N.H. archaeologists use drones, heat vision to scope out sites

Drones have made it easier for Dartmouth’s Jesse Casana to do interesting archaeology, including finding things long hidden at the Shaker Village site in Enfield, but there’s a part of him which is just a little bit sorry.

“It feels like cheating a little,” admitted Casana, a professor of archaeology in the school’s department of anthropology.

Besides, he misses the kite. “I got really good at flying the kite.”

Kite? Yes, and balloons, too.

Read the article in the Concord Monitor.