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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 ...
Dynamics of Thirteenth-Century Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: The View from Cedar Mesa
This document comprises supplemental information to accompany the complete article submitted to the journal Kiva in August 2015.
Background Notes for the 1980 Turkey Pen ARPA Trial
This document comprises notes by William D. Lipe, which he prepared in December 1979 at the request of the US Attorney, which was prosecuting the first court case brought under the Archaeological Resources Protection Act ...
Dynamics of the thirteenth century depopulation of the northern San Juan: the view from Cedar Mesa.
Included here is a presentation made by the authors at the Society for American Archaeology meeting in St. Louis, MO, April 15, 2010.
The Cedar Mesa Project: 1967-2007