This comprehensive reference book addresses the questions and problems of cultural resource archaeology for graduate students and practicing archaeological field workers. Neumann and Sanford use their decades of field experience to discuss in great detail the complex processes involved in conducting a CRM project. Dealing with everything from law to logistics, archival research to zoological analysis, project proposals to report production, they provide an invaluable sourcebook for archaeologists who do contract work in the United States. After introducing the legal and ethical aspects of cultural resources management, the authors describe the processes of designing a proposal and contracting for work, doing background research, conducting assessment, testing, mitigation work (Phase I, II, and III), laboratory analysis, and preparing reports for project sponsors. The volume's emphasis on practical problems, use of extensive examples, and detailed advice on a host of subjects make it an ideal training manual and reference tool for archaeologists and field schools.... the above figure presents two systems diagrammed in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual (EM 385-1-1, Rev October 1987). Later versions of EM-385-1-1 do not show these or similarly detailed figuresanbsp;...
|Author||:||Thomas W. Neumann, Robert M. Sanford|
|Publisher||:||Rowman Altamira - 2009-10-16|