1 edition of Archaeological impact assessment guidelines. found in the catalog.
Archaeological impact assessment guidelines.
by Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation, and Culture, Archaeology and Outdoor Recreation Branch in Victoria BC
Written in English
|Contributions||Apland, Brian., Kenny, Ray Allan., Germann, Carlos.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/01562 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||89220417|
• Statements of Heritage Impact (). The Archaeological Assessment Guidelines are a particularly helpful companion document to refer to when considering or producing an AMP. In particular, they provide information relevant to: • physical assessment procedures to . The archeological impact assessment (AIA) is a stage of cultural-resource management focusing on the impacts a project may have on archeological sites. It .
whether an archaeological resource, deposit, site or feature is of cultural value – a ‘relic’. The assessment will result in a succinct statement of heritage significance that summarises the values of the place, site, resource, deposit or feature. For archaeological sites that have been assessed as containing ‘relics’File Size: KB. ADVERTISEMENTS: Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment: The environmental impact assessment in India was started in , when the planning commission asked the Department of Science and Technology to examine the river valley projects from environmental angel. This was subsequently extended to cover those projects, which required approval of the Public Investment .
Standard and guidance for historic environment desk-based assessment 1 Application 5 2 Principles: the code of conduct and other regulations of CIfA 6 3 Procedures 6 Project Identification 6 Briefs/project outlines, specifications and project designs 7 Sources and data collection 8 Assessment of significance 9 Reports 10 File Size: KB. An archaeological impact assessment involves the survey and testing of a development area prior to ground alteration. The impact assessment is designed to both inventory and assess all the archaeological resources that could be affected by the project. Recommendations are then formulated which help the client in choosing a suitable approach to designing, planning and implementing a development.
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Archaeological Impact Assessment Guidelines. Preface. This document applies principally to development projects which are reviewable under British Columbia's Environmental Assessment Act.
As such, the procedures for archaeological resource assessment and review articulate with the three stage assessment process provided for in that legislation. Archaeological Impact Assessment. The assessment includes recommendations to manage the expected impact of property development on the site.
Sites are located and recorded, and site significance is evaluated to assess the nature and extent of expected impacts. Location: Archaeology Branch PO Box Stn Prov Govt Victoria, BC V8W 9W3.
Cite this Record. British Columbia Archaeological Impact Assessment Guidelines. Brian Apland, Ray Kenny. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 2. staging the impact assessment and the reporting requirements. 2 Archaeological Impact Assessment Procedure.
The archaeological impact assessment procedure is composed of two principal components: assessment and impact management. Assessment is primarily concerned with the inventory and evaluation of archaeological. Archaeological impact assessments (AIAs) are often commissioned as part of the heritage component of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and are required under Section 38(1) of the National Heritage Resources Act NHRA of (Act 25 of ), Section 38(8) of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) and the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA).
Before approving a land development project regulated by legislation, the approval authority for the project requires an archaeological assessment of all lands that are part of the project. Assessments are required Archaeological impact assessment guidelines.
book the land is known to have an archaeological site on it, or has the potential to have archaeological resources. Archaeological Impact Assessment. Archaeological impact assessments may be required by planning permission conditions or schedules of planning applications – either in the grant of planning permission or a request for further information.
Impact assessments take place before construction. Archaeological impact assessments take the form of. Archaeological Impact Assessment The objective of the province's heritage management policy is to conserve the heritage resources of the various peoples of New Brunswick so that the tangible evidence of our past is preserved for future generations by working with those developing our Province.
Archaeological Impact Assessment Guidelines: A web page providing guidelines for archaeological impact assessments. Note that Appendix A includes guidelines for report content with a detailed outline.
Archaeological Site Form Guide. The 17th of May saw the gathering of a large contingent of Cultural Resource Management (CRM) professionals from the Association of Southern African Professional Archaeologists (ASAPA) in Irene, close to Centurion in South Africa.
The aim of the. An Archaeological Desk Based Assessment Report or Archaeological Impact Assessment Report is often the first element of archaeological involvement in a development project. Primarily a requirement at project design phase, it is at this stage that only the provision of the most accurate and well researched information will be of value in helping.
Archaeological Impact Assessment 1. 1 Introduction This report assesses the archaeological implications of developing lands in Gorteens townland near Belview Port, Co.
Kilkenny. The study area is located on the northern bank of the River Suir, to the west of the confluence of the Suir and Barrow rivers (Figs. 1 & 2). The. An Archaeological Impact Assessment (AIA) identifies if archaeological resources are in conflict through visual inspection and subsurface testing prior to ground alteration.
This field visit, completed by a qualified archaeologist with one or two field assistants, will assess the. COVID Resources.
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THE INTEGRATED ASPECTS OF AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (AIA) IN SOUTH AFRICA. The archaeological impact assessment was carried out by Dr J. Kinahan of Quaternary Research Services, P.O. BoxWindhoek. Terms of Reference The sub-consultancy agreement between Enviro Dynamics and QRS concerning the Kunene Oshivelo powerline archaeological impact assessment sets out the following terms of reference designed to meetFile Size: 1MB.
Archaeological impact assessment: the BREBEMI Project (Italy) Article (PDF Available) in Archaeological Prospection 18() April with Reads How we measure 'reads'. expand/collapse AGS2 Guidelines for writing archaeological assessments.
These guidelines (pdf, kb) were prepared to assist the archaeological community with the preparation of archaeological assessments. They are not prescriptive, but intend to convey our view on appropriate standards developed within the framework of best practice for archaeological and heritage management in New.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT TECHNICAL GUIDELINES 1 _____ SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION These guidelines define the minimum field and reporting requirements for archaeological assessments conducted in advance of development.
To ensure clarity and continuity, the different steps of an archaeological assessment have been identified as “Stages”.File Size: 68KB. Archaeological Impact Assessment Report, Aughinish, Co. Limerick. LDA Page 10 Plate 6: View from south of beach and mudflats south of service area. Note jetty and service area in background 4 Archaeological & historic background of the Shannon Estuary Preamble.
Archaeological assessments are completed in a staged fashion, as required by provincial government regulations. Stage 1. Archaeological assessment is a detailed background study of the land use and geological history of the property and its topographic, physical and historical setting.Phase 1 CRM Assessment: An Impact Assessment which identifies archaeological and heritage sites, assesses their significance and comments on the impact of a given development on the sites.
Recommendations for site mitigation or conservation are also made during this phase.impact assessment be conducted prior to any ground disturbance within the development zone.
In JuneDavis Archaeological Consultants Limited was contracted by AMEC Earth and Environmental to conduct an archaeological resource impact assessment of the study area prior.