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Abstract

Students of the Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE), a field-based educational<br>program in applied geophysical methods, studied the 60-acre San Marcos Pueblo archaeological site in<br>northern New Mexico as part of an ongoing geophysical investigation. In 2008 ground penetrating radar<br>(GPR), seismic refraction, electromagnetic and magnetic surveys focused on parts of the pueblo in use<br>during the early colonial period, prior to the pueblo revolt in 1680 when the population of the pueblo<br>approached its peak.

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2009-03-29
2021-01-23
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