Ground-penetrating radar requires sensitive work, and more experts to use it

Finding unmarked graves and identifying the remains of residential school students is painstaking work, both technically and emotionally. Few people are trained to do it. Dawna Friesen speaks with University of Alberta archaeologist Kisha Supernant about the use of ground-penetrating radar to find the graves of Indigenous children, and how the technology will be used more often.

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