Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California (Geographic Keyword)

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An Archaeological Collections Inventory for Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California (1999)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Natalie M. Drew. Teresa M. Militello.

Between October 1992 and March 1994, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mandatory Center of Expertise for the Curation and Management of Archaeological Collections (MCX-CMAC), located at the St. Louis District, assisted the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake (NAWS China Lake), California, in their efforts to comply with the directives of federal regulation 36 CFR Part 79 and Public Law 101-601 (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act-NAGPRA). The project was conducted in three...


Archaeological Curation-Needs Assessments for Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Fort Gordon, Georgia, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, California, and Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California (1993)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas B. Meyers. Michael K. Trimble.

This resource contains a report on an assessment of the status of archaeological collections at four installations, representing the major branches of the armed services, that were selected to participate in the curation needs-assessment study. The selected installations were Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base, California; Fort Sill, Oklahoma (Army); Vandenberg Air Force Base, California; and the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California. Fort Gordon, Georgia, was selected initially as the...


IDENTIFICATION AND AMS RADIOCARBON DATING OF CHARCOAL FROM THE ECHO PLAYA TRENCH SITE, CHINA LAKE NAVAL AIR WEAPONS STATION, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

Eleven charcoal samples from a trench at the Echo Playa trench site on the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) in San Bernardino County, California, were submitted for identification and AMS radiocarbon dating. Radiocarbon ages will be used to constrain the timing of paleoearthquakes on the central Garlock fault. The oldest samples are expected to return middle- to late-Holocene ages.