Wed, Mar 22|
Historical Grave Detection - Sutherlin, Oregon
Based on 20 years of research and work to create a reliable non-invasive archaeological survey method.
Time & Location
Mar 22, 9:00 AM PDT – Mar 26, 2:00 PM PDT
About the event
This course has been designed from 20 years of research and work conducted by Paul S. Martin, M.A., an archaeologicalanthropologist and K9 handler, on developing a reliable systematic non-invasive survey method that can be deployed in the archaeological survey setting and partnered with shallow surface geophysical surveys.
Participants will work to develop enhanced systemic survey techniques with the canines, while the canines are pushed to understanding lower odor concentrations while developing lower threshold responsiveness.
Participants will learn how the application of pressure can negatively impact their canines results and when to apply resets within the working environment.
Participants will learn how to systematically and reliably train and reinforce the TFR in this environment.
Participants will learn to partner GPS technology with their canine work to accurately reflect the work completed in the field while write professional reports and producing maps
Working positions will be limited to 10 participants and unlimited observers. More information will be coming in the weeks to come. Participants will be able to purchase products from www.sharpk9products.com at a discount.