An archaeological survey of the Litchfield Road Reserve, chainage 14 - 44 km.
Woolfe, Richard; Guse, Daryl; Campbell Project Management Services; Earth Sea Heritage Surveys
Northern Territory. Department of Planning and Infrastructure
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; TR 17/05
The aim of this survey was to locate and record any prescribed archaeological objects or places as defined under the Northern Territory of Australia Heritage Conservation Act 1991; to assess the nature, distribution and significance of archaeologic materials; identify historic places resulting from early non-indigenous settlement, mining and pastoral activities; provide advice and recommendations regarding mitigative procedures and short and long term management strategies for any materials located during the survey. Ensure to the greatest extend possible that sites protected within the terms of the Heritage Conservation Act are not damaged or destroyed by the proposed works. - Introduction
Earth Sea Heritage Surveys was engaged by the Construction Division of IPE through Peter Campbell Project Managers; Prepared for: Campbell Project Management Services and Construction Division, Department of Planning and Infrastructure.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Executive summary -- Results summary -- Introduction -- Environmental and cultural setting -- Background archaeological information -- Methodology -- Archaeological results -- Heritage significance assessment -- Recommendations -- References -- List of attachments
Archaeological surveying; Roadworks
Earth Sea Heritage Surveys
68,  pages : colour illustrations, colour mapS : 30 cm
Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)
Northern Territory Government
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