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Wilderness Values and Archaeological Resource Management.
(Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota, 1990)
Most archaeological sites in wilderness have value primarily for the information they can yield. Often, information value can be realized only through methods such as excavation and artifact collection that physically ...
Archaeological Values and Resource Management
(School for Advanced Research Press, 2009)
In what follows, I begin with a general discussion of archaeological resource value and the role of authenticity. Next is a brief section on the contexts in which archaeological resource values are formed and accessed. In ...