Pastor Fábrega-Álvarez MA
Pastor Fábrega-Álvarez (Ourense, 1978; MA, 2003, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain). Technical staff member at the Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio (Institute of Heritage Sciences) (Incipit), Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (Spanish National Research Council) (CSIC) in Spain. His fields of interest are the design of methodologies for analyzing and managing archaeological heritage from a geographic and landscape perspective. More specifically, his work is focused on the use of geospatial technologies such as GIS, Remote Sensing and 3D representation techniques for the analysis of the archaeological record.
Recently, he has been involved in projects like SPATRIAL and CHARM, which aim to develop conceptual and spatial models of cultural heritage. He has been member of the Spanish Spatial Data Infraestructures Working Group. He has also participated in projects and initiatives related to the archaeological study of ancient landscapes, such as ArchaeoLandscapes Europe and Agriculture and Empire in the High Altitude Atacama Desert (Chile)
On all those subjects he has published different contributions in books, conference proceedings and papers in national and international scientific journals.
Books by Pastor Fábrega-Álvarez
Archaeology and Geomatics
Harvesting the benefits of 10 years of training in the Iberian Peninsula (2006-2015)
Edited by Victorino Mayoral Herrera, César Parcero-Oubiña & Pastor Fábrega-Álvarez | Forthcoming
Digital technologies have numerous applications in archaeology ranging from the documentation of the archaeological evidence and the analysis of research data to the presentation of...