Before You Dig: Cost-Effectiveness of Four Strategies To Collect Archaeological Site Data Via Informants
Author(s): Karen Furbish
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Before You Dig: Cost-Effectiveness of Four Strategies To Collect Archaeological Site Data Via Informants. Karen Furbish. Archaeology Research Monographs ,1. Storrs, CT: Public Archaeology Survey Team, Univ. of CT, Storrs. 1980 ( tDAR id: 139126)
Archaeological Site • Archeological Site • Door-To-Door Survey • Informant Network Development • Mail Survey • Significance / Management • Special planning / management study • Telephone Survey
min long: -72.518; min lat: 41.589 ; max long: -72.099; max lat: 42.034 ;
NADB document id number(s): 274
NADB citation id number(s): 000000078740