Look beyond current standards for identification of cultural resources for the purposes of compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and determination of historic properties. Examine how the methodology may be enhanced to produce a better analysis, both in the field and on paper. Understand ways to expand documentation efforts to include a greater variety of input, perspectives, and interpretation. Address who the experts and decisionmakers are and how to resolve cultural biases relative to identification.
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