Dr. W. Boone Law, geospatial scientist and archaeologist in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Adelaide.
Hear Dr. Boone Law, geospatial scientist and archaeologist at the University of Adelaide, as he offers a brief overview of how aerial and satellite imaging has been applied to Australian archaeological contexts. He also discusses how modern advances in environmental remote sensing are transforming our understanding of the arid zone archaeological record.
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Dr. W. Boone Law is a geospatial scientist and archaeologist in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Adelaide. His research demonstrates how satellite remote sensing can improve our interpretation of ancient Aboriginal land use practices and archaeological site distribution in Australia’s vast desert regions.
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The 'State Library, Art Gallery, Museum' tram-stop is just outside the State Library. There are bus stops close by near the War Memorial on North Terrace. The closest train station is the Adelaide city station on North Terrace.
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The nearest car park is Wilson's Adelaide Central car park, 225 North Terrace, next to David Jones.
There is paid metered street parking along Kintore Ave and Victoria Drive.
Where is the wheelchair and stroller access?
Access to the Spence Wing first floor and the Mortlock Chamber is via the lift in the glass foyer entrance of the library.
There is on-street disabled parking available in the nearby roads. View more information and maps of Adelaide City Council's Disability parking for permit holders.
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