Hurricane Sandy and the New Jersey Waterway Debris Removal Project: Archaeological Methodology During Sediment and Debris Removal Operations.
Author(s): Morgan MacKenzie
Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey, 29-31 October, 2012. The New Jersey Waterway Debris Removal Project was a collaborative effort to remove storm debris and accumulated sediment following the storm. This paper will address archaeological methodology and Section 106 compliance conducted by Dewberry during the NJ DEP Waterway Debris Removal Project as well as unexpected discoveries encountered during operations.
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Hurricane Sandy and the New Jersey Waterway Debris Removal Project: Archaeological Methodology During Sediment and Debris Removal Operations.. Morgan MacKenzie. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Seattle, Washington. 2015 ( tDAR id: 433986)
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