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Progress, problems, and possibilities of GIS in the South Caucasus: an international workshop summary

  • Ian Lindsay (a1), Karen S. Rubinson (a2), Alan F. Greene (a2), Emily Hammer (a3) and Dan Lawrence (a4)...
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In response to increased international collaboration in archaeological research of the South Caucases, a recent workshop has addressed important issues in applying GIS to the study of heavily modified landscapes in the former Soviet republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.

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