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  University at Buffalo Archaeological Survey
The Archaeological Survey is a not-for-profit research, contracting and applied archaeology institution within the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Buffalo (UB).
The Survey mission is to provide CRM services to a diverse range of clients in the western New York region, to train people as qualified CRM professionals and to provide practical, applied experience for graduate and undergraduate students from UB with varied interests relating to the Natural Sciences, Anthropology, Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management.
A publication series entitled Reports of the Archaeological Survey (RAS) was created by Neal L. Trubowitz of the UB Anthropology Department in 1976, in the memory of Dr. White.
wings.buffalo.edu /anthropology/Survey/histback.htm   (395 words)

  
 Mn/Model - Archaeological Field Survey Methodology
Based on county soil surveys and the geology and geomorphology of the parcel, soil types and the depth to the subsoil can be identified.
Archaeological data collection and the manner in which it is conducted form the empirical basis for the entire project.
Pedestrian survey is recognized as appropriate to areas with moderate to high surface visibility (e.g., plowed fields), while shovel test pit excavation is appropriate where surface visibility is low (e.g., forest floor).
www.mnmodel.dot.state.mn.us /pages/RD_AppC.html   (2840 words)

  
 Archaeological field survey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Archaeological field survey is the methodological process by which archaeologists (often landscape archaeologists) collect information about the location, distribution and organisation of past human cultures across a large area (e.g.
Surveys can be a practical way to decide whether or not to carry out an excavation (as a way of recording the basic details of a possible site) and may also be ends in themselves, as they produce important information about past human activities in a regional context.
Extensive survey, on the other hand, is characterised by a low-resolution approach in which (e.g.) only samples of a larger study area (often in excess of several sq km) are visited.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Archaeological_field_survey   (1925 words)

  
 Charter for the Archaeological Heritage
Other elements of the archaeological heritage constitute part of the living traditions of indigenous peoples, and for such sites and monuments the participation of local cultural groups is essential for their protection and preservation.
The archaeological heritage is common to all human society and it should therefore be the duty of every country to ensure that adequate funds are available for its protection.
The overall objective of archaeological heritage management should be the preservation of monuments and sites in situ, including proper long-term conservation and curation of all related records and collections etc. Any transfer of elements of the heritage to new locations represents a violation of the principle of preserving the heritage in its original context.
www.international.icomos.org /e_archae.htm   (2016 words)

  
 Thames Archaeological Survey Project
The Thames Archaeological Survey pilot study was initiated by the London Archaeological Research Facility at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London and the Curatorial Division of the Museum of London.
The survey, undertaken between April and September 1995, was conducted by teams recruited from local archaeological societies and students from the Institute of Archaeology, UCL.
The extensive survey followed the reconnaissance survey, and was intended to provide a basic record of the archaeological features and deposits within the zone, thus enabling a preliminary evaluation of its archaeological potential to be made.
www.eng-h.gov.uk /archcom/projects/summarys/html96_7/1773rec.htm   (972 words)

  
 MIDDLESEX CANAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY
The survey provides a full accounting of existing portions of the canal, as well as known and expected archaeological sites and historic buildings, structures, objects, burial grounds, parks, and landscapes that are structurally and historically significant to the Middlesex Canal.
Survey tasks performed as part of the archaeological survey included review of map evidence and secondary sources relating to the canal’s development; preparation of archaeological sensitivity maps for the route of the canal; and a walkover survey of the canal.
Archaeological remains encountered during the walkover of the canal were photographed and included on the sensitivity maps.
www.middlesexcanal.org /Report.html   (21300 words)

  
 Interactive Dig Sagalassos 2003 - Survey
Surveys and excavations at Sagalassos have produced within the city many iron smelting and working slags within the city, especially in the southwest.
The previous three seasons taught us that surveying in a too detailed way (with survey members only two meters apart) is time-consuming and the labour input is not in balance with the results obtained.
Therefore, in 2002 a pottery survey was carried out in the ancient territory of Sagalassos on some sites we surveyed in 1993-1997 that had a high potential for yielding material from the missing periods, especially early (pre-Hellenistic, but post-prehistoric) or very late (post-Early Byzantine) finds.
www.he.net /~archaeol/interactive/sagalassos/field/survey1.html   (1503 words)

  
 Archaeological Survey of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Archaeological Survey of India is an Indian government agency in the Department of Culture that is responsible for archaeological studies and the preservation of cultural monuments.
The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) is the successor of the Asiatic Society of British archaeologist Sir William Jones, founded January 15, 1784.
Survey of India is India's central agency in charge of mapping and surveying.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Archaeological_Survey_of_India   (326 words)

  
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The Archaeological Survey Section of the Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist is charged with preforming cultural resource investigations for other state agencies, and other organizations, so that they may comply with federal cultural resource legislation.
The work that is performed by OWSA-Archaeological Survey involves archaeological and historic surveys, excavations, and preparation of technical reports for all projects.
The larger scale surveys and excavations are generally known 3-6 months in advance, and all other projects are scheduled around the peak field time that these large scale projects require.
wyoarchaeo.state.wy.us /arcsurvey.html   (249 words)

  
 UMass Archaeological Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Archaeological Survey and Evaluation of the 400-acre Fox Run/Willowbend Golf Course and Residential Community in Mashpee and Barnstable, Massachusetts, for the Quinnequisett Realty Trust.
Archaeological Survey for the Middleboro Middle School in Middleboro, Massachusetts, for the town.
Archaeological Services at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is a wholly contract-funded entity organized within the structure of the Environmental Institute (TEI) and the Department of Anthropology.
www.umass.edu /tei/arch   (1439 words)

  
 The Center for Archaeological Studies
Survey and excavations were conducted during June and July of 2005 Excavations at the main house support an occupation that extends from the antebellum period through the end of the twentieth century.
Still the original ZVAP survey is a unique data set with over 19,000 prehistoric and historic components that document the use of the Zeekoe Valley by hominids over the last 250,000 years.
During September and October 2001, the Center for Archaeological Studies conducted an intensive 275-acre archaeological survey on the grounds of Camp Mabry.
www.txstate.edu /anthropology/cas/cas_projects.html   (2876 words)

  
 Oregon Parks & Recreation Dept: Heritage Conservation: State Historic Preservation Office Survey and Inventory
Maintaining a statewide inventory of Oregon´s historic and archaeological properties is one of the responsibilities of the State Historic Preservation Office as mandated by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and Amendments.
Historic surveys are conducted by historic preservation professionals often assisted by preservation graduate students or local volunteers.
Please note that archaeological survey records and data are housed separately and not integrated into the Oregon Historic Inventory database.
www.oregon.gov /OPRD/HCD/SHPO/survey.shtml   (507 words)

  
 Archaeological Parks in the U.S. - Intro.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
An archaeological park is an archaeological site that has been preserved and opened to the public.
Archaeological parks are usually managed by state or federal governments, as part of parks systems, historical societies, museums, and universities.
There is a great deal of diversity among archaeological parks in their areas of development, management, and programming, although many of them offer interpretive exhibits, educational programs, and special events.
www.uark.edu /misc/aras   (367 words)

  
 THE ROUGH CILICIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROJECT: PRELIMINARY REPORT OF THE 2003 SEASON   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
geomorphological survey is to quantify the effects of deforestation on the magnitude, the rates, and the timing of sediment deposition in the Biçkici basin, and at the same time to identify areas of deposition for palynological, charcoal, and lignin analysis.
The Rough Cilicia Survey Team was fortunate to meet with police authorities in Karatepe who were extremely knowledgeable about the state and location of ancient remains in the vicinity and willing to direct the team to their approximate locations.
At the beginning of August survey operations relocated to the Hasdere Canyon in order to complete architectural mapping at Asar Tepe and Lamos for the project’s technical report that is now in progress.
pasture.ecn.purdue.edu /~rauhn/rc2003/report/Rc03_report.htm   (4247 words)

  
 Washington State OAHP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Archaeological surveys to locate sites are undertaken by archaeologists employed by a wide variety of agencies and the private sector.
Based upon the literature and records review, the archaeologist develops a research design that details what he or she is expecting to look for, what actual methods he or she will employ to conduct the search and how he or she will record what they find.
Even when no sites are found a survey report is required to detail the actual areas inspected and the methods that were followed.
www.oahp.wa.gov /pages/Archaeology/Survey.htm   (535 words)

  
 NVAP-AS Internet Edition
The specific goals of the survey were to: 1) establish the distributions of artifacts of particular dates within the survey area; 2) to evaluate how far such distributions adequatedly represent past patterns of settlement and other human activities; and 3) to provide some explanation for long-term changes in the human behavior which such patterns reflect.
Geomorphological investigations conducted in association with the archaeological survey mapped soil units in most of the area that was intensively surveyed.
S.E. Alcock, "Urban Survey and the Polis of Phlius," Hesperia 60 (1991) 421-63.
river.blg.uc.edu /nvap   (741 words)

  
 IPFW Archaeological Survey Homepage
The IPFW Archaeological Survey was created in 1981 as a community service enterprise and instructional support service of the
The Survey is committed to the dissemination of archaeological information and public involvement in Midwestern archaeology.
The Survey also serves as a repository of archaeological data.
www.ipfw.edu /archsurv/home.html   (203 words)

  
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The initial archaeological reconnaissance survey involves both literature search and the actual field examination of the project area to determine if there is any evidence of prehistoric or historic occupations or activities.
This survey need only cover those areas which were specified in the survey request from the SHPO but 100 percent of these areas must be examined.
Archaeological surveys can be time-consuming and you should try to build several months of lead time into your planning schedules.
markmaninc.com /ILsurveys.htm   (1051 words)

  
 Bryn Mawr - Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology - NVAP Home
The Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) is sponsored by Bryn Mawr College and conducted fieldwork under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens with permissions from the Ministry of Culture and Sciences of Greece.
NVAP consists of archaeological survey and excavation projects under the general direction of James C. Wright with the survey directed by John F. Cherry, University of Michigan; Jack L. Davis, University of Cincinnati; Eleni Mantzourani, University of Athens.
NVAP was funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Geographic Society, the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, the Hetty Goldman Fund of the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology of Bryn Mawr College, the Faculty Research Fund of Bryn Mawr College, and generous donations from individuals.
www.brynmawr.edu /Acads/Arch/NVAP/Index.htm   (329 words)

  
 Archaeological Survey
An archaeological survey is an effort to locate and register archaeological sites (Phase I), and evaluate them for their eligibility for listing in the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and National Register of Historic Places (Phase II).
Archaeological surveys in New Jersey are guided by the HPO's Guidelines for Phase I Archaeological Investigations: Identification of Archaeological Resources, and Guidelines for Preparing Cultural Resources Management Archaeological Report Submitted to the Historic Preservation Office.
These are (1) the nature of the proposed project and its APE, (2) the presence or absence of documented archaeological historic properties in the APE, and (3) the potential for the presence of undocumented archaeological historic properties in the APE.
www.state.nj.us /dep/hpo/1identify/survarkeo.htm   (1434 words)

  
 Archaeological Survey and Prospection
ne of the field methods of archaeology, archaeological survey, is one that most people think of simply as a prelude to excavation.
In fact, in modern archaeology, survey is some form is a field method in its own right, able to answer some kinds of archaeological research questions that excavations, alone, cannot answer.
Many non-archaeologists assume that all the archaeological sites have been found by now (actually "new" ones are found every day), while others wonder how we manage to find sites, particularly when they are buried.
www.chass.utoronto.ca /~banning/archsurv.htm   (1457 words)

  
 IPFW Archaeological Survey Homepage
In 2003, a baseline archaeological survey was carried out to map the site's topography, identify the range and distribution of artifact types, assess site size, integrity, and structure, and provide a foundation for future investigations.
The Survey is awaiting final notification of the award of grant monies from the National Science Foundation for the purchase of a suite of remote sensing equipment (a magnetometer, a resistivity meter, and a ground penetrating radar unit).
The field school is an integral part of the Archaeological Survey’s multi-year research program focusing on population dynamics among the late prehistoric farming communities that once occupied the river valleys in Indiana.
www.ipfw.edu /archsurv/news.html   (4553 words)

  
 High Sierra Crossings Museum Archaeological Survey
The first step is a full archaeological survey and recordation of any historic or prehistoric features that might be present.
An archaeological excavation of this type is common among state and federal agencies since it is part of environmental compliance.
In the archaeological survey scheduled for later this year, DPR's work at the proposed site of the new High Sierra Crossings Museum is to help workers avoid any prehistoric or historic archaeological deposits.
www.parks.ca.gov /default.asp?page_id=24351   (1425 words)

  
 Interactive Dig Mt. Vernon - Archaeological Survey & Testing of Gristmill Park
Our survey of the property was also designed to give us a better idea of how the topography and land use changed over time.
In 1932, during construction of Route 235, much of the land between the road and the mill and miller's cottage was bulldozed, destroying any archaeological remains.
Through careful excavation combined with historical and comparative research, we hoped to discover more about the appearance of the structure, the layout of the equipment within the structure, and how the distillery operated, but it would be almost two years before we could return to begin our excavation.
www.archaeology.org /interactive/mtvernon/survey.html   (961 words)

  
 Appendix E: Archaeological Documentation
This report presents the results of a survey of trails and roads that are proposed to be changed at Circle X Ranch.
The survey area is in the upper watershed of Arroyo Sequit.
Archaeological research in California has resulted in the recognition of regularities in changes of artifacts used in most areas of the state.
www.nps.gov /samo/cxea/appe.htm   (1632 words)

  
 Archaeological survey and the landscape in classical antiquity
The Messenia survey developed from the excavation of the Bronze Age palace at Pylos.
The intensive survey of the Southern Argolid, along with the excavation of the urban centre at Halieis, raised questions about the relationship between the city and its countryside, and the production of food for large regional centres such as Athens.
Archaeological survey in an artifact-rich landscape: a Middle Neolithic example from Nemea, Greece.
www.swan.ac.uk /classics/staff/dg/lectures/ma/survey   (451 words)

  
 Archaeological Research
A regional survey of Anyang is being conducted through a Sino-American project between the Institute of Archaeology at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Archaeometry Laboratory at the University of Minnesota.
This survey is integrated with geo-archaeological, ethnobotanical and ethnozoological studies.
The project is supported by the National Science Foundation (High Risk Exploratory Grant, survey 1995, survey and excavations 2000-2001), the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (survey, 1996),and the Henry Luce Foundation (survey 1997, 1998, 1999 and excavations during 1998 and 1999).
www.bu.edu /asianarc/SUPPORT/archaeology.htm   (893 words)

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