3 edition of Landscape archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin found in the catalog.
Landscape archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin
1990 by Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico in [Albuquerque] .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Kurt F. Anschuetz, William H. Doleman, and Richard C. Chapman ; with contributions by Terence C. Blair ... [et al.] ; submitted by Richard C. Chapman.|
|Contributions||Anschuetz, Kurt F., Doleman, William H., Chapman, Richard C., University of New Mexico. Office of Contract Archeology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
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William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman, Jeanne A. Schutt Author: William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman, Jeanne A. Schutt, Marilyn K. Swift, Kathleen D. Morrison. Cite this Record.
Landscape Archeology In the Southern Tularosa Basin: Archeological Distributions and Prehistoric Human Ecology.
William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman, Ronald L. Stauber, June-El Piper. (tDAR id: )Author: William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman, Ronald L. Stauber, June-El Piper.
Cite this Record. Landscape Archeology In the Southern Tularosa Basin: Small Site Distributions and Geomorphology. Kurt F.
Anschuetz, William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman. (tDAR id: )Author: Kurt F. Anschuetz, William H. Doleman, Richard C. Chapman. Joe The Book Guy × Menu. Home; Joe’s Blog Prehistory, and History.
A Walk Through Time–The Tularosa Basin’s Past: The Basin’s Resources, Environment, Prehistory, and History $ 1 in stock. Add to cart. Add to Wishlist. Landscape Archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin, Volume 1: Small Site Distributions and. The plot hinges on secrets held within the White Sands missile range and Tularosa Basin, which the redoubtable hero, Kevin Kerney, explores on horseback with his love interest, Army investigator Sara Bannon.
There are mountains, crevices, escarpments, gullies, petroglyphs, and caves with hidden treasure.4/5(). Cite this Record. Archaeological Survey In the Southern Tularosa Basin of New Mexico. David L. Carmichael.
(tDAR id: ). Carmichael ( ) noted that in the southern Tularosa Basin habitations are clustered in parts of the basin having the greatest agricultural potential in terms of soil and available water. Anderson describes the environment of the southern Tularosa Basin including the geography, flora, fauna, and climate.
She discusses the land use of the area based on the findings of Carmichael's intensive surface survey data of Maneuver Area and also includes several nearby excavated Archaic sites from a range of ecological areas in her data. The Tularosa Basin and the Otero Platform are two of New Mexico's inadequately explored regions for oil and gas potential.
In particular, borehole-mechanical-log cross sections have been virtually absent from the literature.
Isopach maps of the Otero Platform and lithofacies on a scale suitable for this study have not been previously drawn. Over the past three decades, “landscape” has become an umbrella term to describe many different strands of archaeology.
From the processualist study of settlement patterns to the phenomenologist’s experience of the natural world, from human impact on past environments to the environment’s impact on human thought, action, and interaction, the term has been used.
Population aggregation and the Anasazi social landscape: a view from the Four Corners Adler, Michael A., an early archaeological assemblage from Onion Portage, northwest Alaska Anderson, Douglas D.
Archaic period land use in the Southern Tularosa Basin, New Mexico Andreasen, Claus. Landscape archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin book, D. Archaeological survey in the southern Tularosa Basin of New ic and Natural Resources Report 3, Environmental Management Office, Directorate of Engineering and Housing, United States Army Air Defense.
In Landscape Archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin, Volume 1, Small Site Distributions and Geomorphology, edited by K. Anschuetz, W. Doleman, and R. Chapman, Office of Contract. Cultural Process & Landscape Evolution On the Tularosa Basin Floor. Schutt. (tDAR id: ) book Language English Location ARMS, NM HPD Office of Cultural Affairs  tDAR ID (the Digital Archaeological Record).
Geography. The Tularosa Basin is located primarily in Otero covers about 6, sq mi (16, km 2) (35% larger than Connecticut).It lies between the Sacramento Mountains to the east, and the San Andres and Oscura Mountains to the west.
The basin stretches about mi ( km) north–south, and at its widest is about 60 mi ( km) east-west. Rocket development in Roswell, missile launches in the Tularosa Basin, astronomy efforts around the state, and commercial space flights are just a few of the stops along the trail.
Join the journey and discover night skies that are so dark that the Milky Way and its millions of luminous stars create shadows over the desert landscape.3/5(1). Anthropology, Archaeology: Abstract: This study is an analysis of the results of a large scale archeological survey conducted in the southern Tularosa Basin, New Mexico, from to The data provide the basis for a critical evaluation of previous models.
The southern Tularosa Basin (or Hueco Bolson) is an enclosed, internally drained basin with Chihuahua desert-scrub or desert-grassland vegetation communities (Brown, ).
It is also part of the Rio Grande rift system but, in this case, a series of fault troughs with elevated scarps and low-lying playas characterize the topography. Archeology and Landscapes. Erika Martin Seibert “Landscape Archeology is concerned with both the conscious and unconscious shaping of the land: with the processes or organizing space or altering the land for a particular purpose, be it religious, economic, social, political, cultural, or symbolic; with the unintended consequences of land use and alteration; with the role and symbolic content.
Paleoindians, paleolakes and paleoplayas: Landscape geoarchaeology of the Tularosa Basin, New Mexico Article in Geomorphology August with 39 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
In AugustCarl P. Russell, chief of the eastern museum division of the National Park Service (NPS), published in the National Geographic Magazine a stunning photographic essay on the White Sands National Monument.
Accompanied to the Tularosa basin of southern New Mexico by the park service s chief photographer, George A. Grant, Russell wrote movingly of the ecological treasure that. The study focused on areas of the Organ, Hueco, Sacramento, and Franklin Mountains, as well as the grasslands of Otero Mesa and the floor of the southern Tularosa Basin arid Hueco Bolson.
It examined the ranching mining, and railroad activities of present-day. In the Tularosa Basin a predictive model for Paleoindian sites was developed by Wessell et al. () for the White Sands Missile Range, which occupies roughly the northwest quadrant of the Tularosa Basin.
The study incorporated a broad range of landscape settings but was based on a limited (1%) pedestrian survey and literature review. His books, modern police procedurals and family history novels, are mostly set in Southern New Mexico.
The American West trilogy, Hard Country, Backlands, and Last Ranch, is a fictionalized history of the Tularosa Basin and the people who settled the region. The books are impeccably researched and feature some recognizable historical figures.
Landscape archaeology is the study of the ways in which people in the past constructed and used the environment around them. Landscape archaeology is inherently multidisciplinary in its approach to the study of culture, and is used by pre-historical, classic, and historic archaeologists.
Completion in of the Southern Pacific Railway route from Albuquerque to El Paso also provided the Tularosa basin with its best access to the outside world.
Homesteaders followed the large cattle operations of such historical figures as John Chisum, who in had run o head of cattle past the dunes to graze in the northern part. This broad open basin in which different mountain rivulets flow out is defined by an arid steppe vegetation and is surrounded by high mountain ranges in the north and south.
Within the broader landscape of the southern Altai the basin occupies a central place and connects the lower plains around Bu'erjin with the heart of the Altai Mountains.
Angela R. Linse, "Geoarchaeological scale and archaeological interpretation: Examples from the central Jornada Mogollon", Effects of Scale on Archaeological and Geoscientific Perspectives, Julie K.
Stein, Angela R. Linse. InJoan published Material Traces of the Rainhouse: Anthropology and Archeology Investigations of a Native American Landscape in the Tularosa Basin withthe first overview of the findings in the Tularosa Basin written for the layperson. In Landscape Archeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin, Volume I: Small Distributions and Geomorphology, edited by K.
Anschuetz, W. Doleman, and R. Chapman, pp. Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Tularosa Basin to hunt and gather. There are two historic Apache trails that cross the White Sands, one of which passes through tsetosayanela tuseka, a salt lake located just south of the malpais lava flows, indicating Over years ago, bands of Apaches followed herds of bison from the Great Plains to the Tularosa Basin and settled here.
Aro years ago, the earth’s climate began to show signs of change. Areas once green and lush started transforming into the desert landscape we see today. Rainfall in the Tularosa Basin became rare, and the great Lake Otero began to dry.
The once large body of freshwater became only pools of water scattered along the former lakebed. The Battle of Hembrillo Basin in was a military engagement between Victorio's warriors and the United States Army's 9th Calvary of Buffalo Soldiers. The battle ground, located on present-day White Sands Missile Range, is the closest archaeological evidence to the monument of the Apache Wars ( to ).
Landscape Archaeology in Southern Caucasia is the product of a workshop held at the 10th ICAANE in Vienna in Aprilwhich brought together scholars from around the world engaged in archaeological survey and landscape analysis in Southern Caucasia.
Early Formative Period Villages in the Southern Tularosa Basin Christine G. Ward and Phillip O. Leckman The Mesilla phase (A.D. /–) in the Jornada region is known primarily from the excavation of a few villages and some other, smaller residential and logistical sites.
FB, located low on an Organ Mountains alluvial fan, appears. Author: Fitting, James E. Publisher: Department of Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University Pub Date: Binding: Paperback Condition: Fair to Good.
Stapled binding tight, no rust marks. No tears, bends or folds. Previous owner’s stamp on upper front cover corner. Some edge and corner wear. Notes: Southwestern New Mexico Research Reports Number 3. Partial excavation.
Landscape archeology addresses the complex issues of the ways that people have consciously and unconsciously shaped the land around them. Human populations have engaged in a variety of processes in organizing space or altering the landscape around them for a diversity of purposes, including subsistence, economic, social, political, and.The area is in the mountain-ringed Tularosa Basin and comprises the southern part of a square miles field of white sand dunes composed of gypsum crystals.
It is the largest gypsum dune field in the world. Gypsum is rarely found in the form of sand because it is water-soluble. Normally, rain would dissolve the gypsum and carry it to the sea.Landscape Archaeology in the Southern Tularosa Basin: Volume 2, Testing, Excavation, and Analysis, Office of Contract Archaeology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
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