How we do what we do:
MAPS, SURVEY, LIDAR, GROUND PENETRATING RADAR, AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Bing - Satellite maps and more
Earth sciences Information offices UMASS -- Wetland, topographical, aerial and more
Google Earth - 3D geographic representations
Google maps - Street maps
Historic topographic maps - Maps from the 1890s on
Library of Congress - Historic map collection
Mapquest - Street maps
Mapserver - Nautical as well as land maps
Terraserver - Satellite images and more
Topozone - Topographical maps
USGS - Topographical maps
Yahoo maps - Street maps
Professional surveyor - Journal with archives
Virtual Museum of Surveying - History of surveying and more
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is website maintained by Lund University which lists open access journals. The project defines open access journals as scientific and scholarly journals that meet high quality standards by exercising peer review or editorial quality control and "use a funding model that does not charge readers or their institutions for access.
Guidelines for Evaluating and Documenting Traditional Cultural Properties
Guidelines for Evaluating and Registering Archeological Properties bulletin
Turner Falls Determination of Eligibility Notification
US Radar is a leading manufacturer and distributor of ground penetrating radar (GPR), systems.
Based in Miami, Florida, the Beta Analytic radiocarbon dating lab revolutionized the fields of archaeology and late quaternary geology. Prior to the company’s inception in 1979, radiocarbon dates were scarce and available only through small university laboratories. It took months and sometimes years to obtain carbon dating results. The lab’s commitment to meet the scientific community’s demand for fast yet accurate carbon dating analysis led to immediate success.