Chinese scientists first discovered foreign Silk Road archaeological sites by remote sensing

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 Chinese scientists first discovered foreign Silk Road archaeological sites by remote sensing


In April 19th, the digital silk road international scientific world heritage plan working group held a The Belt and Road remote sensing archaeology news conference in Tunis Tunisia, announced by the Chinese Academy of Sciences archaeological team of space remote sensing of earth lead researcher Wang Xinyuan, Tunisia, Italy, United scientists in Pakistan, The archaeological discoveries were completed by using space archaeology techniques and methods. The reason why the archaeological target is located in Tunisia, Wang Xinyuan explained that the environment in the middle and south of Tunisia is very similar to the environment in the northwest of China in Gansu, and the preservation conditions of historical sites are similar. In 2013, Wang Xinyuan team used remote sensing technology to discover more than ten archaeological sites in the Gansu Sha Sha section, and made significant archaeological discoveries. The choice of Remote Sensing Archaeology in the southern part of Tunisia is aimed at conducting a comparative study of Remote Sensing Archaeology in the Sino - Tu two area. The reporter learned that remote sensing technology has unique technological advantages and wide application prospects in the archaeological survey of arid areas, and is a new growth point of archaeology development. Remote sensing archaeology can connect the seemingly unrelated remains on the surface of the earth, and play an important role in solving the protection and cognition of large linear remains on large scale and large scale. Wang Xinyuan said that the central and southern parts of Tunisia are located in the desert, with less interference on the surface, which is conducive to remote sensing archaeology to play its unique advantages. The information from the Institute of remote sensing of the Chinese Academy of Sciences also mentioned that the use of remote sensing observation technology, satellite navigation system, geographic information analysis system and other comprehensive techniques, combined with literature analysis and field research, is the first time for Chinese scientists to go out of the country and lead the United States, Europe and non related countries. The study found that with the system to carry out the space of archaeological remains, it will enhance the China scientists in the The Belt and Road to carry out international cooperation along the level of formation, significance of space archaeology a set of techniques and methods of the new paradigm. Source: China Youth Daily editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138 The reporter learned that remote sensing technology has unique technological advantages and wide application prospects in the archaeological survey of arid areas, and is a new growth point of archaeology development. Remote sensing archaeology can connect the seemingly unrelated remains on the surface of the earth, and play an important role in solving the protection and cognition of large linear remains on large scale and large scale. Wang Xinyuan said that the central and southern parts of Tunisia are located in the desert, with less interference on the surface, which is conducive to remote sensing archaeology to play its unique advantages. The information from the Institute of remote sensing of the Chinese Academy of Sciences also mentioned that the use of remote sensing observation technology, satellite navigation system, geographic information analysis system and other comprehensive techniques, combined with literature analysis and field research, is the first time for Chinese scientists to go out of the country and lead the United States, Europe and non related countries. The study found that with the system to carry out the space of archaeological remains, it will enhance the China scientists in the The Belt and Road to carry out international cooperation along the level of formation, significance of space archaeology a set of techniques and methods of the new paradigm.