I was interviewing Dr. David Moore, the Warren Wilson College archaeology professor who is leading the dig at the site of Fort San Juan, when one of his students uncovered a piece of Spanish pottery.
UNC-TV Science Week In Review: October 17, 2013
The Wide World of Science
Camera traps provide pretty basic information. Biologists use the images to confirm what animals live in a given area. There is photographic proof, along with the date/time stamp, that an animal was in a specific place, at a specific time and on a specific date.
And while any photograph is cool, if it happens to be of an animal that is endangered or difficult to spot, the picture becomes even more valuable.
But while the research is new, the irony is that the use of camera traps really isn’t.
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I wasn’t quite sure what to say when William Brown, the North Carolina Museum of Art’s Chief Curator, asked me if I wanted to hold the painting that was the subject of our story.
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