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Pilot Study To Investigate the Feasibility of CD ROM Technology for Archaeological Reports - Final Report

Author(s): Fred Wendorf ; Robert V. Kempter

Year: 1989

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Summary

This report summarizes the results of a preliminary study to evaluate the use of CD ROM [Compact Disk Read Only Memory] as an archival and research tool for the enormous literature that has developed through contract archaeology by federally funded or mandated programs. This pilot study was conducted by Southern Methodist University through a contract with Texas State Historical Commission and the National Park Service, US Department of Interior.


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Pilot Study To Investigate the Feasibility of CD ROM Technology for Archaeological Reports - Final Report. Fred Wendorf, Robert V. Kempter. Dallas, Texas: Southern Methodist University, Department of Anthropology. 1989 ( tDAR id: 171129) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8GQ6ZMC


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Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Fred Wendorf ; Robert V. Kemper

Sponsor(s): National Park Service ; Texas State Historical Commission ; Archeological Assistance Program, NPS

Prepared By(s): Southern Methodist University, Dept of Anthropology, Dallas


Record Identifiers

NADB document id number(s): 550500

NADB citation id number(s): 000000067985

Notes

General Note: Contract number: THC-008-62

General Note: Sent from: Southern Methodist University, Dept of Anthropology, Dallas

General Note: Submitted to: USDI-NPS & Texas State Historical Commission


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