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Scientific Research

Our public lands offer the perfect outdoor laboratory for scientific research in archaeology, paleontology, ahd history.  Take a look...

For those seeking more scientific and technical information search the map and list below for a state-by-state collection of research documents.
 
 

Oregon California Idaho Nevada Wyoming Utah Arizona Colorado New Mexico Montana Alaska Eastern States

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Additional Research Information

 

Protecting the Cultural Heritage of the Public Lands

Contributions from section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966

Ongoing Research

Remarkable research projects are helping us to better understand fragils sies and artifacts and to develop new approaches to their protections and preservation.

Centennial Projects

In anticipation of the centennial fo the Antiquities Act of 1906, BLM funded projects involving inventories, site restoration, educations, and exhibits.