Concept

Site Recorder

Summary
Site Recorder is a geographical information system (GIS) and information management system (IMS) designed for use in maritime, freshwater and intertidal archaeology. Site Recorder can be used on maritime and intertidal archaeology projects for real-time data collection, decision support, publication, archiving and data migration. The program is designed for use by archaeologists rather than GIS experts. Site Recorder can replace the many separate surveying, drawing, finds handing and reporting programs usually used on site. Site plans can be drawn that connect the positions of finds drawn on the plan with the positions of survey points, so the plans adapt and improve as more survey and recording data is added. Site Recorder can be used for all phases of an archaeological project:
  • Excavation recording
  • Site assessment and monitoring
  • Survey planning and recording
  • Publication and reporting
  • Reprocessing existing site data
  • Resource evaluation and management
  • Archiving
  • Tra
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