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Day 9: More Georeference Points

Posted on June 11, 2013 by Cole Anwyl Walters

Today Courtney and UAV Team and I all hiked out to collect more georeference points to add to our collection from day one of field work. From the start, we collected base camp points and moved on to major road intersections, movie props and cattle infrastructure throughout the remainder of the valley. This became particularly […]

 

Kualoa Ranch Field Work!

Posted on June 10, 2013 by Carl Lipo

We began field work today. Students spent the first part of the morning discussing and constructing data dictionaries for GPS mapping. Each group has an assigned topic that is their area of focus: hydrology, geology, archaeology, topography, bare earth coverage, vegetation. These groups will be generating data for the study area that will for basemaps […]

 

The 2013 Field Season Begins!

Posted on June 10, 2013 by Carl Lipo

  We did our first day of “field” activities yesterday. Terry Hunt came to the Tradewinds Ranch house and gave us an intro lecture on the archaeology of the Pacific and an introduction to Hawaiian prehistory.  Then, we went out to Kualoa Ranch.  David Morgan met us with his daughter and kindly took us on […]

 

2012 GRAM Program is done! Get ready for 2013!

Posted on July 8, 2012 by Carl Lipo

The 2012 GRAM program on Kauai completed this past Saturday with a poster session that showcased all of the students’ research projects.  We will post a photo gallery of that event shortly. If you are interested in reading more about the research projects, please see the project groups using the links on the left hand […]

 

Acceptance notifications are coming!

Posted on March 19, 2012 by admin

We are finalizing our list of individuals who will be accepted to this summer’s GRAM program.  For those who are not accepted, please understand that we had many applicants and had to make some tough decisions .  Please consider applying next year if you have not graduated.

 

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