Survey-Data Recovery

Site Survey and Data Recovery

Include locating and evaluating newly discovered cultural resources, sites from past projects and documented resources; assessing the likelihood that significant prehistoric resources may be present.  At Eetza, we conduct Class III, pedestrian field surveys to relocate previously identified resources, locate and document new resources that are present (using IMACS site forms).  An archaeological excavation traditionally is a way to mitigate or minimize impacts to significant historic properties, most of our team members have 35 to 40 years experience conducting archaeological excavations in the states of California, Idaho, Washington, Oregon but principally in Nevada.  Site evaluation is the step for determination of National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) site eligibility, followed by the preparation of a technical report presenting the survey results.

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Photos by Patti DeBunch