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archaeological data services

  • Cultural Resource Services

    WestLand's team of archaeologists provides consulting services for cultural resource management; our specialists conduct archaeological surveys (Class I through III), cultural resource evaluations, monitoring, archaeological testing, and data recovery for a variety of clients throughout the Southwest. WestLand's staff is well versed in city, ...

    By WestLand Resources, Inc. based in Tucson, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Cultural Resources Services

    Helping our clients successfully complete their projects while preserving the cultural heritage of our society is a passion shared by everyone at Harris Environmental Group. Our archaeologists and anthropologists bring unrivaled experience to recording and protecting pre-historic and historic sites. We understand that our clients not only want to ...

    By Harris Environmental Group, Inc. based in Tucson, ARIZONA (USA).

  • Terrestrial Archaeology

    WCRM brings its clients the expertise of nearly 35 years successfully completing archaeological projects across the West. Since our founding, we have completed more than 2,500 cultural resources projects of all types and scales. These projects have been undertaken to assist our clients in compliance with numerous federal, state, tribal, and local ...

    By Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc. (WCRM) based in Boulder, COLORADO (USA).

  • Cultural Resources Services

    Whether you need to identify and evaluate a scatter of prehistoric stone tools, document a historic homestead, evaluate historic bridges and canals, or conduct ethnographic research with tribes and other groups to identify traditional cultural properties, SWCA’s cultural resource management (CRM) services help you recognize, assess, and ...

    By SWCA Environmental Consultants based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA).

  • Cultural Resource Management Services

    Broadbent’s archaeological team provides cultural resource management (CRM) services including archaeological investigation, architectural inventory, GIS, cultural resources monitoring, and federal, state, and local regulatory compliance.

    By Broadbent & Associates, Inc. (BAI) based in Henderson, NEVADA (USA).

  • GIS & Topography Services

    Photogrammetry is the technique of acquiring measurements from multiple overlapping photographic images taken from different positions. This technique enables the reconstruction of accurate 2D and 3D models of archaeological objects or scenes. Archaeologists are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of this survey technique particularly the ...

    By ArcheoRes - Archaeological Research Group based in Papiano (Perugia), ITALY.

  • Cultural Resources Service

    Archeology - Prehistoric/Historic: How Can Cultural Resources Affect My Project? Laws and Regulations: The federal law that triggers most cultural resources investigations is the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA). Section 106 of the NHPA requires that every federal agency take into account how each of its undertakings, such as ...

    By Horizon Environmental Services, Inc. based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Comprehensive Archaeological Services

    GAI's comprehensive archaeological services are based on more than 35 years of experience. From Phase IA sensitivity modeling through Phase III site mitigation, our dedicated professionals clear the way for new projects by effectively managing prehistoric- and historic-period cultural features.To streamline archaeological studies, GAI routinely ...

    By GAI Consultants Inc. based in Fort Wayne, INDIANA (USA).

  • Archaeological Services

    ECORP's cultural resources staff provides all services required for the identification, evaluation, and treatment of archaeological resources as needed for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. ECORP archaeologists carry out field surveys to identify prehistoric sites including village sites, temporary camps, roasting ...

    By ECORP Consulting Inc. based in Rocklin, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Cultural Resources Service line

  • Archaeological Geophysics Services

    Geophysical surveys are used to create maps of subsurface archaeological features. Features are the non-portable part of the archaeological record, whether standing structures or traces of human activities left in the soil. Geophysical instruments can detect buried features when their electrical or magnetic properties contrast measurably with ...

    By ClearView Geophysics Inc. based in Brampton, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Solar Services

    As demand for renewable energy increases, solar developers are faced with a complex challenge: how to maintain aggressive permitting schedules mandated by tax credit legislation, Renewable Portfolio Standards, and other economic incentives while substantively addressing the environmental concerns of stakeholders and regulators, including large ...

    By Ecology and Environment Inc. (E&E) based in Lancaster, NEW YORK (USA). from Renewable Energy Service line

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