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Open Source Archaeology by Ben Edwards, Andrew T. Wilson

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Joshua Wells, Christopher Parr and Stephen Yerka

Joshua Wells: Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, USA

Christopher Parr: Virginia Department of Military Affairs,Virginia, USA

Stephen Yerka: University of Tennessee, Tennessee, USA

9 Archaeological Experiences with Free and Open Source Geographic Information Systems and Geospatial Freeware: Implementation and Usage Examples in the Compliance, Education, and Research Sectors

9.1  Introduction

Geographic information systems (GIS) have today become a recognizably standard series of tools within the archaeologist’s kit. The continued proliferation of relatively-cheaper computing power worldwide has meant that the number of hardware, operating system, and software limitations to GIS utilization ...

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