research data . Dataset . 2018

Identified Charcoal Hearths From "Slope Analysis Of 'Digital Elevation Model For Blue Mountain Charcoal Research Project'"

Carter, Benjamin;
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  • Published: 25 May 2018
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
This GEOJSON file contains points identified as potential charcoal hearths. These were identified largely through the visual scanning of "Slope Analysis of 'Digital Elevation Model for Blue Mountain Charcoal Research Project'" (DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1252977 ) which was visualized using the defaults settings (i.e., using a gray scale where black represents low slope and white steep slope) in QGIS (Version 2.14.18). Charcoal hearths are immediately apparent on sloped terrain. Charcoal hearths are approximately 10-15 meters round areas that are flat and level. This means that on steep slopes (visualized as white or light gray) these areas (visualize...
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free text keywords: LiDAR, charcoal, iron production, airborne laser scanning, archaeology, Pennsylvania
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