The results of the 2012 KALC lidar mission will be released here on the same day as the publication of our first scientific paper, which is co-authored by 17 researchers from the eight institutions of our consortium: the APSARA National Authority (Lead Government Partner), the University of Sydney (Lead Technical Partner), the École française d'Extrême-Orient (Lead Administrative Partner), the Société Concessionaire d'Aéroport, the Hungarian Indochina Corporation, Japan-APSARA Safeguarding Angkor, the Archaeology and Development Foundation, and the World Monuments Fund.
That paper will appear in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, and we anticipate a publication date in the second half of June 2013. Media outlets can ontain pre-press copies of the paper, including graphics, by directing requests for PNAS Manuscript 2013-06539 (including SI Figures) to the PNAS Media and Communications Office.
In the meantime, please direct general enquiries relating to the lidar program to the PNAS Media and Communications Office or to one or more of the following co-authors:
Enquiries relating specifically to the lidar coverage of the Phnom Kulen region ("Mahendraparvata") can be directed to: