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Working from this foundation, Patrick Trader composed the text and compiled the appendices for the current edition, developing a comprehensive and useful document. West Virginia Division of Highways staff members Rodney De Mott, Matt Wilkerson and Roger Wise provided comments and guidance. Michael Anslinger of Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. In order to be considered as Principal Investigator for archaeological investigations, a person must satisfy the following requirements: MA/MS or Ph. in Archaeology or Anthropology or closely related field plus At least 1 year full-time professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archaeological administration or management.The WVSHPO would like to recognize the many individuals that contributed to this process. reviewed an early draft and supplied many editorial comments. plus At least 4 months of supervised field and analytic experience in general North American archaeology.This form must be submitted by the Principal Investigator of each project as an appendix to each technical report.
Review of existing land conditions also contributes to this process of determination.
These include Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), as amended, and its implementing regulations, 36 CFR 800: "Protection of Historic Properties", the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969, The Archaeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974, and West Virginia State Code 29-1-8, and its implementing regulations, Title 82, Series 2: “Standards and Procedures for Administering State Historic Preservation Programs”.
The WVSHPO reviews projects to determine what effects, if any, they may have upon significant cultural resources as outlined within Federal and State laws and regulations.
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All archaeological investigations must be conducted under the supervision of an archaeologist who meets the above qualifications. Archaeological Site File Searches As of August 1, 1996, all consultants conducting archaeological investigations in review and compliance-related cultural resource inventory projects must conduct a literature review and site file search prior to initiating fieldwork.