Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference

Tom Whitley, Inna Burns Moore, Gitisha Goel, and Damon Jackson are presenting a paper at the annual meetings of the Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference. The conference will be held March 22 to 26 in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. The paper, titled, “Beyond the Swamp: Settlement Choice, Perception, and Spatial Decision-Making on the Georgia Coastal Plain,” is a cell- based GIS analysis of Late Prehistoric and Early Contact Period Settlement in the coastal zone of Georgia using concepts of perception, social boundaries, and knowledge limitations in the context of adaptations to a seemingly homogenous cultural and ecological landscape.

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