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Lukas Zarychta
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Biscayne Shipwrecks: Analysis
  In this module we build up on the previous module to analyze the data. Using Buffers around the known shipwrecks, we found the types of sea floor types related to those ship wrecks. This way we can determine the types of environments that are conducive to...

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Biscayne Shipwrecks - Prepare Week
In this module we are using methods utilized in previous modules to analyze seafloor of Biscayne Bay in search of shipwrecks. Data used for this is somewhat different than for terrestrial analysis. We are using bathymetric data, as well as navigational char...

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Data presented in this file shows
spatial distribution of known Scythian burial mounds. Data also shows random
points in the project area, and the probability of those points being a burial
mound site. Secondary surfaces generated for analysis were slope, a...

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Scythian Landscapes - Analyze Week
In this part of the module we prepared base data for Landscape Modeling of the region. From the raster created last week we created, we created a number of separate data rasters.  Using last week's raster I extrapolated elevation values for the area. I used...

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Scythian Landscapes - Prepare Week
First part of Scythian Landscapes module focused on preparing the data. This involved finding and downloading DEMs of the area, and creating a raster mosaic out of them. Then the mosaic raster was clopped to the provided study area shapefile. Second part of...

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Predictive Modeling
In this module we performed predictive modelling of an area. The model was divided into three site categories, high, medium and low probability. These categories were based on slope and proximity to a waterway. First I created a raster out of a mosaic of sm...

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Finding Pyramids
During week 3 we identified possible pyramid locations in densely forested areas. The map included here shows area surrounding Angkor Wat it Cambodia.  The supervised classification is based on false color infrared base raster image. Considering the base co...

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NDVI False Color measures greenness  of the vegetation. It measures the  difference between the Red and Near  Infrared bands. Lyr 451 depicts healthy vegetation in  shades of reds, browns, oranges and  yellows. Opened, developed areas  appear in shades of w...

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Module 01 - Finding Maya Pyramids: Interpreting Remote Sensing Imagery for Archaeology
In module one we learned to use different combinations of color bands to create aerial images emphasizing various aspects of the image. The top image is false color infrared, combining red, green, and near infrared bands. It is useful for identifying types ...

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Module 10 - Final Research Project
My final project examines increase of catchment area of a community through creation of satellite communities. I examined Monte Alban IIIA and IIIB periods in the area directly around Monte Alban itself. To get the data I needed, surface area statistics, I ...
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