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Rock art and cultural resource management

Georgia Lee

Rock art and cultural resource management

by Georgia Lee

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Published by Wormwood Press in Calabasas, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rock paintings -- Conservation and restoration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Petroglyphs -- Conservation and restoration -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Cultural property -- Protection -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 62-71).

    StatementGeorgia Lee.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN799.P4 L44 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination72 p. :
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1553635M
    ISBN 100937523046
    LC Control Number91033681
    OCLC/WorldCa24428745

    Rock Art; Underwater Archaeology. Cultural Resource Management in California State Parks California State Parks is the steward of many of California's most significant cultural treasures. Whether preserving historic structures, archival documents, shipwrecks, gold rush towns, ancient villages or museum collections, the job of managing heritage. BLM Colorado’s cultural resources program manages archaeological and historical sites and museum collections. Sites include prehistoric camps, Fremont rock art, Ancestral Puebloan masonry pueblos, Ute Tribes traditional cultural sites, the Old Spanish National Historic Trail, and historic mines and ranches. The Anasazi Heritage Center, near the town of Dolores, is one of three.

    William D. Lipe is an archaeologist with expertise in the North American Southwest, archaeological method and theory, and cultural resource management. His Ph.D. (Yale ) was based on fieldwork in the Glen Canyon area of southeastern Utah.   Legal Perspectives on Cultural Resources (Heritage Resource Management Series) by Jennifer R. Richman (Author), Marion P. Forsyth (Author) ISBN

    Oklahoma Archeological Survey. COVID Procedures as of Ap File Search Requests (Revised ) In the wake of COVID, the University of Oklahoma (OU) has implemented procedures geared toward ensuring a safe, healthy campus environment. Cultural and Genetic Contexts for Early Turkey Domestication in the Northern Southwest. American Antiquity 81(1) Lipe, William D. What Do We See When We Look at Rock Art? In Rock Art, A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape, edited by Jonathan Bailey, pp. Johnson Books.


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Mavis Greer Has a Ph.D. from University of Missouri, Columbia. She is co-owner of Greer Services, Archeological Consulting, Casper, Wyoming. Her interests include rock art and ethnohistory of the Northern Plains of North America, tipi ring analysis and cultural resource management.

COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Managing rock sites for their own sake-natural or human-generated damage to rock art sites, careful management planning; Marks deliberately produced by humans-on rock surfaces, termed rock art; Rock art as cultural resource; Rock art sites, more accessible-than most archaeological resources; Rock art, throughout the world-oldest examples Cited by: 1.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Safford District rock art: cultural resource management plan Item Preview remove-circle Rock art and cultural resource management book or Embed This Item.

The aim of this chapter is to review basic components and procedures regarding rock art conservation and management for archaeologists and anybody else who may be interested in such endeavours.

Rock art considered relevant to this chapter includes iconographic pictures, ‘abstract’ designs, and any other artificial discernable markings placed on rock surfaces (including sideward-facing Author: Johannes Loubser. Management of rock art sites entails continuous monitoring of changes in the condition of the site.

Monitoring ensures that changes that occur at the site over time are recorded and controlled. The book will appeal to students and scholars of archaeology, anthropology, heritage, heritage management, identity studies, art history, indigenous studies, and visual theory, as well as professionals and amateurs who have vested or avocational interests in rock art.

with the protection of cultural resources such as archaeological sites, historic resources, rock art, and traditional cultural properties located on federal and tribal lands. Accordingly, a number of programs and initiatives have been implemented over the past few decades to afford the region’s cultural resources an effective level of security.

For a decade he served on the Council of Directors of the ICOMOS International Rock Art Committee (CAR). In he received the Thomas King Award from the Society for California Archaeology for Excellence in Cultural Resource Management. Whitley exceeds the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology.

identified, evaluated, and treated. The files for specific resources have been divided historically between the Historic Resource Inventory (HRI) and the Archaeological Inventory (AI).

That separation has created a number of management problems, as discussed by. New Perspectives in Cultural Resource Management. Whitley Published online: 28 Jul Developing a Monitoring System for Open-air Rock Art in the UK and Ireland. Aron D. Mazel & Myra J. Giesen. A Response to the Recent Review of the Book Reviving Palmyra in Multiple Dimensions: Images, Ruins and Cultural Memory.

ACRA is the trade association supporting and promoting the interests of cultural resource management (CRM) firms in the United States.

ACRA’s member firms employ thousands of cultural resources professionals and undertake many of the CRM studies and investigations in the United States. From Simple to Complex: Cultural Resource Management (continued) Archaeology, Their primary work included sampling at some sites and sketches of rock art.

The Park Service employed few archaeologists during the s. Jesse L. Nusbaum worked out of the regional office in Santa Fe inbut he covered a vast area including much.

The American Rock Art Research Association, founded inhas a mission dedicated to the support of rock art research, conservation, and education. Members of ARARA come from many professions and backgrounds around the United States and other countries, and as such subscribe to ARARA's Code of Ethics as a condition of membership.

Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Abstract Rock Surfaces and Rock Engravings Rock Varnish Dating Approaches Squabbles or Issues of Fact.

Aftermaths and Outcomes References Skip to Article Content ASM Affiliates Inc., a cultural resource management firm, USA. Cultural Resource Management (CRM) is a process that people use to manage and make decisions about scarce cultural resources in an equitable manner.

CRM (also known as Heritage Management) includes cultural landscapes, archaeological sites, historical records, and spiritual places, among other things. Consideration is given to the conservation of open-air rock-art imagery from many periods and cultural traditions across the Old and New Worlds.

This timely volume will be of interest to conservators, managers, and researchers dealing with aesthetic and ethical issues as well as technical and practical matters regarding the conservation of open.

Johannes Loubser from Stratum Unlimited has written published articles and Cultural Resource Management reports. Loubser wrote and illustrated “Archaeology: The Comic” for AltaMira Press and contributed chapters to various edited volumes, including his “Management Planning for Conservation” in David Whitley’s “Handbook of Rock Art Research" and "The Conservation and.

For more on specific rock art sequences, Fremont, Ute, Navajo, and Shoshone rock art, Cole's book is the best resource. As time allows I will add summaries of the above sequences to this page. Paleo-Indian and Archaic According to Cole, there is no Paleo-Indian rock art found in Utah ( 9).

Rock art has been a part of human expression for o years, yet more ancient rock art is lost every day. Increased development and recreational use has led to a correlated increase in the amount of damage occurring to rock art features and associated cultural resources on.

Cultural resource management in contemporary society: Perspectives on managing and presenting the past. / McManamon, Francis P.; Hatton, Alf.

Routledge, p. Research output: Book/Report › Book.The online MA in Cultural Heritage Management program is flexible enough to fit your scheduling needs, as well as interactive, providing an enriching learning atmosphere.

A two-week onsite study seminar adds a tangible, real-world component to your Johns Hopkins experience. She specializes in heritage science and cultural stone decay, with a special focus on rock art.

Her interests also included geomorphology, cartography, cultural resource management, and heritage tourism.

Read Kaelin Groom’s article Heritage in Stone—Assessing the Geologic Stability of Jordan’s Rock Art in the ACOR Blog.