Surface Collection

Filename: surface-collection.pdf
ISBN: 0759110182
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 187
Author: Denis Richard Byrne
Publisher: Rowman Altamira

Download and read online Surface Collection in PDF and EPUB This travelogue tackles the pressing issues of cultural-heritage management in Southern Asia by examining archaeological sites in Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines, among other countries.

Surface Collection Sampling and Research Design

Filename: surface-collection-sampling-and-research-design.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:848987227
Release Date: 1987
Number of pages: 17
Author: Charles L. Redman

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The Newtown Neck Site

Filename: the-newtown-neck-site.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:3415713
Release Date: 1976
Number of pages: 494
Author: Victoria Emery Robertson

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Fish passage technologies protection at hydropower facilities

Filename: fish-passage-technologies-protection-at-hydropower-facilities.pdf
ISBN: 9781428920163
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 174
Publisher: DIANE Publishing

Download and read online Fish passage technologies protection at hydropower facilities in PDF and EPUB The focus of this report is technologies for fish passage around hydropower generation facilities and protection against entrainment and turbine mortality. Emphasis is given to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)-licensed hydropower projects where fish protection is a subject of controversy and congressional interest due to the Federal Power Act (FPA) and the Electric Consumers Protection Act (ECPA). Thus institutional issues related to FERC-relicensing are also discussed. (Major points of controversy are high-lighted in box 1.1).

A Comparison of Shovel Testing and Surface Collection as Archaeological Site Discovery Methods

Filename: a-comparison-of-shovel-testing-and-surface-collection-as-archaeological-site-discovery-methods.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:958959914
Release Date: 2016
Number of pages: 176
Author: Cameron Smith Howell

Download and read online A Comparison of Shovel Testing and Surface Collection as Archaeological Site Discovery Methods in PDF and EPUB Shovel testing and controlled surface collection are common methods of archaeological site investigation that are generally approved by state and federal agencies as well as the academic community for cultural resource management projects and research. While both techniques are equally utilized, little research has been conducted on how equivalent these techniques are in terms of their efficacy for finding site. This thesis seeks to find a way to compare these techniques by creating mathematical models to describe how well the methods behave when tested on known datasets generated from Mississippian period farmsteads. The predicted performance can then be compared to real world results of investigations. A discussion then follows on the implications for treating the investigation techniques as equivalent and recommendations are made to adjust for survey efficacy bias in future research designs.

Natufian Chipped Lithic Assemblage

Filename: natufian-chipped-lithic-assemblage.pdf
ISBN: 8772892811
Release Date: 1995-01-01
Number of pages: 100
Author: Charlott Hoffmann Pedersen
Publisher: Museum Tusculanum Press

Download and read online Natufian Chipped Lithic Assemblage in PDF and EPUB As part of the TAVO-project in the Petra area conducted by H.G. Gebel in 1984, the Natufian site of Sunakh is here presented with a technological analysis of a number of attributes on the debitage including the core reduction technique, as well as a typological analysis of the tool types.

Faq r y t Al u f r yah F Al Jaz rah Al Arab yah

Filename: faq-r-y-t-al-u-f-r-yah-f-al-jaz-rah-al-arab-yah.pdf
ISBN: 0300071833
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 523
Author: Sharikat Abū Ẓaby lil-ʻAmalīyāt al-Batrūlīyah al-Barrīyah
Publisher: Yale University Press

Download and read online Faq r y t Al u f r yah F Al Jaz rah Al Arab yah in PDF and EPUB This illustrated volume brings together for the first time the results of research on Arabian continental vertebrates discovered in the United Arab Emirates, the Sultanate of Oman, and the Republic of Yemen. Eminent scientists from Arabia, Europe, and the United States provide up-to-date information on Arabian paleontology as well as on Arabian stratigraphical, geological, isotopic, and paleomagnetic topics. The book presents new fossil records from Arabia and Pakistan and discusses the closing of the ancient Middle East Tethys seaway.

Salado Archaeology of the Upper Gila New Mexico

Filename: salado-archaeology-of-the-upper-gila-new-mexico.pdf
ISBN: 0816522227
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 103
Author: Stephen H. Lekson
Publisher: University of Arizona Press

Download and read online Salado Archaeology of the Upper Gila New Mexico in PDF and EPUB Salado is an enigma of the past. One of the most spectacular cultures of the ancient Southwest, its brilliant polychrome pottery has been subjected to varied interpretations, from religious cult to artistic horizon. Stephen Lekson now uses data from two Salado sitesÑa large pueblo and a small farmsteadÑto clarify long-standing misconceptions about this culture. By combining analysis of the large whole-vessel collection at Dutch Ruin with the scientific excavation of Villareal II, a picture of Salado emerges that enables Lekson to evaluate previous competing theories and propose that Salado represents a major fourteenth-century migration of Pueblo peoples into the Chihuahuan deserts. Lekson demonstrates that late, short-lived Salado farmsteadsÑdifficult to identify archaeologically in areas with larger Mimbres concentrationsÑcoexisted with larger Salado towns, and he argues that Salado in the Upper Gila region appears as a substantial in-migration of Mogollon Uplands populations into what was a vacant river valley. Throughout the fourteenth century, Salado communities in the Upper Gila were integrated into the larger Salado horizon and were closely connected to Casas Grandes, as indicated by the export of serpentine to the city of PaquimŽ and the occurrence of Casas Grandes pottery at Upper Gila Salado sites. The book includes illustrations of 71 vessels from Dutch Ruin plus a full-color frontispiece. Through analysis of these two sites, Lekson has taken a large step toward clearing up the mystery of Salado. His work will be welcomed by all who study the movements of peoples in the prehispanic Southwest.

Landscapes of Power Landscapes of Conflict

Filename: landscapes-of-power-landscapes-of-conflict.pdf
ISBN: 9780306471841
Release Date: 2006-04-11
Number of pages: 326
Author: Tina L. Thurston
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Landscapes of Power Landscapes of Conflict in PDF and EPUB Tina Thurston’s Landscapes of Power; Landscapes of Conflict is a thi- generation processual analysis of sociopolitical evolution during the Iron Age in southern Scandinavia. Several red flags seem to be raised at once. Are not archaeologists now postprocessual, using new interpretive approaches to - derstand human history? Is not evolution a discredited concept in which - cieties are arbitrarily arranged along a unilinear scheme? Should not modern approaches be profoundly historical and agent-centered? In any event, were not Scandinavians the ultimate barbarian Vikings parasitizing the complex civilized world of southern and central Europe? Tina Thurston’s book focuses our attention on the significant innovations of anthropological archaeology at the end of the twentieth century. A brief overview of processual archaeology can set the context for - preciating Landscapes ofPower; Landscapes of Conflict. During the 1960s the emergent processual archaeology (a. k. a. the New Archaeology) cryst- lized an evolutionary paradigm that framed research with the comparative ethnography of Service and Fried. It was thought that human societies p- gressed through stages of social development and that the goal was to d- cover the evolutionary prime movers (such as irrigation, warfare, trade, and population) that drove social and cultural change. By the 1970s prime movers had fallen from favor and social evolution was conceived as complicated flows of causation involving many variables.