1 edition of archaeological and stratigraphic assessment of the Stubblefield Lookout Tower Site (35Ha53), Malheur National Wildlife Refuge found in the catalog.
archaeological and stratigraphic assessment of the Stubblefield Lookout Tower Site (35Ha53), Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 1 in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Other titles||Stubblefield Lookout Tower Site (35Ha53), Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Malheur National Wildlife Refuge|
|Statement||Daniel P. Dugas ... [et al.] ; prepared for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in partial fulfillment of contract no. 14-16-0001-91072, work order 4 ; prepared by Intermountain Research.|
|Series||Cultural resource series ;, no. 11, Cultural resource series (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 1) ;, no. 11.|
|Contributions||Dugas, Daniel P., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service., Intermountain Research (Silver City, Nev.)|
|LC Classifications||E78.O6 A72 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||97105328|
The results of the Stage 1 archaeological assessment indicate that large sections of the subject property have a moderate to high potential for archaeological resources. Most of the subject property consists of well drained undisturbed tableland areas that are located within . archaeological assessment, evaluation or excavation, the archaeologist should take into account the nature of standing remains. Conversely where a building, structure or complex is subject to archaeological investigation and recording, the archaeologist should take File Size: KB.
compilation of archaeological research previously conducted in the project area, both published and unpublished (i.e., the grey literature in SHPOs office). National journals (e.g., American Antiquity, Historical Archaeology) and Regional Journals (e.g., Louisiana . evaluate and record an archaeological site with great precision in order to preserve the context of artifacts and features, and they work in teams with many other specialists. A site is divided into sections to help keep track of the location of each find, and a site plan (a map) is .
Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites I. Archaeological Heritage Management II. Archaeological Site Management decision making and management planning for the individual site. Many of the assessment models and criteria have been devised as a tool of Cultural Resource Management, where the. NPS guidance on site assessment and inspection, categories used to record site characteristics, and ASMIS. Field procedures for assessing site condition include a walkover of the entire site with coverage sufficient to ensure that any physical disturbances are detected. These disturbances may include erosion caused by water runoff.
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Daniel Dugas, Robert Elston, Carter, Kathryn Ataman, Margaret Bullock. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 2. Before approving a land development project regulated by legislation, the approval authority for the project requires an archaeological assessment of all lands that are part of the project.
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A technical Stage 2 Archaeological Assessment report detailing the field work, results, analysis and recommendations for further work or no further work is produced and submitted to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport for review.
A letter of concurrence is then issued. What archaeologists do: The site report & what it means to excavate a hard drive Septem Sara Perry Colleen Morgan and I are wrapping up the first chapter of MAD-P (Media Archaeology Drive Project), an experiment in extending archaeological method into the systematised analysis of media objects.
An archaeological site is a place (or group of physical sites) in which evidence of past activity is preserved (either prehistoric or historic or contemporary), and which has been, or may be, investigated using the discipline of archaeology and represents a part of the archaeological may range from those with few or no remains visible above ground, to buildings and other.The Stage 1 archaeological assessment resulted in the determination that the potential for pre-contact Aboriginal and Euro-Canadian sites was deemed to be moderate to high.
As a result, Stage 2 archaeological assessment was recommended for any areas to be impacted by turbine or solar panel construction, access road corridor.An Archaeological Evaluation is frequently required as a condition of planning where intact archaeological remains are known or suspected.
One or more of a range of techniques may be employed to determine the level of archaeological survival and whether there is a need for more detailed investigation.