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The aim of this article is to assess the potential that LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) has for the study of archaeological sites. In doing so, we present our recent research on the site of El Shincal de Quimivil and watershed of the Zapata mountain range, Department of Belén, Province of Catamarca. This is the first research that employs this technology at an archaeological site in the Argentine Republic. LIDAR technology is based on the emission and registration of reflected laser lightdoi:10.34096/arqueologia.t24.n3.5386 fatcat:hfp533tipzbm3khnafb4csgdpm