Cambodian Archeological Lidar Initiative (CALI)Important resource for Angkor researchers, the LIDAR 2015 campaign is hereby presented with an ongoing discussion around its major discoveries.
Designs of Kings and Farmers: Landscape Systems of the Greater Angkor Urban Complex
Centralized and decentralized land management in Ancient Angkor
Diachronic modeling of the population within the medieval Greater Angkor Region settlement complex
The first systematic and multidisciplinary study on demographics in Angkor, concluding that population reached 700 to 900,000 inhabitants at its peak.
Mahendraparvata: The City on The Hill
Probably the major archeological finding for the year 2019, result of a 20-year prospection on Phnom Kulen Plateau.
Temple Occupation and The Tempo of Collapse at Angkor Wat
Ground occupation and industrial activity as indicators for the timing of the decline and fall of Angkor as a regional...
The Angkorian city: From Hariharalaya to Yashodharapura
An exhaustive update on contemporary archaelogical finds, and what we do know about the urbanistic development of the Angkorian city.
The LiDAR campaign detailed by Damian Evans
Airborne Light Detecting & Ranging over Angkor site and surroundings
The Lost City of Cambodia: Mahendraparvata
Lidar exploration shows a "template of Angkor Wat" high on the Phnom Kulen plateau.