Fire and Archaeology

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The following report presents initial efforts to develop a cultural resources component of the Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) Fire Management Plan. In late summer, 2009, Dr. Robert Brunswig, Director of the University of Northern Colorado's...

Person: Brunswig, Butler, Diggs
Year: 2010
Type: Document

This thesis presents the results and conclusions based on the literature concerning the prehistoric cultural context, the historic-era context of logging and sheep ranching in RNSP, the direct effects of fire on cultural resources from fire and fire...

Person: Allen
Year: 2010
Type: Document

This experimental study is proposed to address the local area needs of Midwest Region units of the National Park Service with regards to the fire/archeology interface. This proposal outlines an experimental project designed to provide park managers...

Person: Sturdevant, Skalsky, Wienk, Schreier
Year: 2009
Type: Project

Today, park managers must routinely balance the restoration needs of natural resources with the preservation of cultural resources. This project was designed to provide park managers with scientific data on the impacts from wildland fire to...

Person: Sturdevant, Skalsky, Wienk, Dolan, Gonzalez, Amrine
Year: 2009
Type: Document

Archaeology is a major resource issue when there is a fire, whether it is a Wildfire, Wildland Fire Use or a prescribed burn. During fires, the Kaibab National Forest often requests archaeologists from other forests and regions to assist with fires on...

Person: Hangan, Lyndon, Reid, Weintraub, Bettenson, Ruff, Gifford, Haines, Robertson
Year: 2008
Type: Document

Over the last three decades, archaeologists employed by federal land management agencies have become increasingly involved in wildland fire incidents. Roles and responsibilities are poorly identified for fire archaeologists, and guidance is limited to...

Person: Haines, Schofer
Year: 2008
Type: Document

Knowledge of past fire regimes is crucial for understanding the changes in fire frequency that are likely to occur during the coming decades as a result of global warming and land-use change. This is a key issue for the sustainable management of forest...

Person: Carcaillet, Bergman, Delorme, Hornberg, Zackrisson
Year: 2007
Type: Document

The objective of the proposed project is to develop a methodology for reconstructing the long-term history of fire frequency and effects on the sage-grass landscapes in the Great Basin, a landscape type for which few studies are available but which...

Person: Barker, Biondi, Gregory, Livingston, Mensing
Year: 2007
Type: Project

Bandelier National Monument and the surrounding Jemez Mountains have a long history of wildland fire. The restoration of fire, as a natural disturbance process, to its historic role at Bandelier is one of the Monument's highest management...

Person: Rodgers, Kemp, Koontz
Year: 2005
Type: Document

The early evolution of the cultural Mediterranean landscape in Israel, with special reference to Mt. Carmel, is described with a holistic landscape-ecological systems approach as the coevolution of the paleolithic food gatherer-hunter and his...

Person: Wasser, Naveh, Carmel
Year: 2004
Type: Document