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Archaeology

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Due Diligence

Determine the likely archaeological and historic preservation compliance issues associated with a tract.  

Phase I Archaeological Survey

Includes background research on known and potential sites and the systematic evaluation of a property to identify any cultural properties that may be located within a tract.

Phase II Archaeological Testing

Is used to make a formal Determination of Eligibility for sites that possess enough integrity to be considered potentially eligible for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places.

Phase III Archaeological Data Recovery

Are large-scale excavations designed to recover the data a site contains before a project proceeds and the site is lost .

Site Monitoring

Construction monitoring may be required by state or federal review agencies to make sure that cultural resources are not inadvertently disturbed or destroyed .

Laboratory

All of the cultural artifacts recovered from archaeological projects must be washed, cataloged, analyzed, and prepared for curation .

Architectural History

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Architectural Survey

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Historic Structure Reports

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Historic Preservation Planning

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Cultural Resource Management Plans

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Curation and Collection Management

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Public Interpretation

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Posters and Brochures

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Interpretive Panels and Displays

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Biological Anthropology

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Human Remains Identifications

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Reburial

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Historic Cemetery Surveys

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Geophysics

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Ground-Penetrating Radar

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is a high-resolution near-surface geophysical technique that has proven to be useful for identifying archaeological remains non-invasively.

Metal Detecting

Modern metal detectors provide archaeologists with an excellent tool for surveying historic sites, locate former structures and mapping site landscapes with limited excavation.