The Search for the Hidden Tomb of Genghis Khan – Albert Lin Video Added to GeoEye Website

In the spring of 2008, University of California San Diego (UCSD) research associate Albert Yu-Min Lin initiated a research project using a newly formulated, non-invasive scientific approach to search for the tomb of the legendary Mongolian leader Genghis Khan. Dr. Lin’s extensive training in non-invasive materials imaging, along with his expertise in Mongolian customs and history, and his political position, qualify him as the ideal principal investigator of this monumental three-year project which is currently underway in the “Forbidden Zone” of Northeastern Mongolia. The GeoEye Foundation awarded Dr. Lin’s team a grant of archival, high-resolution IKONOS satellite data which Dr. Lin’s team will use for defining the landscape and creating a baseline of information…

To view Dr. Lin’s address at TEDx MidAtlantic 2010 on You Tube.

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