Natural Geological Heritage Studies are studies that describe the evolution of the earth's crust or the structures formed during its formation, define the shapes / structures that are very rare in nature and have visual beauty. These reports are prepared for the determination or damage detection of a geological sites or geological heritage sites.
Archaegeoology; is a co- working space of Archeology and Geology disciplines.
In addition to the archaeometric methods used to measure the physical and chemical properties of archaeological materials, understanding of archaeological mysteries has become a little easier thanks to the sedimentological and geomorphological Understanding the geological and atmospheric events that changed the course of history with scientific methods, makes an important contribution to archeology.
Archaeological and geological heritage studies are carried out by adhering to legal bases and certain rules. Within the scope of these studies, “Works Based on Conservation and Tourism Purpose Plans” are carried out.
With 3D scans, surveys and replicas of cultural heritage objects and structures can be made. As a result of these scans many advantages are gained in the reconstruction of objects. For example, the analysis of anatomy or deformations by laser scanning and digitizing, the remains such as a skeleton, bone or shell, that Macro Paleontology examines, are facilitated.