Date of this Version
U.S. Department of Interior, Archeological Assistance Program Technical Brief No. 12, December 1991.
The recognition that archeological sites form a class of non-renewable resources has become a key element of the legislative and regulatory proves during the last several decades. In the past the principal alternative used to mitigate adverse effects on significant archeological resources subject to construction or other kinds of land development has simply been systematic archeological excavation.
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Corps of Engineers
Department Of Agriculture
National Clearinghouse for Archeological Site Stabilization
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