GPR class for Archaeological and Other Subsurface Mapping Applications
The 2010 class has unfortunately been cancelled. I am sorry for those of you that were considering taking it. I have had to reevaluate how I will teach GPR in the future to the general public. It will no longer be done through University of Denver. You can contact me by e-mail about the future of teaching GPR. Thanks for understanding.
Many archaeologists have taken it, but also people in geological mapping, engineering applications, utility locating, ground water analysis, hazardous waste and environmental and concrete and aggregate mapping.
taught by Lawrence B. Conyers, Professor of Anthropology and author of the books Ground-penetrating Radar: An Introduction for Archaeologists (1997) and Ground-penetrating radar for Archaeology (2004)
this is a 3 day, very intensive, hands-on class.
Total cost for the class is $150. You must pay your own airfare and lodging while in Denver. With the class you will receive a copy of the GPR book as well as the software and instructions for making three-dimensional maps of buried sites using amplitude time-slices.
To register, contact Larry Conyers at 303-871-2684 or Jeff Quinlisk at 303-871-2677. You may also e-mail Larry Conyers at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jeff at Jeff.Quinlisk@du.edu.
Total class size is limited to 20, so contact us early! We can only hold a seat for you only if you send a check for $150, made out to University of Denver to this address:
Larry Conyers Department of Anthropology University of Denver 2000 E. Asbury St.
Denver, CO 80208