- After the Smoke Clears: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Assessing the Effect of Wildland Fires on Traditional Cultural Properties - Report, 2008 (Legacy 07-370) [6.77 MB]
This report describes the authors' efforts to assist Cultural Resource Managers in evaluating damage and taking proactive measures to prevent damage to Traditional Cultural Properties in wildfire events. During a 2007 collaborative symposium, it was determined what procedures to incorporate prior to, during, and after a wildland fire event. Jeffrey Hokanson, Alyssa Wright, and Karen Kempton.
- Cultural Resources in the Department of Defense: Planning for the Future Challenges, Issues, Trends, Innovation - Presentation, 2006 [1.42 MB]
This presentation describes the challenges, issues, trends, and innovations in cultural resource management, particularly archaeology, in the DoD at that time. Laurie Rush and Russell Kaldenberg.
- Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan Molokai Receiver Station Palayau, Molokayi Island, Maui County, Hawai'i - Plan, 2006 [3.38 MB]
This plan was prepared for use by the U.S. Air Force Molokai Receiver Station facility to help guide and advise on responsibilities and to assist with the protection, preservation, and enhancement of the prehistoric and historic resources under their jurisdiction. Maurice Major.
- Desert-wide Cultural Resource protection in the Mojave Desert - Report, 2006 (Legacy 05-257) [796 KB]
This report describes the authors efforts to 1) determine the nature and severity of site protection problems within the Mojave Desert, 2) examine successful site protection programs within the United States, 3) examine the data collected in the first two goals, and 4) summarize the finding and make recommendations regarding the feasibility of developing a regional site protection plan for the Mojave Desert. A. Michael Pappalardo and Matt Goodwin.
- Hardening Nineteenth Century Sites: Best Management Practices (Legacy 06-303) [101 KB]
This one-page summary describes the development and implementation of systematic methods for evaluating deteriorating nineteenth-century properties, safely removing vegetation, designing feature specific treatments, and implementing site protection, and to demonstrate that these methods can work for a wide range of military installations and many types of historic features. Laurie W. Rush.
- Historic Preservation Plan for the Kahuku Training Area, O'ahu, Hawai'i - Plan, 1996 (Legacy 93-0539) [53.12 MB]
This Historic Preservation Plan was prepared for use by the Commanding Officer and staff of the Kahuku Training Area to help guide and advise on responsibilities and to assist with the protection, preservation, and enhancement of the prehistoric and historic resources under their jurisdiction. Lisa Anderson and Scott Williams.