Dredging (Other Keyword)

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Draft Environmental Statement: Newark Bay -- Kill Van Kull Navigation Project (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District.

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Pilot's Point Submerged Sites (1953)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Frank Glynn.

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Report On the Upper Raceway Cleanup Project, E.D.A. Title X - Project #01-21-0013, Spring - Winter 1976 (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephen G. Warfel.

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Shoreline Site Preservation by Dredge Spoil (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Judith Bense.

This is an abstract from the "Case Studies from SHA’s Heritage at Risk Committee" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Shoreline erosion is a constant detrimental process at archaeological sites along waterways. Along many waterways, channel dredging is a necessary activity resulting in huge amounts of spoil placed along shorelines ,often where archaeological sites are located. In our research of four sequential Spanish colonial presidios from the...