Archaeological testing, Phase II, of the Irrigon (Patterson) Fish Hatchery project area, Irrigon, Oregon, June 1982 by Daniel G. Landis Download PDF EPUB FB2
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Archaeological Testing, Phase II, of the Irrigon (Patterson) Fish Hatchery Project Area, Irrigon, Oregon. Daniel G. Landis. Reports In Archaeology and History,1. Cheney, WA: Eastern Washington University.
(tDAR id: ). Phase II used 1' square shovel tests (18"") at 25' intervals and soil auguring (1' deep, at 5' intervals, in blocks 25 feet square).
For each site, Knick provides a chart showing the scale outline of the site, the shovel test and soil auger points, and (where possible), the area of greatest density of surface artifacts. Introduction.
Phase II archaeological investigation is conducted in order to test or evaluate an archaeological site’s eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). In order to facilitate the evaluation process, specific information should be recovered during a Phase II investigation.
This information may include, but is not limited to: evaluating areas of. Get this from a library. Phase II archaeological testing of 80K61 Hurlburt Field, Florida.
[Todd McMakin; Bobby Southerlin; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Mobile District.; Brockington and Associates.; Nakata Planning Group.]. The El Paso Loop Archaeological Project book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. containing additional significant archaeological deposits.
Further work beyond the testing phase was recommended for 3MS and was accomplished under modification of the agreement for testing. All three sites of the Irrigon book evidence of occupation during the Woodland and Mississippian prehistoric periods.
During Phase I and II investigations, deep testing is conducted to determine the presence, absence, and nature of buried archaeological deposits. A variety of deep testing methods and techniques may be used, including backhoe trenching, hand-augering, truck-mounted borings to remove intact soil cores, and the examination of cut-bank profiles.
Phase II testing may then be necessary to further evaluate the archaeological site's significance and eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places. Phase II testing usually includes a research program that involves the excavation of small test unit excavations (often 1 meter by 1 meter in size) across the site area.
Archaeology is the study of people in the past, their activities and actions, cultural practices, tools and technological development, and in some cases (where possible) their superstitious and religious practices, expression of their cultural identity and other beliefs.
Technical Report No. 26 – The Projectile Point Classification Project (Phase II) • I. Randolph Daniel, Jr. and R.P. Stephen Davis, Jr. () RLA Miscellaneous Reports These reports discuss the findings of archaeological survey, testing, and excavations undertaken by the RLA between and CRM Phase II: Test Units Posted on August 1, by archaeologicalunderground • Leave a comment If it is determined that the land surveyed during CRM Phase I may be of some cultural significance, Phase II testing may be conducted.
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Phase II archaeological testing of site 23HE, proposed borrow area, Highway 7. An Archaeological Survey Road Construction Right‐of‐Way Block II – Navajo Indian Irrigation Project Christina G.
Allen ‐52 PDF available for scan, disk, USB An Archaeological Survey of Approximately Acres Located Near Marquez, New Mexico. The initial phase, which began Ap and concluded July 1,coincided with the university’s summer archaeological field school and involved comprehensive topographic mapping of the site surface and surrounding area, sampling the site through systematic metal detection survey, remote sensing, systematic soil auger testing, test and.
Introduction. What is a Phase I Cultural Resource Investigation. “The primary goals of Phase I Cultural Resource Investigations are to identify archaeologically sensitive areas, cultural/sacred areas, and standing structures that are at least 50 years old, that may be affected by a proposed project and to locate all prehistoric and historic cultural/archaeological resources that may exist.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Michael C. Meinkoth Joe Mickes, Richard D. Breitenstein. Phase II testing was conducted to provide a definitive NRHP recommendation. Considering the frequency of lithic scatters in Dougherty County, and the lack of diagnostic artifacts and subsurface cultural features at 9DU, it is unlikely that 9DU could add new or significant information to the archaeological record.
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An Archaeological Survey and Assessment of Chert Extraction Sites in the Vicinity of Peoria Quarry, Ottawa County, Oklahoma () The Hill and the Kill: National Register Testing of 34EL and 34EL, Ellis County, Oklahoma. Archeological Resource Survey Report No.
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Phase I cultural resources survey of the Schulte and Second Creek bridge replacements and Route 50 relocation, Gasconade County, and phase II archaeological testing of site 23GA and 23GA [Robert N Hunter; David B Crampton; David C Austin; Randall D Dawdy; Missouri.
Highway and Transportation Department.; United States. Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Proposed Improvements to Route and the Results of Phase II Testing on Archaeological Site 23PO, Polk County, Missouri.
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Volume I Joe Mickes, Richard D. Breitenstein, Michael C. Meinkoth. As a work dealing with key concepts, this book does not set out to be a manual of archaeological method, nor an introduction to the application of scientific techniques in archaeology.
But the editors are clearly aware that theory and method cannot be separated: they feed upon each other (Renfrew and Bahn ). So we have tried also to. Archaeological Testing for the Mission Road Realignment Project, Phase II, at Mission Concepcion, San Antonio, Texas.
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Scope and Contents Consists of one (1) copy of the publication, Phase I(c) Archaeological Survey and Phase II Archaeological Site Investigation Report (RIDOT Archaeology Series No.
) for the Warwick-East Greenwich Bicycle Network in Warwick and East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Remote sensing was utilized in the Phase II Cultural Resources Investigation for this project in lieu of extensive excavations.
The purpose of the present report is to compare the costs and benefits of the use of remote sensing to the hypothetical use of traditional excavation methods for this project. Estimates for this hypothetical situation are based on the project archaeologist's.
Register potential. The survey may utilize targeted geomorphological testing in areas likely to feature deeply buried archaeological evidence. Archaeological sites determined to have National Register potential will require formal Phase II testing.
Task 3: Technical reports on the Phase I and Phase II investigations will be prepared in.Integrating epistemological issues with methods of data collection and the role and impact of digital technology on archaeological work, the book explores digital data in order to comprehend its role in shaping meaning and understanding in archaeological excavation.
Part II - Analysis pp Get access. Check if you have access via.She has conducted investigations and assessments for archaeological, historic, and paleontological resources for CEQA and NEPA compliance including Phase I Archaeological Surveys, Phase II Testing, and Phase III Mitigation Studies for several government entities and other agencies.