Conduct 3D Imaging of Prehistoric Rock Art and Historic Inscriptions at Pipe Spring National Monument

Project: Research project

Project Details


The purposes of this project are to obtain baseline condition information of prehistoric rock art and historic inscriptions at Pipe Spring National Monument and provide educational opportunities for NPS staff, college students, and tribal members in the art, techniques, and use of 3D laser imaging in managing cultural resources. 3D laser imaging of identified sites will be conducted and is necessary to produce quality inscription documentation and condition assessment. The final report will identify natural occurrences on the rock and wood surfaces versus human caused.
Effective start/end date7/1/126/30/16


  • DOI: National Park Service (NPS): $26,950.00


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