Guide

Mesa Verde

Mesa Verde National Park's archaeological sites span over 700 years of Native American history. The renowned cliff dwellings, the height of the Puebloans' architecture, include more than 600 units. With such a wealth of sites to manage, the National Parks Service called on CyArk to emulate current documentation techniques with new digital technologies to demonstrate the advantages and capabilities of high definition survey and documentation.

Country
United States of America
Field Documentation
June 1, 2005
Culture
Anasazi, Ancestral Puebloans
Historical Period
600 CE - 1300 CE
Location
37° 17' 25" N, 108° 27' 14" W
Site Authority
U.S. National Park Service

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