This week we are taking part in a short field school project at the Tseriadun site on the Oregon coast. The project is run by Dr. Scott Fitzpatrick of University of Oregon in Eugene, and Dr. Nicholas Jew of California State University San Bernardino. Over the last two years the InTerris Registries database system has been used on several projects here as part of the program.
QLC Inc.'s role in the project will be to digitally map the Tseriadun site, the implementation and set up of the InTerris Registries database system, and the training of students on the system.
Currently we are on Ossabaw island off the coast of Georgia, USA, where we are assisting at the startup of a fieldschool project on the South End site, run by Dr. Victor Thompson and Amanda Roberts Thompson, both from University of Georgia, in Athens, GA. For the last 6 years they have used the InTerris Registries database system (then still ArcheoLINK - Americas) on a multitude of (field) projects.
QLC Inc's role at the project consists of setting up the digital data collection and processing systems using the InTerris Registries database software, as well as the training of the staff and students that will be using the system for the duration of the project.
This week we are on the small Caribbean island of Carriacou in the southern Grenadines and part of Grenada, partaking in the startup of a new project at the Sabazan site. Over the last 14 years several projects across the island, with a major focus on the Grand Bay and Sabazan sites have taken place, and at which the InTerris Registries system (then still ArcheoLINK - Americas) was used to collect, manage and analyze all field, artifact, image and GIS data. The new ‘Carriacou Ecodynamics Archaeology Project’ at the Sabazan site is the start of an intensified investigation under direction of Dr. Christina M. Giovas of Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC, Canada. The new project will focus on both the Amerindian settlement as well as the colonial component that are both present at the Sabazan site location. QLC Inc.'s role at the project will be both the digital mapping at the site as well as the implementation and set up of, and training of people to work with the InTerris Registries system to seamlessly continue the already existing databases from previous years.
Database software for Archaeology. User friendly database software for archaeologists. InTerris registries offers a total solution for storage, management and querying of all data for one or more archaeological projects. The ultimate database software for archaeology whether it is in the field or at...