I found a really interesting article just recently. Since we had had a class discussion on the use of drones in archaeology, I went looking a bit further. I found a few examples from across the world where aerial photographs, drone videos, and satellite imagery have been used to document sites without disturbing them. This article states "look but don't touch", an idea that to me is an interesting possibility. I wonder if these ways of collecting information and documenting archaeological sites can be done in a place likes Ontario where there has been damage done from ploughing and development. I did like Josh's talk where we looked at the possibility of using drones on an active archaeological sites, and think this is something I need to look into further as well!