Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit

String grid

A string grid of 1-metre squares placed over the site for overhead photography allowed plotting of artifacts, features, paving stones and antlers. It was removed during excavation. A 7-metre long bipod with attached camera and remote shutter control was used to record the different floors of each hut.

Figure 1 String grid.

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