Hydraulic Systems and State Development in Early Cambodia: Mapping the Engineered Landscapes of the Khmer Using Remote Sensing [ 2008 - 2010 ]

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Researchers Mr DH Evans

Brief description Due to recent discoveries, Australian research at Angkor, in Cambodia, has gained increasing visibility worldwide. The ARC-funded Greater Angkor Project (Discovery) and Living With Heritage project (Linkage) have produced results of international significance, developed strong long-term partnerships with Cambodian agencies and UNESCO, and have pioneered the large-scale mapping of World Heritage-listed sites using airborne imaging radar systems in collaboration with NASA. This project will extend these partnerships, consolidate Australia's leading position in radar analysis methods, and continue to produce results with global implications for the understanding and management of World Heritage sites.

Funding Amount $265,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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