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U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station
This study was conducted as part of Work Unit 32357, entitled "Field Preservation of Cultural Sites," of the Environmental Impact Research Program (EIRP). The EIRP is sponsored by the Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers (HQUSACE), and is managed by the Environmental Laboratory (EL) of the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station (WES). Technical Monitors were Dr. John Bushman, Mr. David P. Buelow, and Mr. Dave Mathis of HQUSACE. Mr. Paul Rubenstein of HQUSACE also provided technical guidance and review. Drs. Fred- erick Briuer, WES, and Roger Grosser, US Army Engineer District, Kansas City, provided technical reviews of the report. Dr. Roger T. Saucier, EL, WES, was the EIRP Program Manager. The work was conducted under provisions of Contract No. DACW39-90-M-0445 between WES and the Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas. Dr. David A. Grisafe of the Survey was the Principal Investigator and prepared the report. The study was conducted under the direct supervision of Dr. Paul R. Nickens, Resource Analysis Group (RAG), Environmental Resources Division (ERD), EL. General supervision was provided by Mr. H. Roger Hamilton, Chief, RAG; Dr. Conrad J. Kirby, Chief, ERD; and Dr. John Harrison, Director, EL. At the time of publication of this report, Director of WES was Dr. Robert W. Whalin. Commander and Deputy Director was COL Leonard G. Hassell, EN. Open Access Northup Database Collection See Extended description for more information.
United States, Regional Speleology
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Grisafe, David A., "Stabilization of Dakota Sandstone surface of the Faris Cave petroglyphs, Kanopolis Lake Project, Kansas" (1992). KIP Monographs. 22.