Tad Britt, RPA will present Archeology and Preservation: Focusing on the Future for the Northwest Louisiana Archaeological Society. Britt, Chief of Archeology at the National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation, Technology, and Training (NCPTT), has over 25 years experience practicing as an archeologist and has spent the last four years at the Center. NCPTT brings innovation to preservation by using the latest advances in science and technology by providing tools, training, and techniques to improve cultural resources management. Britt will discuss his work as a non-traditional archeologist, focusing on cutting-edge technologies and methodologies. His work takes him across the United States where he has developed archeological modeling and implemented site surveillance technologies. He manages NCPTT grants geared toward innovative techniques and distributes the results and findings. And, he conducts a variety of workshops and educational opportunities ranging from geomorphology for archeologists, metal detecting, modeling, site recordation, to compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
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