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So far, Casana said, the camera technology has proved a success at arid locations without a lot of vegetation and where the structures are near the surface. 14, 2017 photo, Dartmouth's Chad Hill studies a screen showing data collected by a drone at a the site of a Shaker Village in Enfield, N. Hill and Jesse Casana are using drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras to study a half-dozen archaeological sites around the world.
The cameras use the heat differences between stone and the soil surrounding it to identify structures below the surface, which then can be further explored.
(AP Photo/Michael Casey)It has been more challenging or nearly useless at locations with forest cover or, in the case of Cyprus, where there wasn't a big difference in temperature between the structures and the surrounding soil.'It will enable you to prospect for features and see things you can't see with your eyes and that you often can't see with any other method over gigantic areas very quickly,' he said, adding he plans to deploy the technology at sites in Iraq, Mexico and Hawaii.
But instead of a trowel and shovel, Casana and his Dartmouth College colleague Chad Hill are using a drone equipped with a thermal imaging camera and mapping instruments.
The field is further transforming with the emergence of cheap drones, resulting in several significant discoveries in Asia, South America and the Middle East, including a massive manmade stone platform spotted last year hidden under sand in the ancient city of Petra in Jordan.