Archaeological Sensitivity (Other Keyword)

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Buried Archaeological Sensitivity Modeling in the Pacific Northwest (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Shane Sparks. J. Tait Elder. Mathew Sisneros. Melissa Cascella.

ICF assisted the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) with the preparation of a buried archaeological sensitivity model in support of a client-sponsored research project in Seattle, Washington. ICF approached the model development from a statewide scale and employed geologic landform type and soil age as main model inputs. Surface geology data was not available at a large enough scale to support the entire effort so ICF combined national resource conservation soil data...


Making Urban Archaeology Municipal: Mapping Archaeological Sensitivity in Richmond, Virginia (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ellen Chapman.

In the wake of a 2014 city proposal to construct a baseball stadium in the heart of Richmond’s historic slave trading district, the archaeological and historical importance of Virginia’s capitol is receiving unprecedented national, regional, and local attention. This has resulted in increased public and governmental pressure to perform excavations within the city, plan interpretive projects, enhance archaeological protections, and educate the public about their shared archaeological resources....


Stage 1A Cultural Resource Investigations for the Newprt Research Facility (Tanner Hill and Irish Hill) Town of Newport, Herkimer county, New York (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael D. Bamberger.

Stage 1A cultural resource investigations were conducted for the Newport Research Facility located at Tanner and Irish Hills in the Town of Newport, Herkimer County, New York. The Facility was investigated in conjunction with the potential excessing of properties associated with the former Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, New York. The purpose of the investigation at the Newport Research Facility was to locate and identify any unrecorded cultural resources, prehistoric or historic, that might be...