|Researchers in Belize use GIS for data display, visualization, exploration, and generation.|
GIS is an effective tool for all aspects of cave archaeology, from data collection and mapping archaeological sites to managing and visualizing data and preserving valuable resources.
GIS gives you the tools to manage a site, digitize/record each stratum or level as it is removed, manage the data, and understand relationships. From the GIS, you can view layers individually or collectively to compare data and identify spatial relationships.
GIS tools help you create maps and communicate with others, in a secure environment or for publication and education.
Learn how cave and karst organizations use GIS for cave archaeology.
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