The Moundville Archaeological Park of Moundville, Alabama will help promote archaeology to the public in a fun and engaging manner for National Archaeology Day. Click on the image for more information.
Archaeology is being revolutionized by remote-scanning techniques that use lasers to detect otherwise invisible ground features. The technology digitally extracts vegetation for a clean image of the earth's surface. Archaeologists in Germany have already discovered thousands of new sites.
Legacy: Hands on the Past, Center for Archaeological Resarch at The University of Texas at San Antonio will participate in National Archaeology Day 2012 as a Collaborating Organization. Click on the image for more information.
The newest Collaborating Organization for National Archaeology Day, the Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico (OAS), will host an open house on National Archaeology Day. Click on the image for more information.
In honor of National Archaeology Day, Facebook followers of the Indiana Department of Natural Resoruces can "talk" online with Senior Archaeologist and Archaeology Outreach Coordinator Amy Johnson! Click on the image for details.