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Type: Report
Author(s): Margaret Hangan; Michael Lyndon; Connie Reid; Neil Weintraub; Brit Bettenson; Chris Ruff; Dave Gifford; Jeremy Haines; Steward S. Robertson
Publication Date: 2008

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 the Kaibab. This document is designed to be a resource for the Kaibab Fire Program and visiting archaeologists to guide them regarding the Kaibab fire protocols, safety protocol for working with heavy equipment, acceptable approaches to preserving sensitive heritage resources, post suppression rehabilitation, and data recording and management standards. Also included are examples of site recordation and report forms, guidelines for identifying artifacts, a Memorandum of Understanding regarding Wildfire Use fires and the R3 Amended Programmatic Agreement with the Arizona State Historic Preservation Officer, and Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Information.

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Link to this document (791 KB; pdf)
Citation: Hangan, Margaret; Lyndon, Michael; Reid, Connie; Weintraub, Neil; Bettenson, Brit; Ruff, Chris; Gifford, Dave; Haines, Jeremy; Robertson, Steward S. 2008. Wildland fire guidelines for archaeologists on the Kaibab National Forest. 61 p

Cataloging Information

  • archaeology
  • cultural resources
  • fire management
  • Kaibab National Forest
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FRAMES Record Number: 16552