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Archeological Survey of Husky Oil-81 Brooks Federal 9-33 Access Road Upgrade in Carbon, Emery, and Sanpete Counties, Utah (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Asa S. Nielson.

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Chapter 12 From Anthropological Investigations Near Crest of the Continent, 1975-1978; Vol. III, Charcoal Making: a Shady Industry (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William G. Buckels.

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Cultural Resource Inventory of the Majic Circle Cottonwood Wash Project in Uintah County, Eastern Utah (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charmaine Thompson.

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Defining Success in Public Archaeology Evaluation (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tyler Smith. Keilani Hernandez. Laura Clark. Samantha Seals.

There are few public archaeology outreach programs around the nation with concise or overarching programming standards and currently minimal data on the effectiveness of these programs (Kirkland & Carr, 2010). As organizations focus on meaningful impact with the public in terms of what are participants’ motivation for attending, perceptions of the programs, and variables affecting their appreciation, and perceptions of archaeology, they can improve their quality. Illustrations from case studies...


Evaluation of the Impacts of Archaeological Resources and a Recommended Program of Mitigation (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul R. Nickens.

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Impact of Rising Sea Levels on Native American Cultural Sites in Southern California (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeannine Pedersen. Jere H. Lipps.

Humans arrived in Southern California about 13,000 years ago, shortly after sea level began rising following the last glaciation. Most of their sites along the shoreline of the time have been inundated and are unknown. Now hundreds of remaining sites on-shore are threatened, or will be threatened, in the foreseeable future by rising sea levels. A survey of prehistoric and historic human site elevations in Southern California reveals the 1.4 m rise in sea level expected in 2100 due only to the...


Making the Most of Field Schools: Education, Training, and Experiential Learning in Historical Archaeology (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Danny Zborover. Ran Boytner. Breann Hall Hernandez. Miriam Bar-Zemer.

This is an abstract from the "Reflections, Practice, and Ethics in Historical Archaeology" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. In the spirit of this year’s conference theme, this paper reflects on the long-standing tradition of field schools. How are historical archaeology field schools similar to-- and how are they different from-- other type of archaeological field schools? Drawing from cumulative quantitative and qualitative data collected by the...


Preliminary Draft Environmental State for Proposed Release of Siberian Ibex, Ladron Mountain, Socorro County, New Mexico (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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Public Archaeology Evaluation Implementation (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Laura Clark.

The greatest potential in supporting a person’s learning process is using evaluation and assessment.  There has been a lack of research into whether Public Archeology programming is currently effective at achieving the desired benefits. As increasing enrollments in educational programs continues, assessment tools to evaluate education policy and practice will become more vital to ensure quality education. Evaluation can answer questions about who is coming to programs (looters) and what they are...


Report On the Vandalism of Three Archeological Sites On Little Creek Mountain, Washington County, Utah (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gardiner Dalley.

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Significance Testing of Eleven Sites in Cottonwood Creek, Emery County, Utah for the Utah Power and Light Company (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lorna Cameron.

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Test of the Impact of Pinyon-Juniper Chaining On Archeological Sites (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Evan DeBloois. D. Green. H. Wylie.

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To What End? Assessing the Impact of Public Archaeology in a Campaign Against Gentrification (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tracy H. Jenkins.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Community Archaeology in 2020: Conventional or Revolutionary?" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. As archaeologists, we believe and hope that our work with and on behalf of communities with ties to the sites we study makes a positive difference in those communities' lives. Sometimes those impacts can be difficult to discern in a tangible way. In 2012, residents of The Hill neighborhood in Easton, Maryland, and...


Value and Impact: The New Philanthropy and Funding Archaeology (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter Gould.

In an era of globally declining government funding for culture, including archaeology and heritage, the philanthropic sector will loom increasingly important to funding this discipline. Major philanthropic organizations and individual philanthropists increasingly are seeking to define and measure the impact of the causes they fund. That "impact" may be social, economic, political or cultural, but in all cases the essential element is a set of clearly defined impact metrics. This change in...