As detailed in the last blog post, during the Alexandria Project we are collecting quite a bit of different data, and these data are helping us address our project goals and research questions. One of the primary goals of the Alexandria Project is to preserve the Lower Pecos rock art sites for future generations because many of the pictographs are deteriorating due to age (up to 4,000 years old) and natural weathering.
- Science in Translation Part III: pXRF, Pigments, and Pebbles, Oh My!
- Science in Translation Part II: X-Ray Blasts that Highlight the Distant Past
- Science in Translation Part I: What is Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy?
- Keep Calm and Love Plasma Oxidation
- Rock Art Exhibit for Public Archaeology Week