Fire and Archaeology

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In 1989 the Long Mesa fire burned approximately 3000 acres in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. The fire spread along the top of Long Mesa and the adjacent canyons covering an area containing approximately 200 known archeological sites. Because of...

Person: Shaw, Aldon, LoSapio, Fiero
Year: 1995
Type: Document

In 1989 the Long Mesa fire burned approximately 3000 acres in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado The fire spread along the top of Long Mesa and the adjacent canyons covering an area containing approximately 200 known archeological sites. Because of the...

Person: Shaw, Aldon, LoSapio, Fiero
Year: 1995
Type: Document

From the text... 'The purpose of this report is to attempt to evaluate the evidence for widespread human manipulation of the environment in the Midwestern United States. The study will focus primarily on the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,...

Person: Bray
Year: 1995
Type: Document

From the Introduction ... 'Before ecosystem management can be implemented or ecological integrity preserved, long-term ecosystem states and processes must first be quantified. For as Aldo Leopold noted over 40 years ago, 'if we are serious...

Person: Willms, Dormaar, Kay
Year: 1995
Type: Document

Stratified archaeological deposits from the Little Tennessee River watershed have yielded a 10,000-year record of vegetational cahnge reflecting both geomorphic events and the utilization of plant resources by American Indians. Changes in composition...

Person: Chapman, Delcourt, Cridlebaugh, Shea, Delcourt
Year: 1982
Type: Document

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Person: Hough
Year: 1926
Type: Document