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Phase 2 archaeological surveys are typically recommended or requested when a project is likely to disturb an archaeological site. This survey will recover additional data to document and determine the context, integrity, and significance of a particular site. Many projects in which a Phase 2 is conducted do not end up going into a Phase 3 survey as additional work at the site would not uncover any.
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Gilman, Peter Sherman. Archaeological inventory survey of the proposed Kalae Houselots phase II project area, Kalae, Kahanui 2, MolokaÊ»i (TMK POR. 53) [Sinoto, Aki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Archaeological inventory survey of the proposed Kalae Houselots phase II project area, Kalae, Kahanui 2Author: Aki Sinoto.
Get this from a library. Phase II cultural resource investigations at sites 38BU, 38BU, and 38BU on Daufuskie Island, Beaufort County, South Carolina: Final report, Project # October [William F Stanyard; Ramona Grunden; Jennifer S Revels; William Green; TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.] -- An archaeological survey (Phase II) was conducted for Mr.
Bill Scott prior to the. This second phase of the project, reported here, was partially funded by a Survey and Planning grant from the United States Department of the Interior and administered by the Office of State Archaeology, North Carolina Phase II book of Archives and Size: KB.
Technical Report No. 26 – The Projectile Point Classification Project (Phase II) • I. Randolph Daniel, Jr. and R.P. Stephen Davis, Jr.
() Miscellaneous Reports These reports discuss the findings of archaeological survey, testing, and excavations undertaken by the RLA between and Phase I - Intensive Archaeological Investigation This phase of investigation is appropriate in initial project planning and development.
It is designed to assess the general nature of the cultural resources present and the archaeological survey of the Graham-Curtis project impact of the proposed project on archaeological sites. Phase II Investigation. Phase II archaeological investigation is conducted in order to test or evaluate an archaeological site's eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
In order to facilitate the evaluation process, specific information should be recovered during a Phase II investigation. Field Standards In conjunction with our new report standards we have re-evaluated and updated our field investigation standards.
The new standards for both archaeological field investigations and reports reflect, not only the thoughts of the Louisiana Division of Archaeology but are also based on comments and feedback from Federal agencies and. We are currently performing a Phase I Survey with the goals of identifying any historic or prehistoric sites located on the park, defining the boundaries of any sites discovered, and assessing the need for Phase II work.
Phase II involves determining the significance of the resource. Archaeological sites can be considered significant under. Phase I archaeological survey of twelve acres and Phase II archaeological significance evaluation of 44VB, 44VB, and 44VB at the Great Neck Point Disposal Area, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia by McDonald, Bradley M.; Laird, Matthew R.
Phase II: Site Evaluation The Phase II survey is a detailed evaluation of an identified cultural resource(s) that cannot be avoided by reasonable modification to the proposed project. Examination is carried out on each of the identified resources to provide adequate data to make a determination of eligibility for listing on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
Guidelines for Non-Section Archaeological Investigations. Whenever possible, research projects should follow the appropriate standards for Phase I, II and III investigations. In particular, field standards for site survey, site identification and site boundary definition are applicable to all projects.
Phase II archaeological investigations within the Shelby Bend Archaeological District, Hickman and Maury counties, Tennessee (Report of investigations Research, University of Alabama) [Alexander, Lawrence S] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Phase II archaeological investigations within the Shelby Bend Archaeological District, Hickman and Maury countiesAuthor: Lawrence S Alexander. Archeological Investigations at the Joanie Moser Park Site: Phase II, by Judith A. Newkirk, Karen Barnette, and J. Ned Woodall, iv + 24 pp.
Project B O R LWCF, Robison County Recreation and Parks Commission, Lumberton, NC Archaeological Reconnaissance, by David A. McLean, i + 13 pp. Publication 4. Phase II – Evaluation of Cultural Resources; Phase III – Treatment of Impacted, Significant Cultural Resources.
All of these phases should be implemented by a qualified professional archaeologist. Phase I – Inventory of Cultural Resources. This phase generally involves three steps: A records search; A field survey; A written report. identification survey (Phase I), site evaluation (Phase II), and data recovery/treatment (Phase III).
This document also contains the minimum requirements for the processing and curation of collections and associated reporting. In addition, the document presents information regarding other types of cultural. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. 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. Full, detailed description of project for which the survey was conducted.
This must include the name of the applicable federal agency. Previous archaeological research within a minimum of one mile from the maximum extent of the archaeological Area of Potential Effects (which includes areas such as construction limits andFile Size: 48KB.
Get this from a library. The Dos Republicas project: phase II, archaeological investigations at a proposed coal strip mine, Maverick County, Texas. [Herbert G Uecker; University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for Archaeological Research.]. Based on the survey results, no additional archaeological survey or evaluation is recommended for the Project with the following qualifications: 1) Intensive testing was performed only within the project boundaries as defined in this report.
If the APE is altered beyond those boundaries, additional testing may be required. 2) Standard survey techniques cannot always detect buried features (e.g.
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Phase II Guidelines Background Research 32 Bureau for Historic Preservation reviews and comments on archaeological survey and The first step in the review process is the submission of project documentation to the BHP. Regulations require that an Area of Potential Effect (APE) be developed in consultation File Size: KB.
A Phase I archaeological survey is often the first step in the archaeological process. The goal of a Phase I archaeological survey is to determine the presence or absence of archaeological resources within a project area. This type of investigation is usually prompted by a request from a Federal, State or Local review body.
Graham-Curtis Canal Company No description specified. (1 Record) Documents. Archaeological Survey of the Graham-Curtis Project: Phase II () Related Creators. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona Related Keywords (the Digital Archaeological Record).
In archaeology, a phase refers to the logical reduction of contexts recorded during excavation to near 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. The Phase Ia Archaeological Survey identifies areas of archaeological sensitivity within the proposed project, additional archaeological research is recommended.
A combined Phase Ib/II archaeological survey would be necessary to assess if intact archaeological deposits are present. A Phase I Remote-Sensing Archaeological Survey & Phase II Shipwreck Assessment at the Location Of a Proposed Terminal Groin at the Mouth of the Cape Fear River, Bald Head Island, Brunswick County, North Carolina Submitted to: Mr.
Chris McCall Shoreline Protection Manager P. Box Bald Head Island, North Carolina Submitted by. In Junethe James River Institute for Archaeology, Inc. (JRIA) completed a Phase II archaeological investigation of Site 44VB, a suspected colonial era domestic site identified in the course of a survey of the acre Marshview Park property conducted for the City of Virginia Beach Department of Parks & Recreation as.
An Archaeological Sample Survey of the Middle Santa Cruz River Basin, Picacho Reservoir to Tucson, Arizona A Class II Survey of the Proposed Tucson Aqueduct Phase A, Central Arizona Project. View Book.Phase II investigations of 9PU included additional shovel testing at m intervals, geophysical survey, and the excavation of two 1-x-2 meter (m) test units, and the partial excavation of a third 1-x-2 m test unit that was abandoned after it was discovered to be beyond the APE boundary.InBrazos Valley Research Associates conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of a wastewater system improvement project for the Polk County Fresh Water Supply District Number 2 approximately km northwest of the current project area (Moore ).
One multi-component site (41PK) was located. 7.