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Recent Submissions

  • SPBAC Minutes November 18, 2020

    University of Arizona Strategic Planning and Budget Advisory Committee (SPBAC), /
  • SPBAC Minutes November 4, 2020

    University of Arizona Strategic Planning and Budget Advisory Committee (SPBAC) (The University of Arizona, 2020-11-04)
  • Data Droduct Naming Overview

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2018)
  • Current Rexis Pipeline Gantt Chart

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2018)
  • Crab cal ARF

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • The 1982-1984 Excavations at Las Colinas: Research Design [No. 162 Vol. 1]

    Heathington, Carol Ann; Gregory, David A. (Arizona State Museum, The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1985)
    This volume presents the research design constructed to guide both the field work and analysis stages of the Las Colinas Project. It is the first in a series of seven volumes covering the project; the remaining volumes will document and interpret the substantive results of the research. The seven volumes are collectively designated as Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series 162. The Las Colinas Project was conducted by the Cultural Resource Management Division of the Arizona State Museum, under my direction. The work was performed under the provisions of Contract 82-10, Project I-10-2(86) with the Arizona Department of Transportation, and was sponsored by that agency, in cooperation with the Federal Highways Administration. In accordance with state and federal laws, the project was designed to mitigate the impacts to archaeological resources which would result from the construction of a segment of Interstate Highway 10. The primary focus of the project was on the large Sedentary and Clasic period Hohokam site of Las Colinas, AZ T:12:10 (ASM), but work was also undertaken at AZ T:12:38 (ASM), a much smaller site located within the freeway corridor and some 3 kilometers west of Las Colinas. Excavations at Las Colinas were accomplished during two field seasons, from September 1982 to April 1983, and from October 1983 to February 1984; the second field season was necessitated by the addition of some 10,000 square meters of new right-of-way to the project area, an alteration in the scope of work which occurred in April of 1983, as the originally proposed field work was nearing completion. Field studies of the canals and related features at the site were con- ducted during June and July of 1983 under the direction of Fred L. Nials. A field laboratory operated during both field seasons, and in-house analyses of the materials recovered began in February of 1983 and were completed in August of 1984. (Excerpt from Preface)
  • The 1985 Excavations at the Hodges Site, Pima County, Arizona [No. 170]

    Arizona State Museum, The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1986
    In 1985 Pima County Department of Transportation contracted with the Cultural Resource Management Division of the Arizona State Museum to mitigate the adverse effects on the Hodges Site that would result from the renovation of Ruthrauff Road in northwestern Tucson, Arizona. Seventeen architectural features and numerous pit features were present. During the six-week period of data recovery 13 architectural features and 6 extramural features were excavated or sampled. The structures date from the Rillito phase to the Tanque Verde phase. In addition to the feature descriptions, this report presents detailed information on archival research, ceramics, chipped stone, small artifacts and ground stone, floral remains (flotation and pollen), mortuary treatment, and fauna! remains. The archival chapter and appendices present descriptive data from all the mortuary and architectural features excavated in the late 1930s by Isabel Kelly.
  • Copper Bell Trade Patterns in the Prehispanic U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico [No. 187]

    Vargas, Victoria D. (Arizona State Museum, The University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ), 1995)
    The nature and extent of interaction between prehispanic Mesoamerica and the U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico has been debated by archaeologists for decades. This work investigates interaction between these areas based upon the stylistic, temporal, and geographic distribution of copper bells in the North American Southwest. Copper bells (also called crotals) have been identified in the past as probable mesoamerican trade items which may have been used as prestige goods. The copper bell inventory is used as the primary data set in the distributional analyses in Chapter 5 and builds upon past inventories by Pendergast (1962a) and Sprague and Signori (1963). Previously undocumented copper bells are added to these inventories. The updated inventory contains 622 bells from 93 sites from the U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico and is presented in Chapter 4. The possible origin(s) of these copper bells is also addressed in this study. The evidence presented by Di Peso et al. (1974) for copper production at Paquime, also known as Casas Grandes, in Northwest Chihuah~ Mexico is evaluated. West Mexico, known as a copper producing area, is also considered as a possible origin of bells found at sites in the U.S. Southwest and Northwest Mexico. (Excerpt from Introduction)
  • Contingency Plans

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2016)
  • CosmoQuest Calibration and Testing Plan

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • Contamination Knowledge Information and Reports

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • Connolly-STM 2 Presentation

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2013)
  • Color as a Proxy for Grain Size

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • CMWG Report Material Density and Porosity

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2013)
  • Closed Action Items

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2014)
  • Clark Characterization Testing.

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission; 2015 (2015)
  • Citizen Science for Rock Counting

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • CDD Spectral Calibration from Internal Calibration Data

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • Carbonaceous Meteorite Working Group

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)
  • Bringing AltWG DTMS into ISIS3

    OSIRIS-REx Asteroid Sample Return Mission (2019)

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