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Conserving the in Situ Archaeological Record
(Getty Conservation Institute, 2000)
In the 20th century, archaeologists made great strides in learning to understand the material record of past human life. Concurrently, destruction of the archaeological record increased as population growth, economic ...
Farming and Foraging on the Southwestern Frontier: an overview of previous research of the archaeological and historical resources of the Great Cedar Mesa Area
([Salt Lake City] : Antiquities Section, Division of State History, 2/1/2010 0)
Basketmaker II stone-boiling technology at Cedar Mesa, Utah: an experimental study
The presence of limestone has been noted by archaeologists among midden scatters associated with Grand Gulch phase (A.D. 200 to 400) Basketmaker II habitation sites (Matson et al. 1988), and it has been suspected that the ...
A Conservation Model for Archaeology.
(Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)
Archaeological Resource Conservation and the Wilderness System
(United States. Forest Service, 1/1/1975 0)
In this paper, I shall examine the interrelationships of the objectives of our National Wilderness Preservation System on the one hand, and the goals of archeological conservation on the other. Archeological resources are, ...
Anasazi culture and its relationship to the environment in the Red Rock Plateau region, Southeastern Utah
The problem addressed by this study is specification of the principal cultural and environmental variables that enabled the Anasazi, during five phases of culture, to occupy and adapt to the environment of the Red Rock ...
Archeological Excavations In Glen Canyon: A Preliminary Report Of 1958 Work
(Utah Archeology, 1/1/1958 0)
A dozen archaeological sites, located in Southern Utah's deep Glen Canyon on the Colorado, were excavated in summer 1958 by a crew of archaeologists from the University of Utah. Some of these sites were flooded in the ...