Clare and Gabby are talking with Dr. Elise Laugier, an archeologist and remote sensing specialist. Find out how she uses drones, satellite imaging, and other amazing technology to discover and preserve history.

About Elise:

Elise Laugier is an environmental archaeologist interested in the role of agriculture in the emergence and maintenance of cities, states, and empires, particularly in Southwest Asia. Her research investigates the complex interplay between past agricultural economies and local environments, focusing on the legacy effects (ecological inheritances) of human landscape modification and the development of new approaches to quantify past land use. Her work integrates a variety of approaches ranging from satellite remote sensing to the analysis of microbotanical remains.

About the No Boundaries Book Club:

Dr. Clare Fieseler and Gabby Salazar are National Geographic Explores and authors of No Boundaries. No Boundaries features 25 women explorers and scientists who protect animals, tell stories, preserve history, and achieve incredible athletic feats.

Join them on this 8-part adventure to hear stories and advice from National Geographic Explorers around the world.

This is the No Boundaries Book Club on the Lenovo EDU Community.

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  • interesting to know how technology helping uncover history sounds bit irony but interesting insights to know. thanks for sharing

  • That's a super interesting topic. It would be great to learn more about this based on a specific project.

  • Pretty enjoyable watch, thank you Slight smile

  • Ground penetrating radar it really a great tool to find things hidden from the normal eye, and not only on open fields but also in dense terrain like a giant forest where you from the sky can cover vast areas.

  • Oh i love this! More like these please