Paleoimaging: Field Applications for Cultural Remains and Artifacts is a work intended to describe the strengths and limitations of imaging applications in varied nontraditional field settings. The text offers methodological and procedural standards for the application of these modalities as well as standards for interpretation of the collected data. The authors hope that this text will contribute to those researchers who desire to employ paleoimaging in their research projects. The text intends to contribute to the growing field of mummy science studies. The potential contribution of this work rests in the concept that the interpretation and understanding of ancient cultures can only be as good as the data collected.
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