Archaeology and ESRI
A day and a half of programs have been planned at the ESRI User Conference on different topics related to GIS and archaeology. The User Conference happens once a year in San Diego. This year the dates are June 18-22nd with the archaeology talks featured on Tuesday, June 19th and the morning of June 20th. Topics include integration and visualization of data, GIS analysis tools and methods, two sessions on geodatabases and data management, and the user group meeting. The ESRI conference is not cheap. The cost is $425 per day or $495 for all days as an educational participant. (Stanford gets a number of free passes to the UC each year because of our site license. These have already been distributed for 2007. Keep it in mind for 2008.) The conference papers, if submitted are posted online after each conference. I’ll keep an eye out for them.