The management of archaeological resources in forested areas: A research project funded by the Tasmanian Forest Research Council Inc

24th May 2014

Tim Murray, Richard Cosgrove and Andrew Warner

Introduction*

Late in 1989 the Tasmanian Forest Research Council Inc. (TFRC) agreed to fund research into the management of archaeological resources in forested areas of the northwest of the state. The research project, scheduled for three years, calls for the employment of an archaeologist for two periods of fieldwork and laboratory analysis during 1990/1991 and 1991/1992. The purpose of this short statement is to outline the nature of the research project, and to seek expressions of interest from properly qualified archaeologists who have specific expertise in either one or both of the following areas: (1) Rockshelter and open site excavation and analysis, and (2) Large-scale reconnaissance survey.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Murray, T., R. Cosgrove and A. Warner
The management of archaeological resources in forested areas: A research project funded by the Tasmanian Forest Research Council Inc
June 1990
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81–83
Short Report
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