Phase I and II Archaeological Resources Investigations Brindle Lake Dam Replacement Project, Fort Dix Military Reservation, Township of Plumsted, Ocean County, New Jersey
Author(s): Tetra Tech EC, Inc.
Tetra Tech EC, Inc. (TtEC), conducted a Phase I and II archeological survey of the project area for the proposed replacement of Brindle Lake Dam, under contract to Fort Dix. The structure is a low earth dam on Brindletown Creek on the Fort Dix Military Reservation in the Township of Plumsted, Ocean County, New Jersey. The project’s area of potential effects (APE) covers an area of 5.5 acres (2.3 hectares) and includes the dam, two laydown areas, and access roads. A portion of the project area had previously been surveyed during a planning-level study of Fort Dix in 2003 to 2004. That survey identified a mid- to late nineteenth century site, 28-OC-152, which includes the proposed North Laydown Area.
An evaluation of the archeological evidence concluded that, pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, as amended (16 USC 470f), the project will have no effect on significant historic properties. No additional archeological study is recommended.
This is a final report.
Cite this Record
Phase I and II Archaeological Resources Investigations Brindle Lake Dam Replacement Project, Fort Dix Military Reservation, Township of Plumsted, Ocean County, New Jersey. Tetra Tech EC, Inc.. 2007 ( tDAR id: 438632) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8438632
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min long: -74.527; min lat: 40.018 ; max long: -74.505; max lat: 40.057 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): James Wilde
Field Director(s): Christopher L. Borstel
Project Director(s): Sydne B. Marshall
Prepared By(s): Tetra Tech EC, Inc.
Submitted To(s): Fort Dix
Task Order No.(s): 0009
Modification No.(s): 005
Contract No.(s): DACA61-01-D-0002
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