Field Excavation Report Preparation

Once a site has been destroyed – either through archaeological monitoring or a controlled archaeological excavation – information gained must be shared and made available. The field report is often referred to as a “final report” as per the usual conditions of an archaeological authority as part of HNZPT Act (2014). These reports present common details of the work, such as spatially accurate maps showing where archaeological material was found, where ground disturbance occurred, the dates of work, and legal details.

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