Fire and Archaeology

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From the text...'The Department of Defense, as stewards of military lands, considers cultural resource protection a part of its central mission, 'the defense of the United States - its people, its land, and its heritage.' At Eglin Air...

Person: Wright, Stewart, Swain, Shreve
Year: 2001
Type: Document

From the text... 'Because maize is a plant that requires human cultivation for survival, we can infer from the distribution of maize pollen that sedentary agriculturalists were present at La Selva by 2700 B.P. This interpretation is consistent...

Person: Horn, Kennedy
Year: 2001
Type: Document

This bibliography is a by-product of a joint effort between the National Park Service and the USFS Fire Sciences Lab to produce a review of knowledge on fire effects on cultural resources. The bibliography does include some references on the historical...

Person: Rude, Jones
Year: 2001
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