An Assessment of Archaeological Data Quality - Report (Legacy 07-353)
Part of the An Assessment of Archaeological Data Quality (Legacy 07-353) project
This pilot study explores issues involved in the quality of archaeological data used by the Department of Defense to comply with Federal statutes and regulations. The goal was to determine the potential value and benefit of establishing key quality indicators for archaeological data by examining the statistical implications of current approaches to finding and defining archaeological sites and the effects of these approaches on data quality.
Cite this Record
An Assessment of Archaeological Data Quality - Report (Legacy 07-353). Michael Heinlen, Christopher Nagle, Jeffery Altschul. 2008 ( tDAR id: 465727) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8465727
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Archaeological Data • Archaeological Sites • Archaeological Survey • Cultural Resources Management • Data Quality • Data Recordation • Data Recovery • Department of Defense • Federal Land Management • Federal Law and Policy • military installations • Standardization
Barry M. Goldwater Range • Eglin Air Force Base • Fort Bliss, New Mexico • Fort Drum • Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, California • United States • Utah Test and Training Range
Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): OSD Cultural Resources Program
Prepared By(s): Statistical Research Inc.
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