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Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

23390 ROAD K

Cortez, Colorado,81321

United States

Company Description

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center maintains high ethical and professional standards in its research and education programs. This helps ensure that the Center meets its responsibilities to the general public. It also helps maintain Crow Canyon's reputation ... more.

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Director

Goodman Point Archaeological Point Project Phase II


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College Students - Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Grant Coffey
Crow Canyon supervisory archaeologist Grant Coffey (M.A., Northern Arizona University) directed Phase II of the Goodman Point Archaeological Project from 2008 to 2011. He has more than 10 years of experience in the archaeology of the Four Corners and has authored or coauthored several field reports. Much of his work at Crow Canyon has focused on Pueblo sites in the Goodman Point Unit of Hovenweep National Monument, and he has published articles about social organization and population movement in peer-reviewed professional journals. In his spare time he likes fishing, hiking, and helping out on the family farm.


Research Staff, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Grant Coffey
Supervisory Archaeologist


Drone's-Eye View Helps Archaeologists Plan Excavation - Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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"It provides a highly accurate foundation to start looking at spatial relationships of features, and provides a great record of existing architecture," said Grant Coffey, GIS (geographic information systems) archaeologist at Crow Canyon.
As well as providing a working model for when archaeologists begin excavating at Haynie, the images also will comprise a visual archive of the site's current condition as excavations unfold during the four years of the project. Ultimately, it will also serve as a preservation tool helping archaeologists determine how much material will be needed to backfill currently open structures for future preservation. "It's a tool for planning and preservation, and an archive," Coffey said.


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Grant Coffey, a GIS archeologist for Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, said his support for a Master Leasing Plan is not to outright obstruct oil and gas development.
Rather, he's concerned about artifacts left from 13th century tribes, which once roamed the entire Four Corners. "There's ancestral features that connect the landscape to a bigger cultural unit," Coffey said.


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Grant Coffey, a GIS archeologist for Crow Canyon Archaeological Center in Cortez, said his support for a Master Leasing Plan is not to outright obstruct oil and gas development.
Rather, hes concerned about artifacts left from 13th century tribes, which once roamed the entire Four Corners. Theres ancestral features that connect the landscape to a bigger cultural unit, Coffey said.


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