by Parcak, Sarah H. (Author)
"A down-and-out so-and-so gets more than she bargained for when new technologies developed for use in space allow an anthropologist a new perspective on earth's ancient histories and new ways of coping with those"-- Full description
The house of wisdom : how Arabic science saved ancient knowledge and gave us the Renaissance
Finders keepers : a tale of archaeological plunder and obsession
The great unknown : seven journeys to the frontiers of science
Reality is not what it seems : the journey to quantum gravity
Mapping the heavens : the radical scientific ideas that reveal the cosmos
Lives in ruins : archaeologists and the seductive lure of human rubble
Einstein's shadow : a black hole, a band of astronomers, and the quest to see the unseeable
To explain the world : the discovery of modern science
The discovery of Middle Earth : mapping the lost world of the Celts
Dark matter and the dinosaurs : the astounding interconnectedness of the universe
Accessory to war : the unspoken alliance between astrophysics and the military
Light of the stars : alien worlds and the fate of the Earth
Accessory to war the unspoken alliance between astrophysics and the military
> Remote sensing.
Artificial satellites in remote sensing.
Aerial photography in archaeology.
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