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Ozette archaeological project, interim final report, phase III

Jeffrey Mauger

Ozette archaeological project, interim final report, phase III

by Jeffrey Mauger

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Published by Washington Archaeological Research Center, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Washington (State) -- Ozette.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Richard D. Daugherty.
    SeriesProject report - Washington Archaeological Research Center, Washington State University -- no. 4., Project report (Washington Archaeological Research Center) -- no. 4.
    ContributionsDaugherty, Richard D., 1922-, Washington Archaeological Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], 16 leaves, [7] leaves of plates (3 fold.) :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14713940M

    Phase III Project Febru The United States welcomes discussion of the Management Report and Recommendation (MRR) in response to the Inspection Panel Investigation Report for the Ethiopia: Promoting Basic Services Phase III Project (PBS III), a project . by OPRHP. This report has been prepared according to OPRHP’s State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) Phase I Archaeological Report Format Requirements (). 2 Project Information Project Location The Project is located in the City of Saratoga Springs, .

    PHASE I ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE NEW ENGLAND CLEAN POWER LINK PROJECT. ABSTRACT. The following is a Phase I Archaeological Resource Assessment carried out by the Lake Champlain Maritime in support of the New England Clean Power Link Project(LCMM). Phase 4 Site Investigation – Validation. Whilst remediation is the act of rendering a site ‘fit for purpose’ under the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), validation is the process by which the evidence is gathered and presented to verify that the proposed and agreed upon .

    Technological investigation to develop design criteria for the optimum size of oil and gas well blocks: Phase III final report ([Open-file report] / Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines) [Kenneth Wardell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Kenneth Wardell. In an attempt to streamline the project review process the DHR has altered the Phase IA archaeology survey report requirements. If a Phase IA survey does not result in the identification of any archaeological sites or areas of archaeological sensitivity within the project area, a Phase IA "Short Report" can be used as a substitute for a full Phase IA Report.


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Ozette Archaeological Project: Interim final report, phases VIII and Ozette archaeological project (Project report / Washington Archaeological Research Center, Washington State University) [Paul F Gleeson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ozette Archaeological Project Interim Final Report Phase XII.

Mauger, Jeffrey. Ozette Archaeological Project Interim Final Report Phase XIII. Gleeson, Paul. A Cultural Resource Survey and Evaluation of the Ralston Project. Lindeman, Glen W. In archaeology, a phase refers to the logical reduction of contexts recorded during excavation to nearly contemporary archaeological horizons that represent a distinct "phase" of previous land use.

These often but not always will be a representation of a former land surface or occupation level and all associated features that were created into or from this point in time. Archaeological Survey and Extended Phase I Report iii Far Western for the Stonegate Subdivision Project, Butte County, California APPENDICES Appendix A.

Records Search Results. REDACTED Appendix B. Communication with Native American and Other Interested Parties. Appendix C. Updated and Newly Recorded Site Records. REDACTED LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1.

Phase III Investigations. During Phase III investigation, test units should be placed in order to optimize data recovery. Phase II investigations and the data recovery plan should guide the placement of test units at the site.

For example, the use of block excavations may facilitate access to deeply buried archaeological deposits. Phase 1 Archaeological Report J Goleta Fire House #10 Feasibility Study FIGURES. Figure. 1 Project Location. 2 Parcel Map. 3 Site Plan. 4 Aerial Photograph. Task 1: Presentation of an Archaeological Overview Report (this document) outlining the results interim final report a literature review for archaeological properties within the Archaeological APE, supplemented with limited field observations of the corridor from public rights-of-way, and including recommendations for a.

archaeological resources organized by building lot. Phase IB Field Investigation Guidelines. Date of testing, conditions (including season, ground visibility, weather) and description of crew (e.g.

project director, crew chief, field tech, etc). B.A complete description of the field methodology that includes a discussion of project impacts. Amending the Guidelines for Conducting Archaeology in Vermont (Guidelines) was a team effort, headed by State Archaeologist, Jess Robinson, under the direction of State Historic Preservation Officer, Laura V.

Trieschmann, with insight and assistance from Vermont DivisionFile Size: 3MB. The resulting document contains a cultural history of the project area, and an evaluation of the area's known and potential sensitivity for cultural resources which might be affected by possible construction impacts.

Further, the Phase IA report will contain recommendations for the subsequent Phase IB. Phases of Cultural Resources Investigations The phase process is primarily designed to aid agencies in meeting Section obligations concerning planned project effects on cultural resources by obtaining information necessary to determine the NRHP eligibility of archaeological sites in an orderly and systematic fashion.

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Featured. The following report presents the results of a Phase 1A Literature Review and Sensitivity Analysis prepared for Tim Miller Associates, Inc. by CITY/SCAPE: Cultural Resource Consultants.

For the purposes of the Phase 1A report, the area of potential effect (APE) is considered the entirety of the former Butterfield Hospital property. Archaeological Field Testing Archaeological field testing would be conducted in portions of the property where project-related impacts could occur, and where no recent documented ground disturbance is known.

For the purposes of this scope, it is assumed that the test area would consist of an approximately foot radius around the MainFile Size: 60KB. Archeology Survey Report (Phase II) The SHPO recommends archeological surveys for many projects funded, licensed, or assisted by federal agencies.

The need for a survey is determined by several factors, including the amount and kind of survey work previously done in the project area, the archeological potential of the project area, and the need. Project Summary ARCHAEOLOGICAL PHASE I SURVEY, PHASE II TESTING AND PHASE III DATA RECOVERY US CUSTOM AND BORDER PROTECTION LAND PORT OF ENTRY MODERNIZATION PROJECT BRIDGEWATER, AROOSTOOK COUNTY, MAINE Client: Parsons, Geo-Marine, Inc.

for U.S. Customs and Border Protection Date completed: April The U.S. CBP proposes to develop and File Size: 59KB. Project Changes and Design Options for the Exposition Corridor Transit Project Phase 2 Page iii HRERAddendum Final_Decdoc to conduct cultural resources studies for the Exposition Corridor Transit Project Phase 2 (Project), including archaeological and architectural analyses of resources.

Archaeological Survey Report for the. Before approving a land development project regulated by legislation, the approval authority for the project requires an archaeological assessment of all lands that are part of the project.

Assessments are required when the land is known to have an archaeological site on it, or has the potential to have archaeological resources.

This report describes the Phase IA/1B Archaeological Survey for the Pavilion at Locust Manor project located at Baisley Boulevard, Jamaica, Queens, New York.

Archaeology & Historic Resource Services, LLC (AHRS) was retained by D & F Development Group to conduct. 1 4 T +27 21 26 Bell Close, Westlake Business Park F +27 86 WestlakeCape Town NCC Environmental Services (Pty) Ltd | Reg. No: //07 | VAT No. REAL GROWTH FOR PEOPLE, PLANET AND BUSINESS PHASE 1 –.

PHASE IA ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSlVIENT REPORT I: I:1 SUPPLEMENTARY STUDY BLOCK,LOTS 1, 2,32 I II! ill I ' I 'I II I the archaeological assessment of the Jay Street project site on the adjacent block 53 lots 3, 6, 21, 24, 25, 26 prepared by Celia Bergoffen (July 6, ).

I The sewer permit book has not survived. We thank.PREFACE This repon documents the work performed on the RHODES Project Ruse Il(a).This resemh effort was tbe continuation of tk RHODES Project Phast L Both pbascs were funded by the Arizona Depamnent of Transportation (ADOT) through the Pima Association of Governments (PAG).

Essentially. Phase I explored conceps for models and algorithms for real-time Mc.PHASE I TERRESTRIAL AND MARINE ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEYS FOR THE POPLAR ISLAND RECLAMATION PROJECT AND PHASE II INVESTIGATIONS OF SITE 18TA AND SIX MARINE ANOMALIES, TALBOT COUNTY, MARYLAND FINAL REPORT R.

Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. East Third Street Frederick, Maryland PREPARED FOR: GBA-M&N A Joint VentureFile Size: 5MB.