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EPI Geophysics at Red Bank Battlefield Park

EPI Geophysics recently undertook a non-destructive geophysical investigation at the Red Bank Battlefield Park in New Jersey. This site, known for the battle of Fort Mercer during the American Revolutionary War, holds both historical and archaeological significance. Our mission was to identify any remnants associated with the fort and the battle that unfolded on October 22, 1777, against British and Hessian forces.

During the geophysical fieldwork, Rowan University archaeological field school students were introduced to the use of geophysics in archaeology. The students assisted with the collection of 3-D GPR grid data within the project area. Potential archaeological features discovered during the geophysical survey will help archaeologists plan future areas of excavations at the site.

As leaders in the field of geophysical investigations, EPI Geophysics continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, blending technological innovation with a deep respect for history. Our work at Red Bank Battlefield Park is just one example of how we apply our expertise to solve complex challenges, demonstrating our role as indispensable partners in the field of archaeology and beyond.

Embark on a journey of discovery with EPI Geophysics. Whether it's revealing the secrets of historical sites or providing critical insights for your projects, our expert team is ready to guide you. Contact us now for a free quote, and let's uncover the stories waiting beneath the surface together.

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