The strategies employed by the Cache River Archeological Project, the Little Black Watershed Project, and the 1976 Village Creek Archeological Project with regard to site definition are compared and assessed. It is argued that both the Cache and Little Black Projects used unnecessarily restrictive definitions of cultural resources. The more liberal approach of the Village Creek Project enables both the archeological community and governmental agencies to interpret and assess better the significance and general extent of the archeological context of the cultural resource base.
Klinger, Timothy C.
"Problem of Site Definition in Cultural Resource Management,"
Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science: Vol. 30
, Article 21.
Available at: http://scholarworks.uark.edu/jaas/vol30/iss1/21