Rinita Dalan recently received a Spatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations (SPARC) Fieldwork award that provided high resolution RTK GPS equipment (receiver and base station) in conjunction with a multichannel Ground Penetrating Radar survey at the Poverty Point World Heritage Site. SPARC is an NSF-funded program at the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) dedicated to promoting geospatial research in archaeology. Co-PIs on the award are Drs. Diana Greenlee (University of Louisiana Monroe) and Arne Anderson Stamnes (NTNU University Museum, Norway).