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Ron Ralph

Archeologist

TPWD

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Colorado Bend State Park Photographs PG3 | Maverick Grotto |Fort Worth | Tarrant County | Caving | Conservation | Exploration | Speleology | National Speleological Society | Texas Organized Caving

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Ron Ralph, TPWD Archeologist gives an archeology seminar
In this picture, Ron Ralph, TWPD archaeologist (now retired) gives a seminar on identifying archaeology sites for cavers and park staff.


Hueco Tanks

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TPWD Archeologist Ron Ralph and team members record a red pictograph of a horse during a months-long effort to identify locations and status of rock art in the park.


Hueco Tanks

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photo of archeologist Ron Ralph and TPWD team
TPWD archeologist Ron Ralph and team members record a red pictograph of a horse during survey, a months-long effort to identify locations and status of rock imagery in the park. After 1974, a hiatus occurred in studies and published accounts of rock art at Hueco Tanks until ca. 1988, when Texas Parks and Wildlife Department park ranger Dave Parker and archeologist Ron Ralph plotted all known rock art localities and archeological features on aerial photo mosaics. In subsequent years, Ralph also coordinated a group of TPWD employees and volunteers in recording pictographs at numerous locations and worked with Sutherland to determine methods for removal of graffiti from the art. Photo by Ron Ralph. Directed by TPWD archeologists George Kegley and Ron Ralph, subsequent excavations consisted of approximately 40 units. To archeologist Ron Ralph, who served as crew chief at Hueco Tanks village, the houses were unlike any he had ever seen at the time, "all single structures, rectangular, dug in the ground, and all oriented north-south. TPWD archeologist Ron Ralph recommended an intense 100 percent survey of the entire park and plotting all cultural resources on a topographic map all cultural resources including middens, rock art, pack rat middens, water control devices and surface artifacts. Photo by Ron Ralph. photo of TPWD archeologist Ron Ralph TPWD archeologist Ron Ralph checks a rock art location at the park.



About Us | Texas Cave Management Association | Conservation | Education | Study

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Members: Jerry Atkinson, Jim Kennedy, Linda Palit, Ron Ralph, Geary Schindel, Matt Turner, William Russell
Members: Jerry Atkinson, Ron Ralph, Linda Palit Chair: Ron Ralph Members: : Don Arburn, Joe Mitchell, Ryan Monjaras, David Ochel, Ron Ralph, Matt Turner, Ellie Watson


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