2 edition of Archaeological monitoring and architectural documentation found in the catalog.
June 1994, revised December 1994.Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, leaves 73-100).Photographs accompanying Technical report 1 are cataloged separately under call number 979 Ar22t and are available during Photo Room hours.
|Statement||Basin Research Associates|
|Publishers||Basin Research Associates|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|v. 1. Report and appendices v. 2. Technical report 1 : Photographic component / David J. De Vries ; Technical report 2 : Historic and architectural study of excavation site, including City Hall / Michael R. Corbett, Larry L. McDonald, Mary K. Hardy ; Technical report 3 : Description and discussion of skeletal remains / Gary D. Richards.|
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The document also opened the way for greater consideration Archaeological monitoring and architectural documentation the sustainable use of historic buildings and archaeological sites, and thus a wider adoption of maintenance and traditional approaches to site management.
A phased documentation program may often be most cost-effective, in allowing for early termination of work if the desired objectives cannot be achieved. One recent monitoring project involved the removal of aging oil tanks. Archeomagnetism: A Handbook for the Archeologist.
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The Preservation of Archaeological Remains In Situ PARIS conferences have highlighted approaches to reburial and issues regarding the importance of long-term monitoring, either directly or through proxies. Regulatory review and coordination including NHPA Section 106 and NYSHPA Section 14.
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Relationship of archeological documentation to other types of documentation or other treatments: Archeological documentation is appropriate for achieving any of various goals, including: Documentation Plan Research Design: Archeological documentation can be carried out only after defining explicit goals and a methodology for reaching them.
Data has been used extensively by other CRM projects and in various academic publications. Information and data concerning intra-site structure may be needed for developing mitigation strategies and are appropriately integrated at this level of planning.
He has worked in a supervisory capacity for archaeological projects across western Colorado, northern New Mexico, Arizona, the Navajo Nation, and the larger Four Corners region.