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NCPTT Research, Training & Projects

NCPTT Research, Training & Projects

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An illustrated guide to the kind of work NCPTT is involved in
An illustrated guide to the kind of work NCPTT is involved in

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In April 2010, NCPTToered its frst onlinewebinar rom its head-quarters in Natchitoches,La. The course providedan overview o landscapemaintenance issues andtheir impact on cemeteryhistoric resources. Theinteractive course had morethan 100 viewers and is available or viewing on theNCPTT website.
NCPTT Online Webinars
NCPTT created atraining program onthe technologies usedin archaeology. TheProspection in Depthworkshop has beenheld in Louisiana’sCane River regionand at The Presidio in San Francisco. Technologieslike ground penetrating radar advance archaeologicaldiscovery without disturbing the earth. NCPTT has alsounded several advancements in archaeology technol-ogy including a “powered parachute” that allowsarchaeologists to make discoveries rom the air.
Technologies o Archeology
As part o its grantsprogram, NCPTT undedthe frst commercialtermite bait, the SentriconTermite Colony Elimina-tion System. The SentriconSystem uses a process omonitoring and baiting ortermite activity. This prod-uct has been valuable orthe treatment o historicbuildings and structures.Field trials were held at anumber o National ParkService sites, includingthe Statue o Liberty. Trialswere also conducted in the French Quarter o New Orleanswhere many historic properties were suering rom a severinestation o Formosan subterranean termite. The system hasgone on to become one o the country’s most popular kindso termite protection.
Protecting Historic Buildingsand Structures rom Termites
Research, Training and Projects
NCPTT oers various downloadable training videos in thefeld o preservation, such as:Liting and Hoist-
•
ing Stone GraveMarkersReplacing Trees in
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Historic LandscapesBuilding Dry Stone
•
Retaining WallsApplication and
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Preparation o LimewashPreserving America’s Landscape Legacy
•
Resetting a Stone Grave Marker
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Video Training Series
T
he National Park Service’s National Center orPreservation Technology and Training protectsAmerica’s historic legacy by equipping proes-sionals in the feld o preservation with progressivetechnology-based research and training. Since itsounding in 1994,NCPTT has awardedover $
8
million in grantsor research that ulfllsits mission o advancingthe use o science andtechnology in the feldso archeology, architec-ture, landscape architecture and materials conserva-tion. NCPTT is headquartered at Lee H. Nelson Hall inNatchitoches, La.
NCPTT
 
National Center or Preservation Technology & Trainingwww.ncptt.nps.gov

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