrelation of Surface and Ground Water in a Mantled-Karst Setting – Modeling Implications from the Savoy Experimental Watershed. Presented at the CUAHSI 3rd Biennial Colloquium on Hydrologic Science and Engineering, Boulder, CO.
Bunker, B., & Tullis, J. A. (2013, March). Classification of Satellite Time Series-derived Land Surface Phenology Focused on the Northern Fertile Crescent. Presented at the ASPRS 2013 Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.
Burrows, S., & Williamson, M. (2014, June). PBS and Atlantic Productions’ new TV series “Time Scanners”: Behind-the-scenes with the Building Systems Executive “Analyst” and University Scan Team. PowerPoint presented at the Hexagon Live, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Casana, J., & Cothern, J. (2014, March). The CORONA Atlas Project: Regional-scale Archaeological Prospection and Site Morphometric Analysis in the Near East. PowerPoint presented at the Digital Domains: Remote Sensing of Past Human Landscapes, Dartmouth College.
Chad Cooper. (2013a, September). Intermediate Geoprocessing with Python. 4 hour workshop presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR. Retrieved from http://coopergeo.com/tutorials/argis2013/
Chad Cooper. (2013b, September). Bridging GIS and 3D Animation with Python. PowerPoint presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR. Retrieved from https://speakerdeck.com/supercooper/bridging-gis-and-3d-animation-with-python
Cooper, C., Cothren, J., Williamson, M., Winters, S., & Sullivan, B. (2012, 25). VIESORE: Visual impact evaluation system for offshore renewable energy. Presented at the Oklahoma South-Central Arc Users Group Annual Meeting, Norman, OK.
Cothren, J., & Casana, J. (2014a, April). The CORONA Atlas Project: Orthorectification of Declassified Satellite Imagery and Regional-Scale Archaeological Prospection. PowerPoint presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TX.
Cothren, J., & Casana, J. (2014b, June). Literary Elements: Spy Satellites, 3D Scanning and Computer Tools Technology Unlock the Secrets of the World’s Most Iconic Archaeoloigcal Sites. PowerPoint presented at the Digital Domains: Remote Sensing of Past Human Landscapes, Fayetteville Public Library.
Culpepper, B., & Ford, H. (2013, September). State-Level Resource Planning using Raster Analysis. PowerPoint presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Ford, H., Cothren, J., & Culpepper, B. (2013, July). Multi-Criteria Decision Support for Statewide Habitat Degradation Assessment. PowerPoint presented at the 2013 Esri International Users Conference, San Diego, California. Retrieved from http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/proc13/index.html
Gorham, B. (2013a, February). Introduction to Object-Based Image Analysis with eCognition. Workshop presented at the eCognition Workshop, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Gorham, B. (2013b, August). High Resolution Urban Land-Use/Impervious Surface Mapping: Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Presented at the August 2013 CAST Full Staff Presntation, CAST Office Space.
Gorham, B. (2013c, September). High Resolution Urban Land-Use/Impervious Surface Mapping: Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Case Study presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Gorham, B. (2013d, September). Multi-date Land-Cover Mapping with NAIP Imagery: Arkansas 2006-2010. Presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Gorham, B. (2013e, November). 2013 Trimble eCognition Technical Session. Webinar presented at the Trimble Webinar, Webinar.
Gorham, B. (2013f, November). Free Online Tools and Data for Exploring Arkansas from Space. Workshop presented at the Meeting of Northwest Arkansas’ Master Naturalists, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Gorham, B., Barnes, A., & Catanzaro, D. (2013a, March). EPA: Technology Transfer Webinar. Presented at the EPA Webinar.
Gorham, B., Barnes, A., & Catanzaro, D. (2013b, March). Mapping Milwaukee: EPA Technology Transfer Webinar. Presented at the EPA Webinar, Webinar.
Gorham, B. E., & Tullis, J. A. (2014, October). ArkansasView: Online Remote Sensing Curriculum. Presented at the AmericaView Fall Technical Meeting, Davis, CA.
Gorham, B., & Foti, T. (2013, July). Differentiating Shortleaf Pine from Loblolly Pine Plantation Land-Cover Types in the Boston Mountains of Arkansas. West Plains, Missouri.
Lane, R., & Cothren, J. (2013, June). Towards Modeling for the Next Generation Science Standards. Presented at the Arkansas Department of Education Review Committee for the Next Generation Science Standards, Little Rock, AR.
Limp, F., Barnes, A., Cothren, J., Simon, K., Stephens, C., & Williamson, M. (2014, November). New developments in technologies for the measurement of form and space in archaeology: An introduction for students. Webinar.
Opitz, R. (2012a, September). Archaeological 3D Documentation in Practice. Photogrammetry, Scanning and Modeling. Workshop, Inštitut za arheologijo ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana.
Opitz, R. (2012b, October). Praksa 3R dokumentiranja . Fotogrametrija, skeniranje in modeliranje. Workshop, Inštitut za arheologijo ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana.
Opitz, R. (2013a, March). Archaeological Interpretation and Airborne Laser Scanning. Workshop presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Perth, Australia.
Opitz, R. (2013b, April). Archaeological Applications of Airborne Laser Scanning. Workshop presented at the SAA 78th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI.
Opitz, R. (2014a, March). Exploring Digital Landscapes at the Human Scale. PowerPoint presented at the Digital Domains: Remote Sensing of Past Human Landscapes, Dartmouth College.
Opitz, R. (2014b, May). Build Your Own Digital Museum: An Introductory Workshop. Workshop presented at the SPARC Program Workshop, Glenn Black Laboratory, Indiana University.
Opitz, R., Hanus, K., Laplaige, C., & Stular, B. (2014, April). Archaeology in the Woods: New Technologies, New Perspectives. Conference Session presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Paris, France.
Opitz, R., & Nuninger, L. (2014, March). Training and Research on the Archaeological Interpretation of Lidar 2(TRAIL 2014). Conference, Frasne, France.
Opitz, R., Nuninger, L., & Laplaige, C. (2013, May). Lieppec : LIdar pour l’étude des Paysages Passés Et Contemporains. Presented at the Salon Innovatives SHS, Paris, France.
Opitz, R., & Posluschny, A. (2013, March). More than meets the eye - New techniques for analysing and interpreting LiDAR data. Conference Session presented at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, Perth, Australia.
Sholes, S. F., Chevrier, V. F., & Tullis, J. A. (2012, July). Object-based Image Analysis for Remote Sensing of Planetary Surfaces. Presented at the REU 2012 Poster Presentations, Fayetteville, AR.
Simon, K., Barnes, A., & Wiewel, A. (2014, February). From photos to models: Strategies for using digital photogrammetry in your project. Webinar, Online. Retrieved from http://sparc.cast.uark.edu/assets/webinar/SPARC_Photogrammetry_Draft.pdf
Simon, K., Gann, D., & Barnes, A. (2013, March). Digital Documentation Issues in Rock Art Restoration and Research Applications. Presented at the Computer Applications in Archaeology Converence, Perth, Australia.
Simon, K., & Payne, A. (2013, May). 3D Scanning for North American Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management. Presented at the National Park Service Vanishing Treasures Webinar, Internet.
Simon, K., Walker, C., Barnes, A., & Willis, M. (2013, March). That Elevation Model Looks Great! Is it Accurate? Presented at the 41st Annual International Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA), Perth, Australia. Retrieved from http://caa2013.org/drupal/sessions
Stephenson, S. L., & Tullis, J. A. (2013, April). Ecology at Several Scales. Presented at the NSF Panama-USA Dimensions of Biodiversity Workshop, Gamboa, Panama.
Stevens, C. (2012a, June). How Adding HDS Capabilities Has Impacted Our Digital Campus Initiative to 3D Model and Attribute the University of Arkansas Campus. Conference Presentation presented at the Hexagon Conference 2012, Hexagon Conference, Las Vegas, NV USA.
Stevens, C. (2012b, August). The Digital Documentation of Vol Walker Hall - From Historic Preservation to a High Resolution, Interactive As‐Built. Powerpoint, Facilities Management Department, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR USA.
Stevens, C. (2012c, November). Interactive Building Information. Poster presented at the Spar Europe 2012 Conference, Spar Europe 2012 Conference, Den Hague, Netherlands.
Stevens, C. (2012d, November). The Digital Documentation of Vol Walker Hall - From Historic Preservation to High Resolution. Poster presented at the Spar Europe 2012 Conference, Spar Europe 2012 Conference, Den Hague, Netherlands.
Tullis, J. A. (2012a, August). Applied Silvicultural Assessment (ASA) Hazard Map. Presented at the AmericaView Webinar, Fayetteville, AR.
Tullis, J. A. (2012b, October). Python in a GIS Lab. Presented at the pyArkansas, Conway, AR. Retrieved from http://www.pyarkansas.org
Tullis, J. A. (2013a, January). Visualization of Small-footprint LIDAR Using the LAS Dataset. Presented at the UA Student Chapter of the ASPRS Geospatial Information and Technology Showcase, Fayetteville, AR.
Tullis, J. A. (2013b, November). Novel OBIA Application Domain: High Temporal Resolution Imaging. Presented at the Trimble Navigation webinar sponsored by Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, Fayetteville, AR.
Tullis, J. A. (2013c, November). Geospatial Observation and Geo-cyberinfrastructure. Presented at the Emerging Frontiers in Tropical Science workshop sponsored by Organization for Tropical Studies, Fayetteville, AR.
Tullis, J. A. (2013d, December). Role of a Geospatial Provenance Store. Presented at the Brigham Young University Department of Geography Seminar, Provo, UT.
Tullis, J. A. (2014, April). Role of Provenance in Geo-cyberinfrastructure. Presented at the ExxonMobil workshop sponsored by Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, Fayetteville, AR.
Tullis, J. A., & Gorham, B. E. (2013, March). Remote Sensing Workshops, Training, and Curriculum. Presented at the 2013 AmericaView Winter Business Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Tullis, J. A., Shi, X., & Cothren, J. D. (2013a, March). Implications of Provenance-aware Remote Sensing Process. Presented at the Department of Geography Colloquium, College Station, TX.
Tullis, J. A., Shi, X., & Cothren, J. D. (2013b, March). Implications of Provenance-aware Remote Sensing Process. Presented at the ASPRS 2013 Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.
Tullis, J. A., Shi, X., & Cothren, J. D. (2014, April). Role of a Provenance Store in Geoprocessing and Workflow Design. Presented at the AAG 2014 Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL.
Williamson, M., & Cothren, J. (2013a, September). Advancing Geospatial Education in the State of Arkansas. PowerPoint presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Williamson, M., & Cothren, J. (2013b, September). Time Travel: Mapping Dinosaur Trackways in Arkansas. Powerpoint presented at the 12th Biennial Arkansas GIS Users Forum Symposium and Training, Rogers, AR.
Young, S. G., & Tullis, J. A. (2013, March). Landscape Epidemiology: West Nile Virus in the US. Presented at the ASPRS 2013 Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD.
3D hearths with artifacts from point cloud. (2013, August 28). Retrieved from http://millennia-research.com/3d-hearths-with-artifacts-from-point-cloud/
A bird’s-eye view: 3D laser scanner maps a mountain. (2014, May 9). Retrieved from http://www.smartgeometrics.com/blog/surveyors/a-birds-eye-view-3d-laser-scanner-maps-a-mountain/
Branam, C. (2014, July 1). Scanning the Pyramids. Retrieved from http://researchfrontiers.uark.edu/2014/scanning-the-pyramids/
Caraher, B. (2013, September 19). Three Dimensional Field Recording in Archaeology: An Example from Gabii. Retrieved from http://mediterraneanworld.wordpress.com/2013/09/19/three-dimensional-field-recording-in-archaeology-an-example-from-gabii/
Castro, E. (2013, March 27). The North American Database of Archaeological Geophysics (NADAG) Year 2 (2002-02). Retrieved from http://ncptt.nps.gov/blog/30621/
Could Visual Identification Technologies Revolutionize Logistics. (2013, May 14). Retrieved from http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_8ef7873a0101e8ie.html
Daly, J. (2014, July 16). World Heritage University-Level Training Programs. Retrieved from http://unescoeducation.blogspot.com/2013/07/world-heritage-university-level.html
Gill, A. (2014, May 27). 2014: Minding the Gap: Advanced Challenges in Theory and Practice in 3D Modeling of Cultural Heritage Sites. Retrieved from http://alysongill.wordpress.com/2014/05/27/2014-minding-the-gap/
Jones, C. (2014, February 26). CORONA Atlas of the Middle East. Retrieved from http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2011/12/corona-atlas-of-middle-east.html
Krimmer, M. (2014, April 28). How Cold War Spy Satellites Revealed 10,000 Lost Cities and Ruins. Retrieved from http://blogs.nvcc.edu/spatialmatters/2014/04/28/how-cold-war-spy-satellites-revealed-10000-lost-cities-and-ruins/
Lansberry, J. (2014, May 13). IU professor Stacie King receives grant to build a digital museum, organize workshops. Retrieved from http://viewpoints.iu.edu/art-at-iu/2014/05/13/iu-professor-stacie-king-receives-grant-to-build-a-digital-museum-organize-workshops/
Lewis to Receive Oakley Award. (2013, December 3). Retrieved from http://ualr.edu/www/2013/12/03/lewis-to-receive-oakley-certificate-of-merit-award/
Marcoux, J. (2013, June 13). Magnetometry at Lord Ashley. Retrieved from http://lordashleysite.wordpress.com/2013/06/13/magnetometry-at-lord-ashley/
Press, M. (2014, March 10). Hussein’s Head and Importance of Cultural Heritage. Retrieved from http://asorblog.org/?p=6967
Shannon. (2013, July 31). Graff participates in NEH Summer Institute. Retrieved from http://blog.lib.umn.edu/writ/dept/2013/07/graff_participates_in_neh_summ.html
Sharpe, S. (2013, December 2). SPARC (Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations) Summer Fieldwork and Data & Analytics Awards — Deadline 15 December 2013. Retrieved from http://blogs.brown.edu/joukowsky/2013/12/02/sparc-spatial-archaeometry-research-collaborations-summer-fieldwork-and-data-analytics-awards-deadline-15-december-2013/
Spacial Archaeometry Research Collaborations. (2014, January 14). Retrieved from http://newarkearthworkscenter.blogspot.com/2014/01/spacial-archaeometry-research.html
Spy Satellite Images Unveil Lost Cities. (2014, May 7). Retrieved from http://socalgis.org/2014/05/07/spy-satellite-images-unveil-lost-cities/
Time Scanners. (2014). Retrieved from https://natgeotv.com/uk/time-scanners
Time Scanners: Il Laser Scanner 3D alla riscoperta delle antichità. (2014, June 23). Retrieved from http://geodataservice.wordpress.com/2014/06/23/time-scanners-il-laser-scanner-3d-alla-riscoperta-delle-antichita/
Yang, N. (2013). Ancestral Apes: A New Analysis of an Old Fossil Yields Evolutionary Insights. Retrieved from http://illumination.missouri.edu/f13/ancestral_apes
Cothren, J. (2014). State of the Industry Report. Earth Imaging Journal. Retrieved from http://eijournal.com/2014/state-of-the-industry
Franklin, J. (2014a, February 25). Time Scanners: Petra (NatGeo) [HD]. Petra, Jordan: National Geographic International.
Franklin, J. (2014b, July 15). Time Scanners: Petra (PBS) [HD]. Petra, Jordan: PBS.
Kellams, K. (2014, June 30). Ozarks At Large. Ozarks At Large. Fayetteville, Arkansas: KUAF 91.3. Retrieved from http://www.kuaf.org/content/monday-june-30-2014
PBS Documentary Features UA Researchers. (2014, July 1). [News Segment]. PBS Documentary Features UA Researchers. Fayetteville, AR: KNWA-TV. Retrieved from http://www.nwahomepage.com/fulltext-news/d/story/pbs-documentary-features-ua-researchers/42949/NStm45ncG0GQWcCw_3J0Fw
Short Takes: Supply Chain Solutions | University of Arkansas. (2014). University of Arkansas. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulFIRcDMv2E#t=17
Stubberfield, T. (2014a, March 11). Time Scanners: Machu Picchu (NatGeo) [HD]. Machu Picchu, Peru: National Geographic International.
Stubberfield, T. (2014b, April 4). Time Scanners: Egyptian Pyramids (NatGeo) [HD]. Saqqara, Meidum, Dahshur, and Giza, Egypt: National Geographic International.
Stubberfield, T. (2014c, July 1). Time Scanners: Egyptian Pyramids (PBS) [HD]. Saqqara, Meidum, Dahshur, and Giza, Egypt: PBS.
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