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Archaeological Explorations in Shasta Valley, California (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Blossom Hamusek. Eric W. Ritter. Julie Burcell.

The Bureau of Land Management proposed to transfer approximately 4300 acres in eastern Shasta Valley, Siskiyou County to non-federal entities. These lands were were scattered in 17 parcels. Before they were disposed of, intensive (Class Ill) archaeological inventory was completed for these parcels with the exception of one parcel and a portion of a second that were subsequently dropped from the disposal action due to important cultural values. The overall inventory resulted in the...

An Initial Site Assessment of Submerged Naval Aircraft off the Coast of Pensacola, Florida (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hunter W Whitehead. Nicole O Mauro.

Known locally as the U.S. Navy's ‘Cradle of Aviation’, the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida has been a fundamental training ground for U.S. naval aviation since the beginning of the 20th century. During World War II, the U.S. Navy was eager to train as many young pilots as possible. Many of those inexperienced pilots were quickly processed through an accelerated flight-training program. Often aircraft would be lost during training missions and left to sink in the Gulf of Mexico. Available...

Public Monitoring of Maritime Cultural Resources Along Coastal Regions (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Austin L Burkhard.

Historically coastal regions have been some of the most treacherous navigable waterways for mariners due to high wave turbidity, oceanic currents, and meteorological phenomena. As such, the probability of the public encountering the resulting cultural resources is more likely in these areas. These cultural resources found in the constantly changing coastal environment has created the opportunity for the author, working for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, to develop a shipwreck tagging...