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Development of DoD Guidance for Archaeological Site Monitoring and Condition Assessments (Legacy 09-442)
PROJECT Uploaded by: Courtney Williams

Monitoring the condition of archaeological sites is required under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Article 15 of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, and Executive Order 13287; however, this responsibility is often overlooked in favor of funding the identification and evaluation of archaeological resources. This project presents best management practices to ensure consistent data collection and to aid in prioritizing future site treatment actions, and tools to...


Development of DoD Guidance for Archaeological Site Monitoring and Condition Assessments - Report (Legacy 09-442) (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Versar, Inc..

Monitoring the condition of archaeological sites is required under Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Article 15 of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act, and Executive Order 13287; however, this responsibility is often overlooked in favor of funding the identification and evaluation of archaeological resources. This report presents best management practices to ensure consistent data collection and to aid in prioritizing future site treatment actions, and tools to...


H.L. Hunley Site Assessment (Legacy 97-106)
PROJECT Uploaded by: Courtney Williams

This report discusses the survey operations conducted over the area using nondestructive remote sensing instrumentation, excavation procedures, analyses of cultural materials recovered or observed in situ and the associated contextual environment. It also presents the rationale for recommended site-treatment options.


H.L. Hunley Site Assessment - Report, 1998 (Legacy 97-106) (1998)
DOCUMENT Full-Text National Park Service. Naval Historical Center. South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.

This report discusses the survey operations conducted over the area using nondestructive remote sensing instrumentation, excavation procedures, analyses of cultural materials recovered or observed in situ and the associated contextual environment. It also presents the rationale for recommended site-treatment options.


Prioritizing Site Treatment Actions (Legacy 10-122) (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Brian Crane. Christopher Bowen. Laurie Paonessa. Eric Griffitts. Dennis Knepper. Bernard Means.

Building on the results of Legacy project #09-442 (recommended procedures for a program of archaeological site condition monitoring), this project developed site treatment protocols designed to prevent further deterioration of sites on DoD lands. In addition to typical site treatments such as stabilization, burial, or mitigation through excavation, this report examines landscaping around sites to change erosion patterns or divert pedestrian traffic, as well as education programs or enhanced site...


Prioritizing Site Treatment Actions (Legacy 10-122)
PROJECT Brian Crane.

Building on the results of Legacy project #09-442 (recommended procedures for a program of archaeological site condition monitoring), this project developed site treatment protocols designed to prevent further deterioration of sites on Department of Defense (DoD) lands. In addition to typical site treatments such as stabilization, burial, or mitigation through excavation, the project's report examines landscaping around sites to change erosion patterns or divert pedestrian traffic, as well as...