Antarctica (Geographic Keyword)

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Archaeology by experiment (Japanese translation) (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Morton Coles.

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The Arctic/Sub-arctic strap drill (2006)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Al Cornell. David Wescott.

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Arqueologia Experimental (translation of ”archaeology by experiment” by TORRINHA, Maria Fernanda) (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Morton Coles.

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East Base Historic Monument, Stonington Island, Antarctic Peninsula: Part I: A Guide for Management, Part II: Description of the Cultural Resources and Recommendations (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Catherine Holder Spude. Robert L. Spude.

In October 1989 East Base, Stonington Island, Antarctic Peninsula, was designated as a historic monument under the Antarctic Treaty. The monument was described in the treaty as follows: East Base, Stonington Island (6811S, 67W). Buildings and artifacts and their immediate environs. These structures were erected and used during two U. S. wintering expeditions: the Antarctic Service Expedition (1939-1941) and the Ronne Antarctic Research Expedition (1947-1948). The historic area is 1000 meters in...


Fun with Dick & Jane: Ethnoarchaeology, Circumpolar Toolkits, and Gender "Inequality" (2009)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert Jarvenpa. Hetty Jo Brumbach.

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"Heritage at Risk": Cultural Heritage Management in the Antarctic (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sherrie-lee Evans.

Currently, the greatest threat to Antarctic heritage sites comes not from climate change but from the management of these sites by Antarctic Treaty Consultative Parties (ATCP’s) – in particular, by their implementation of Annex III of the Madrid Protocol. The Protocol generated a political urgency to ‘clean up the environment’ which has increased the risk of damage to cultural resources. While, the cleanup requirements in Annex III stipulate that cleanup should not damage historic items, the...


SCAR Bulletin: Twenty-seventh Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, 24 May-4 June 2004 (2005)
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Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay is one of the principal sites of early human activity in Antarctica. It is the location of the base of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition of 1911-14 organized and led by Dr (later Sir) Douglas Mawson. An important symbol of Antarctic exploration (1895-1917), it is one of only six hut sites remaining from this period. Cape Denison hosted some of the earliest comprehensive studies of Antarctic geology, geography, terrestrial magnetism, astronomy, meteorology,...


Scientific experiments: a possibility? Presenting a cyclical script for experiments in archaeology (2005)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Yvonne M J Lammers-Keijsers. Rüdiger Kelm. Roeland P Paardekooper. Hana Dohnálková. J. Kateřina Dvořáková.

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