Prinz, T. , Walter, S. , Wieghardt, A. , Karberg, T. and Schreiber, T. (2014) GeoArchaeology Web 2.0: Geospatial Information Services Facilitate New Concepts of Web-Based Data Visualization Strategies in Archaeology-Two Case Studies from Surveys in Sudan (Wadi) and Turkey (Doliche). Archaeological Discovery, 2, 91-106. doi: 10.4236/ad.2014.24011. The surveying, analysis and documentation of ancient infrastructures or settlement sites are often carried out by the additional use of geoinformatic software and tools, i.e. embedded in geoinformation systems (GIS). Since these GIS-methods are usually adjusted to the local use case, the spatial dimensions, coordinates, map projections and file formats differ significantly between individual survey sites and/or archaeological focus. Consequently, the interdisciplinary digital fusion and interactive analysis of such regional varying geodata by collaborating teams of archaeologists are often a quite cumbersome procedure. [...]

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