3 edition of A cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Claude N. Warren, Martha Knack, Elizabeth von Till Warren ; Eric W. Ritter, general editor.|
|Series||Cultural resources publications|
|Contributions||Knack, Martha C., Warren, Elizabeth, 1934-, Ritter, Eric W., United States. Bureau of Land Management. Desert Planning Staff., United States. Bureau of Land Management. California State Office., University of Nevada, Las Vegas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
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Cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units. Riverside, CA.: Bureau of Land Management, Desert Planning Staff, (OCoLC) Online version: Warren, Claude N., Cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units.
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A cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Warren, Claude N., Cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units. This overview is an attempt to pull together existing cultural resource data and to evaluate those resources of the Amargosa-Mojave Basin planning units.
It is our goal to provide an evaluation and a description of the data that may be used as a basis for educated management of the cultural resources. These are divided into archaeological, ethnographic and historic resources with a section of Cited by: 1. A cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units / By Claude N.
Warren, Eric W. Ritter, Elizabeth Warren, Martha C. Knack, Las Vegas. University of. The vegetation of the Colorado Desert planning unit is tied closely to the climate, soild and topography of the area.
Salinity, water availability and cultural book. book by christopher p mcpadden. A Cultural Resource Overview for the Amargosa-Mojave Basin. A Cultural Resources Overview of the Colorado Desert Planning Units. BLM Cultural Resources Publication, Bureau of Land Management, California.
Warren, Claude N., Martha Knack, and Elizabeth von Till Warren. A Cultural Resource Overview for the Amargosa-Mojave Basin Planning Units.
BLM Cultural Resources Publication, Bureau of Land. Elizabeth von Till Warren (born Ap ) is an American historian and preservationist. She has expertise in the history of water development in the Mojave Desert and the Las Vegas Valley in particular.
She also has expertise in the historical route of the Old Spanish Trail in Southern Nevada. She is married to Claude have four children: Claude Jr., Susan, Louis, and Jonathan. An archaeological inventory report of the Owlshead/Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units of the southern California desert area / by Richard H.
Brooks, Richard Wilson and Sheilagh Brooks ; prepared for the United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, California Desert District The District Riverside, CA A combined summary of the management framework plans for the Belt Mountains and Fergus Planning Units.
by United States. Bureau of Land Management. Judith Resource Area A cultural resource overview for the Amargosa-Mojave basin planning units A cultural resources overview of the Carson and Humboldt Sinks, Nevada: for. Book Title Archaeological Inventory Report of the Owlshead / Amargosa-Mojave Basin Planning Units of the Southern California Desert Area; Pages 55 - 65 Publisher Cultural Resource Publications; Document Type chapter Language English Location NPS.
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