Fisher consults a handheld GPS device loaded with data from an aerial survey using an imaging technique called lidar. Guided by lidar, scientists can now survey in days site features that would formerly require months to uncover. Lure of the Lost City: Anthropology faculty featured in National GeographicImage of

Lure of the Lost City: Anthropology faculty featured in National Geographic

Chris Fisher, CSU Anthropology faculty, has been featured in a National Geographic article for his work in locating historic sites worldwide.

Fisher will appear on National Geographic Explorer in an episode entitled “Legend of the Monkey God” on Sunday, October 4th at 8/7c.

For more info about the episode visit National Geographic.

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Fisher consults a handheld GPS device loaded with data from an aerial survey using an imaging technique called lidar. Guided by lidar, scientists can now survey in days site features that would formerly require months to uncover.

Fisher consults a handheld GPS device loaded with data from an aerial survey using an imaging technique called lidar. Guided by lidar, scientists can now survey in days site features that would formerly require months to uncover. (Photo Credit: National Geographic)