Book Review: Apocalypse: Earthquakes, Archaeology, and the Wrath of God, by Amos Nur with Dawn Burgess. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008.

Planning and Design of the New Lenox Community Golf Course

Summary of These Olde Pyramids Presentation

The Return of Masonry as a Structural Material

Archaeological and Industrial Analogues for Deep Repository Materials

Cultural Resources as a Criterion in Coastal Zone Management: The Case of Northwestern Baja California, Mexico
It is necessary to begin state legislation in Baja California that serves not as a limit on development, but as a promoting mechanism for archaeological and paleontological rescue and...

Historical Evolution of the Coastal Settlement in Italy: Ancient Times

Archaeology on the Federal Outer Continental Shelf

Shipwreck Management and the CZMA

Saving Time and Money with Archaeology
In the past 20 years, archaeology has become a necessary part of many engineering projects. However, this aspect of a project is often regarded as an obstacle in terms of costs and time....

Prehistoric Engineering Along a Meandering River: An Hypotheses

Tradition and Innovation in Water Use and Reclamation
Of all the arts of food production, none is older or more important than irrigation. Historical and archaeological findings show that irrigation played a major role in the development...





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