CRGIS works on projects that illustrate how GIS and GPS can better illustrate cultural resources, provide increased access to sites and allow users to engage in dynamic analysis of sites. Projects range from documentation of resources, such as engineering features and structures and large landscapes, to using GIS and GPS to help inventory cultural resources. CRGIS explores the use of all forms of spatial technologies related to geographically representing cultural resources, providing better visualization, analysis and resource protection/planning tools.
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