The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) will prepare and implement an Archaeological Testing Program for the 725 Harrison Project and undertake other steps as needed/required. At the completion of the archaeological testing program, a written report of the findings will be submitted.
School of Social Sciences
The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) will complete a cultural resources study to support Abandoned Mineral Lands closure and stabilization projects at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. This study will support the National Park Service's ongoing efforts to address health and safety concerns at abandoned mines and to comply with requirements under the National Historic Preservation Act, state historic and cultural preservation laws, and other applicable federal laws.
The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) will prepare and implement an Archaeological Testing Plan for the 3330 Geary Blvd Project in San Francisco, California and prepare the Archaeological Testing Memo that presents the findings of the field effort.
The Anthropological Studies Center (ASC) will assist the California Department of Transportation, District 1(CalTrans) and Wylatti Resource Management by providing emergency cultural resource monitoring services for hazardous tree removal work as a result of the damages from the 2017 and 2018 Northern California wildfires in Lake County, CA.
Sonoma State University Professor Matthew Clark leads a NASA-funded project to monitor animal biodiversity, with the help of collaborative researchers, students, and volunteers also known as “citizen scientists”. The project, known as Soundscapes to Landscapes (S2L), relies on remote sensing, which is an important tool for long-term monitoring of biodiversity. S2L combines bioacoustic data collected by citizen scientists with satellite and environmental data to monitor bird diversity in Sonoma County, California.