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One goal of our 2003 geophysical pilot season was to bring together people from all these disciplines to explore unexcavated areas of the Giza Plateau with remote sensing tools. With National Geographic sponsorship and in collaboration with Dr. Zahi Hawass and the Supreme Council of Antiquities, AERA assembled a multi-disciplinary team that included AERA crew members and staff from Tremaine and the University of Birmingham. The Birmingham group carried out radar and magnetometry surveys of part of the areas covered by Tremaine plus a survey of the area north of the Khafre Causeway. Glynn Barrett did a survey of the Menkaure Pyramid and Queen’s Pyramid GI-C using LiDar, a laser scanning technique. In this installment we report only on the Tremaine survey using electromagnetic conductivity.