Recent geophysical investigations at SunWatch Indian Village/Archeological Park in Dayton, Ohio have identified numerous possible features in the unexcavated portions of the site.  The types of features likely to be identified are those that would be expected to produce an identifiable signature in the geophysical data including storage/trash pits, burials (both human and non-human), and possibly structural remnants as well.  These studies have included Ground Penetrating Radar, electrical resistivity, and magnetometry, which have been conducted by both professional and student researchers, and are providing an opportunity to complete the picture of the site without the necessity for further excavation.

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