UK: New England’s Woody hills and Dale of the colonial era has started to emerge, with the help of archaeologists piercing the forests with the latest in high-tech scanners, LiDAR. LiDAR reveals farm walls, roads and homesteads hidden within Connecticut's Pachaug State Forest. Dating to the 18th Century, the farmsteads were abandoned in the 1950's. A revolution in archaeology has resulted from LiDAR's advent, with scholars making new discoveries by using the technology to look at Maya cities, Stonehenge's plains, and Renaissance palaces, among other places.
Source: National Geographic