2 edition of archaeological resources of planning unit 18 of the Bureau of Land Management found in the catalog.
archaeological resources of planning unit 18 of the Bureau of Land Management
William Harper Doelle
|Statement||by William Doelle, Gordon L. Fritz ; submitted by Cultural Resource Management Section, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona.|
|Series||Archaeological series ; no. 76, Archaeological series (Tucson, Ariz.) -- no. 76.|
|Contributions||Fritz, Gordon L., Arizona State Museum. Cultural Resource Management Section., United States. Bureau of Land Management.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 9 leaves ;|
In addition, amendments to the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA) required federal land managers to “ establish a program to increase public awareness of the significance of the archeological resources located on public lands and Indian lands and the need to protect such resources” ( amendment to ARPA, Sec. 10c). Site Visit Bureau of Land Management Ap Presenters: Carl Zulick, John Keith NPR Representatives: Curt Marshall, Kathy Monahan, Eva Williams, Betsey Currie, Amy Hertz, Steve Rusczyk, Leslie Schwager Organizational Background. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages over million acres of land — about one-eighth of the land in the United States — and .
The Bureau of Land Management's mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. History The BLM was established in , but its roots go back to the years after America’s independence, when the young nation began acquiring additional lands. At first, these lands were used to encourage homesteading and. Archaeological surveys in New Jersey are guided by the HPO's Guidelines for Phase I Archaeological Investigations: Identification of Archaeological Resources, and Guidelines for Preparing Cultural Resources Management Archaeological Report Submitted to the Historic Preservation Office. These guidelines complement the HPO's Guidelines for.
3, land management tract books containing official records of the land status and transactions involving surveyed public lands arranged by state and then by township and range. These books indicate who obtained the land, and include a physical description of the tract and where the land is located. and current land use; known historic and archaeological resources within or near the project area, with sources of information. When complete documentation has been received, the archaeological review proceeds with the examination of the project location to determine if known archaeological sites are recorded within or near the project area.
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New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Publication 9. Shelly, Phillip H. and Kristen E. Wenzel, eds. Archaeological Variation within the Middle Rio Bonito. New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Cultural Resource Publication.
Management of cultural resources on the public lands is primarily determined by the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA). Consistent with FLPMA, the BLM follows the same multiple use principles and the same planning and decision making processes that are followed in managing other resources on the public lands.
BLM HandbooksThe Bureau of Land Management handbooks provide detailed instructions for implementing the policy and direction described in the BLM manual sections. Handbooks provide specific detailed instructions, techniques, procedures, practices, and processes.
Handbooks do not contain broad objectives, policies or assignment of responsibilities. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Contact: Contact the Bureau of Land Management. Main Address: C St., NW Room Washington, DC Email: [email protected] Phone Number: Forms: Bureau of Land Management Forms.
Government branch: Executive Department Sub-Office/Agency/Bureau. Parent. BLM Manuals. The Bureau of Land Management manuals contain policy and procedures to manage programs. BLM manuals define the basic authority for performing tasks and identify who bears the ultimate responsibility for seeing that these tasks are accomplished.
Contracting. The BLM oversees recreational opportunities, commercial activities (livestock grazing, oil and gas development, renewable energy development and initiatives, etc.), wildlife habitat, transportation systems, archaeological sites, wilderness areas, public land.
Character of the Archaeological Resource 11 Assessment of Heritage Significance 12 Archaeological Research Framework 12 Recommended Site Requirements 12 • information about archaeological resources is required as part of broad scale land use planning or management activities, such as subdivision plans, metropolitan.
Bears Ears National Monument is a United States national monument located in San Juan County in southeastern Utah, established by President Barack Obama by presidential proclamation on Decem The monument's original size was 1, acres (2, sq mi; 5, km 2), which was controversially reduced 85% by President Donald Trump on December 4, It is feasible to develop and use value-based management approaches for archaeological resources and the mitigation of impacts to resources at a landscape spatial scale if the man- agement framework, the care and diligence of its implementa- tion, and the interests of the resources, proponent, and land managers are carefully considered.
The BLM Library collection includes a full range of land and natural resource management publications including wildlife, vegetation, soil, air, water, geology, minerals, archaeology, energy, landscape ecology, rangeland, and BLM Library, located at the National Operations Center in.
Includes bibliographical references Based upon reconnaissance and inventory of archaeological remains between and conducted for: the State Director Bureau of Land Management by the Director University of Colorado Archaeological Research Center, Mesa Verde National Park, in fulfillment of Contract 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.
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This book reports on the proceedings of a workshop held in Greece near the ancient site of Corinth, where an international group of professionals gathered to discuss challenges faced by archaeological sites in the Mediterranean and to examine management planning methods that might generate effective conservation strategies.
United States. Bureau of Land Management: Challis Planning Unit, MFP amendment and wilderness, proposed: environmental impact statement. () (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Bureau of Land Management: Challis resource area, Upper Columbia - Salmon Clearwater districts: environmental impact statement.
() (page images at. contiguous portions of a resource in that same county should be assigned the same archaeological site number (See Appendix A). Although historical records may identify a potential resource within the project area, the resource must be investigated in person to record the physical evidence of archaeological.
resources based on the user's need for information. For example, a thematic survey may focus exclusively on the identification of a certain type of resource or a reconnaissance survey may be conducted to develop a management plan for a large tract of land.
The submission of records not produced as the result of surveys are also encouraged. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) was established in through the consolidation of the General Land Office (created in ) and the U.S.
Grazing Service (formed in ). The functions of the BLM are also addressed in the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of (FLPMA). The BLM is responsible for carrying out a variety of programs for.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering public oversight over million acres (1, km 2), it governs one eighth of the country's landmass. President Harry S. Truman created the BLM in by combining two existing agencies: the General Land Office and the Grazing Service.
(10) The issuance of new or revised site, unit, or activity-specific management plans for public use, land use, or other management activities when only minor changes are planned. Examples could include an amended public use plan or fire management plan.
(11) Natural resource damage assessment restoration plans, prepared under sections. (Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING DIVISIONS OF THE GENERAL LAND .Archaeology in the BLMThe study of archaeology provides the BLM with critical information about land use over time.
Archaeologists study cultural resources to gather this information. A cultural resource is physical evidence of past human activity. This can be a site where ancient humans lived, ancient rock art, or more modern evidence of human activity, like a railroad.resources, such ashid and locatable minerals, riparian resource, wildlife and fsh habitat, and livestock grazing.
'Based on the management plans, the Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service develop allotment management plans and issue grazing permits for those allotments, which present decisions on grazing at a more detailed level.