After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Wildland Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties (Legacy 07-370)

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This report describes the authors' efforts to assist Cultural Resource Managers in evaluating damage and taking proactive measures to prevent damage to Traditional Cultural Properties in wildfire events. During a 2007 collaborative symposium, it was determined what procedures to incorporate prior to, during, and after a wildland fire event.

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After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Wildland Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties (Legacy 07-370). ( tDAR id: 465718) ; doi:10.48512/XCV8465718

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Contact(s): OSD Cultural Resources Program; Wyoming Army National Guard

Prepared By(s): engineering-environmental Management, Inc.

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  1. After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Wildland Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties - Report (Legacy 07-370) (2008)
    DOCUMENT Full-Text Jeffery Hokanson. Alyssa Wright. Karen Kempton.

    This report describes the authors' efforts to assist Cultural Resource Managers in evaluating damage and taking proactive measures to prevent damage to Traditional Cultural Properties in wildfire events. During a 2007 collaborative symposium, it was determined what procedures to incorporate prior to, during, and after a wildland fire event.