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Environmental Assessment for the Implementation of an Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan at Camp Bullis, Texas (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Duane Peter. Melissa Green. Victoria Green Clow. Ed Salo.

This Environmental Assessment (EA) has been prepared to evaluate potential environmental impacts associated with the implementation of an Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan (ICRMP) at Camp Bullis Training Site (CBTS) in Bexar and Comal counties, Texas. The location and mission of CBTS are presented in this chapter along with the purpose and need for the Proposed Action and alternatives to the Proposed Action, the decisions to be made, the organization of this EA, and any permits...

Hovenweep 1976: Preliminary Report (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joseph C. Winter.

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Land Management Plan for Fort Sam Houston, Texas (1972)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ted D. Williams.

The purpose of this plan is to provide an overall guide for the management and maintenance of lands for which the installation is responsible. This plan is to facilitate the military mission of the installation through the conservation, improvement, and maintenance of its natural resources in accordance with sound agronomic principles. The maintenance of improved and intensively improved grounds, such as lawns, drill fields, open areas, athletic fields, and landscape plantings will be...

Mammoth and Mastodons….They are what’s for Dinner (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert Rowe.

The Pleistocene…basically a no-man’s time that is stuck between the disciplines of archaeology and paleontology when it comes to the animals that inhabited that period of time. For American archaeologists, they are often old, sometimes too old to consider them as having archaeological connotations. For Paleontologists, these are not fossils and by some paleontologist’s standards are considered too young for paleontological studies. It is important to archaeologists to understand these animals...

Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Coral Reef Small Islands: A History of Human Adaptation in the Florida Keys (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Traci Ardren. Scott Fitzpatrick. Victor Thompson.

The Florida Keys have been largely overlooked in models of social interactions within both Florida and the greater Caribbean. Environmentally and culturally distinctive, the more than 1700 islands that make up this coral reef archipelago are consistently viewed from the mainland in models of human-environmental dynamics over time. This paper synthesizes available archeological data on the prehistoric human occupation of the Florida Keys with attention to the island landscapes of these sites that...

The Wickedest City: Ecological History and Archaeological Potential at La Balise (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Arlice Marionneaux.

La Balise was a French outpost in the Southeast Pass of the Mississippi River -- one of the most geologically dynamic landscapes on earth. The fort was built in 1723 to defend the waterway from encroaching armies and to justify relocating Louisiana’s capital from Biloxi to New Orleans. La Balise’s geographical position led it to become the colony’s port of call, and its frontier environment fostered a profusion of cultural and technological adaptations. However, the same environmental conditions...