GIS Mapping in the Research and Inventory of Guarulhos’s Archaeological Heritage (PIPAG).
The archaeological heritage mapping performed by the PIPAG Project
used digital geotechnologies, more specifically the Geographic Information
System (GIS). This article aims to discuss the chosen methodology, but not without
first contextualizing it in terms of the impact, challenge and opportunities it represents considering the growing presence of these technologies in the historian
routine. The account of our experience does not only exemplify the appropriateness
of this technology for research spatialization in terms of the PIPAG, but also
emphasizes its capacity to develop it in a widely synergic manner, as it allows the
articulation among various initiatives and other participating research projects
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