Advances in Archaeological Practice Issue on Creative Mitigation

09/14/2020 1:23 PM | ACRAsphere Blog Team

Advances in Archaeological Practice, a quarterly digital journal published on behalf of the Society for American Archaeology, is devoted to sharing creative solutions to challenges in the practice of archaeology. Their latest issue is focused on creative mitigation, and contains articles and input from employees of many ACRA member firms.

Sarah Herr of ACRA member firm Desert Archaeology, Inc. is co-editor of the journal, and John Douglass of Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI) serves as one of the guest editors for the issue. From a piece on sustainable neighborhood public outreach from AECOM's Stephen Tull to an article on the role of modeling and synthesis in creative mitigation, this issue highlights the expertise of ACRA member firms and their employees.

The entire issue is open access, so there is no paywall or password requirements for reading any of the articles. Check it out now!

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