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This is interwoven with a strong focus on Experimental Archaeology and multi-disiplinarity (Ground Penetrating Radar, Synchrotron radiation, Neutron Tomography, X-ray microscopy [p XRF], GIS, 3D scanning, geochronology; ESR, Cosmogenics, C14, Ar-Ar, U-Th, U-Pb).In 2014 the lab was expanded to include a new facility focusing on Palaeoanthropology and research conducted by the Australian Palaeoanthropology, Palaeontology and Geoarchaeology Field School at the Drimolen hominin site, South Africa.The promoters of the LVFL wanted to have a league that consisted of towns along the Orbost railway line, from Warragul to Sale.

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La Trobe sailed into Sydney on 26 July 1839, with his wife and 2-year-old daughter, for training on procedures. La Trobe bought 12½ acres of land on the fringe of the city, now called Jolimont, at auction at the upset price of £20 an acre; the residents of Melbourne having agreed among themselves not to bid against the superintendent.

Emphasis is given to the evolution of modern people and their social and technical developments with a focus on both Australia and other parts of the world.

In all subjects, attention is given to the techniques and theories that contribute to the study of Archaeology.

It consists of a number of research laboratories that focus on the scientific analysis of the archaeological and hominin record, as well as visualizing and reconstructing past landscapes and environments: THE AUSTRALIAN ARCHAEOMAGNETISM (ARCHAEOPHYSICS) LABORATORY (TAAL) HUMAN EVOLUTION & KARST LANDSCAPES LAB (HEk LL) LA TROBE UNIVERSITY VISUALISATION LAB 2 (Vis Lab 2) History The current facilities were built at LTU since 2011 and was specifically designed for work on archaeological and fossil bearing sites as part of the development of archaeological science, archaeometry and geoarchaeological research and teaching within Archaeology at LTU.

The aim is to have archaeomagnetic analysis used as a common tool on archaeological sites to answer a broad range of questions (sediment sourcing and infill history, ochre and lithic sourcing, stone tool heat treatment, geochronology, environmental reconstructions, geochemistry, geophysical prospection, site formation processes and occupation history, reconstructing fire use and pyrotechnology).