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Jim Eighmey

Palomar Anthropology

Cultural Resource Management

Anth 121 – Cultural Resource Management: Provides background and practical knowledge about the legal and operational framework of applied archaeology or cultural resource management (CRM). Historical and legal contexts focus on key legislation, such as the National Historic Preservation Act and the California Environmental Quality Act. The operational context focuses on the phases of CRM research in the context of technological innovations, budget and time constraints, Native American consultation, and the goals of CRM technical reports. This class is offered every two years.

Unit Excavation

Clovis Point

Last modified on August 13, 2018