High-Tech Search for Archaeological Remains at Mid-19th Century House Site in Maryland
Our geophysist, Bob, collecting data in Maryland
EPI Geophysics recently conducted a non-destructive geophysical investigation within a 12-acre parcel of land containing the ruins of a mid-19th century house site in Maryland. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) along with Electromagnetic (EM) Induction data were collected during the geophysical fieldwork.
EPI Geophysics is currently processing the 3-D GPR and EM data collected from the site that will reveal the presence or absence of any potential archaeological features associated with the property.
Archaeological features revealed in the processed geophysical data will help archaeologist plan future areas of excavations at the site.