- The US Air Force CRM Program Meets the Challenges of Digital Data Curation: A Case Study Using tDAR - Article, 2019 [467 KB]
This case study examines the United States Air Force installations' use of the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR). The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) is a digital archive and repository designed to curate archaeological and cultural heritage documents, images, datasets, and other digital files.
- Building tDAR: Review, Redaction, and Ingest of Two Reports - Report, 2011 [2.05 MB]
This short report summarizes the work that went into preparing and redacting sensitive information from archaeological reports, entering relevant metadata, and uploading the documents to the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) server.
- Current DoD Needs for CRM: Archaeology - Laurie Rush, Fort Drum, NY and Russell Kaldenberg, NAWS China Lake, CA [1.42 MB]
- Department of Defense Guidelines for the Curation of Archaeological Soil Samples (DOC), Report (Legacy) [46 KB]
- Map Production for the Paleoindian Archaeology and Late Pleistocene/Early Holo [344 KB]
The Paleoindian Archaeology and Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Shorelines on Department of Defense (DoD) Installations project maps were developed to aid DoD cultural resource managers identifying potential locations of sites that might yield evidence of Paleomaritime or aquatic culture. The primary product is the reference map, National Map of Potential Paleoindian Sites on Military Bases which uses a single criterion and simple GIS analysis to demonstrate such potential. This report describes the GIS techniques and datasets employed to generate the maps.