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Archaeological Investigations At CA-MER-27, the First California Site For Which Total Coverage With Soil Has Been Agreed To As Partial Mitigation (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter M. Jensen.

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Archaeology By the Bureau of Land Management in Alaska (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert E. King.

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EL REGISTRO DE LOS MONUMENTOS ARQUEOLÓGICOS COMO UNA FORMA DE PROTECCIÓN (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Maribel Piña Calva. Pedro Francisco Sánchez Nava.

El registro de los monumentos arqueológicos, muebles e inmuebles, que de acuerdo con la legislación mexicana vigente, son patrimonio de la nación, implica, amén de un ejercicio académico, un instrumento legal de protección, en tanto que significa el reconocimiento de la existencia física de dichos bienes patrimoniales, a través de su inscripción en un Registro Público. Esta tarea, iniciada hace más de setenta y cinco años, está encomendada al Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH),...


Going Green: Using Environmental Protections to Safeguard the Underwater Cultural Heritage (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Barry Bleichner.

The Caribbean Sea is host to a significant number of colonial-era wrecks and has historically been a prime hunting spot for commercial salvors.  Frequently, salvage of this underwater cultural heritage (UCH) occurred with the blessing of the governing authority or was implicitly endorsed by the courts determining proprietary rights.  Many wrecks are located in ecologically-sensitive areas, however, or serve as substrate for the growth of new underwater habitat.  As such, the wreck sites may...


Guidelines for the Organization of Archeological Site Stabilization Projects: a Modeled Approach (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert M. Thorne.

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Having Our Cake…..and Sharing It - Access to Historic Shipwrecks in Malta (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timmy Gambin.

This is an abstract from the "Current Research in Maritime Archaeology" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. One of the main principles of UNESCO’s Convention on Underwater Cultural Heritage contains the statement that the "convention encourages scientific research and public access." This is an idealistic philosophy fraught with impracticalities and other pitfalls. The fact that the vast majority of humans do not dive has pushed some scientists to...


Historic Property Protection and Preservation at US Army Corps of Engineers Projects (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roger D. Grosser.

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Landmark Issues in Historical Archaeology (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Vergil E. Noble.

This poster outlines the general process for nominating archaeological sites as National Historic Landmarks and compares the NHL program with the better-known National Register program.


PANYC: The Why, The Then, And The Now (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joan H. Geismar.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Advocacy in Archaeology: Thoughts from the Urban Frontier" , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Forty years ago, seventeen New York City archaeologists met on a cold Saturday afternoon in an unheated New York University classroom to form a new organization. The organizers were three local archaeology professors and the participants included their graduate students (I among them) and archaeological professionals....


Protecting Historic Structures during Wildfires (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Linn Gassaway.

The increased wildfire activity in Western North America is endangering most if not all historic and prehistoric archaeological sites on American's public lands. This paper looks at how archaeologist can work with fire fighters during these emergencies to protect the most susceptible sites, historic structures and wooden buildings and structures to fire, and how to plan for such event and what steps are needed to best protect these sites during a fire event.


Protection of Cultural Heritage: The Case of Yaxcabá and Yaxunah, Yucatán (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Vania Carrillo Bosch. Aline Magnoni. Travis Stanton.

The objective of the paper is to present and compare the notions held by the contemporary residents of the town of Yaxcabá, the municipality’s head, and the village of Yaxunah in Central Yucatán, about the protection and conservation of the archaeological sites on their lands. Even though Yaxcabá and Yaxunah are less than 20 km apart, these two population centers display social, political, and economic differences and have been influenced by varying amounts of exposure to archaeological...


THE REGISTRY SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION FOR THE HERITAGE CULTURAL PROTECTION IN LATIN AMERICA. The case of Mexico (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Denia Berenice Villanueva Ruiz.

Archaeological research, such as other areas of knowledge, has used technology as a worthy work instrument. Therefore, in this paper, I do a review of the different instruments that have been developed, implemented and refined over the years to confront the need to know and appreciate cultural material with the final objective to control and preserve the national properties. Also, an objective is to present how the rules, agreements and other development normatives have been accomplished...


Relevance to the Registry of Archaeological Sites for their Protection. Proyect: Milpa Alta´s Cultural Landscape. (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Blanca Paredes Gudino.

In the search for alternative ways for the protection of archaeological heritage, especially in Mexico, which has a vast heritage wealth; there is now an urgent need to raise specific protective tangibles in the immediate short term due to different factors that are contributing to their total loss, or the gradual deterioration of the archaeological wealth of our country. The main causes for this; population growth, limited budget, archaeological looting as well as many other factors. In this...


Seismic Mitigation for Collections at the J. Paul Getty Museum through mountmaking (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only McKenzie Lowry.

As recent earthquakes in Oklahoma and Virginia have shown, even regions generally thought to be far from seismic zones are never truly immune to their effects. The development over the last thirty years of seismic mount systems that safely capture objects in 360 degrees, can offer solutions relevant to collections in a diversity of environments. Focus on this goal for the past few decades has led to a realization that more can be done to protect collections in advance of threats, leading to...