Lights camera action!

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Filming @NPSSEAC leaders for upcoming #SEAC50 anniversary traveling exhibit. Stay tuned!

Here’s our very own Dr. Guy Prentice under the spot light!

Check out Guy’s 15 Questions with an Archeologist interview here!

2 comments

  1. […] RASP Supervising Archeologist Guy Prentice was reviewing the National Park Service’s Archeological Sites Management and Information System (ASMIS), a database of all known sites in National Parks, when he noticed a number of BLRI site numbers with no associated site forms; nor had information from any reports for the projects that identified the sites been entered into the database or curated in SEAC’s library. […]

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