Results of a Limited Subsurface Cultural Resource Backhoe

Results of a Limited Subsurface Cultural Resource Backhoe

2.4 Cultural Resources - San Diego County

2.4 Cultural Resources December 2016 6653 Warner Ranch EIR 2.4-1 2.4 Cultural Resources This section provides an analysis of impacts to cultural resources that would result from the Subsurface testing was conducted, which included a series of eight backhoe trenches that were excavated at the site in 2011. No cultural material was

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PHASE 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCE SURVEY A.P.Nos. …

archaeological cultural resources in the project area, evaluate the potential for additional surface or subsurface resources to be present, and when possible assess the importance of the identified resources in terms of scientific and cultural values, and assess the potential impact of the proposed project on those resources.

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Larry Wilcoxon - Academia.edu

Results of a Limited Archaeological Subsurface Testing Program at Sites W-1, W-2 and W-3 On Windermere Ranch, West Camino Cielo Road, Santa Barbara County, California more by Larry Wilcoxon Publication Date: 1993

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The City of San Antonio - Official City Website > Home

CULTURAL RESOURCE SURVEY OF HIGH structures, and roads. Based on the results of the archaeological back- ground records review in December 2004 and consultation with Ms. Kay Hindes of the City of San Antonio Historic Preservation Office (HPO), the current investigation concentrated on a subsurface investigation with backhoe trenching of

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Results of a Limited Subsurface Cultural Resource Backhoe

Results of a Limited Subsurface Cultural Resource Backhoe Testing Program For GTE's Proposed Remote Equipment Building at 3500 Numancia Street, Santa Ynez, California. Larry R. Wilcoxon. 1991 ( tDAR id: 54296)

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Class III Survey and Testing of Cultural Resources in

artifact types and occupation in the area based on subsurface materials to 0 complement details already known from survey. Excavation (including backhoe trenches) showed that this potential was limited by postdepositional activities at the site. With the exception of Feature 1, the five excavated features were largely deflated.

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Report for the Finding of No Effect to Archeological and

trenching) direct subsurface examination results, MAC concludes that the probability for and consisted of a limited program of backhoe trenching in Area B in order to determine if any This report presents the results of this cultural resource survey. Following this introduction, the following sections present the environmental and

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SURVEY AND TESTING AT THE PROPOSED DOS RIOS …

collected. Subsurface testing included a shovel test and two backhoe trenches. The shovel test was placed in the northern area of the site where potential for cultural materials appeared to be best. The backhoe trenches were placed at the north and …

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Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of the

The results of Horizon's intensive cultural resources survey of the proposed 31-ha (77-ac) Pinecrest Energy Center site were described in the technical report entitled Intensive backhoe trenching, as appropriate, would be warranted within any areas of proposed new or cultural resources inventory and assessment of the proposed location

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AVAILABILITY OF LANDS, SUBSURFACE CONDITIONS, …

Subsurface Conditions Unless the Contract Documents stipulate specific quantities and units of rock or unsuitable soils, the Contractor shall assume material below the surface of the Earth to be earth and other material that can be removed by power shovel or similar equipment. Should conditions encountered below the surface of the ground be at variance to the number of unit …

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Cultural Resources Extent Testing of 7.13 Acres within the

Fifty-five backhoe trenches—totaling 1,080.5 linear meters—were excavated, resulting in the discovery of three subsurface features, including two prehistoric canals and one natural depression. The locations of these features were mapped and basic descriptive information about them was recorded.

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Archaeological Testing of Site 41BX518 and other High

locale of high archaeological potential as significant buried cultural materials might be associated with the locally prominent knoll land form. This report presents the results of limited testing within selected portions of the FM 2790 roadway conducted by A. Joachim McGraw of the SDHPT cultural resources staff during May 10-11 and May 16-19

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Cultural Resource Testing, Evaluation, and Monitoring of

significant subsurface features and cultural deposits. As a result of testing and monitoring, LA 100359. LA100361, LA104309, LA104311, and LA108856 are considered significant and eligible for nomination to the NRHP. IA100360, LA104308, and LA104310 are not considered to be significant or eligible for nomination to the NRHP.

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Phase IB Archaeological Monitoring Report for the

Project plans called for limited subsurface disturbances during the construction of terraces and seawall restoration. As per the approved Phase IB Archaeological Work Plan, no subsurface disturbances in the APE by mechanical means (i.e. backhoe) could occur at depths greater than 4". This condition was observed by the construction crew.

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Cultural Resources/Archaeological Services - Padre

Monitoring results are reported in monthly cultural resources reports and placed in compliance files. In fall 2013, Padre's subcontractors prepared and successfully executed controlled backhoe testing within a California Register of Historical Resources-eligible site to mitigate impacts from affected soil removal.

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Archaeological Testing of Site 41BX518 and other High

locale of high archaeological potential as significant buried cultural materials might be associated with the locally prominent knoll land form. This report presents the results of limited testing within selected portions of the FM 2790 roadway conducted by A. Joachim McGraw of the SDHPT cultural resources staff during May 10-11 and May 16-19

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SUBCHAPTER 2.4 CULTURAL RESOURCES

Cultural Resource Survey prepared by Sue Wade (Heritage Resources 2009), (4) Cultural results from these previous cultural resources studies are discussed below. limited trenching on the west side of the ranch road to determine if subsurface deposits related to

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Cultural Resource Testing, Evaluation, and Monitoring of

significant subsurface features and cultural deposits. As a result of testing and monitoring, LA 100359. LA100361, LA104309, LA104311, and LA108856 are considered significant and eligible for nomination to the NRHP. IA100360, LA104308, and LA104310 are not considered to be significant or eligible for nomination to the NRHP.

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Arroyo de los Muertos and Other Prehistoric Terrace Sites

Cultural Resource Management and Policy Analysis Commons,Historic Preservation and Location of Backhoe Trenches at 41 WB 12 Project 5. Location of Backhoe Trenches and Excavation Units were utilized to obtain subsurface cultural data. The application of backhoe

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Phase I Guidelines

Apr 04, 2019 · Each situation should be assessed individually to determine whether the cultural resource potential is in fact limited by any special condition. When heavy equipment such as a backhoe is employed for subsurface exploration, the total volume of excavated earth is usually too great to screen in its entirety, and sampling is necessary

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