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ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM)

ICAHM was established in 1990 to promote international cooperation in the field of archaeological heritage management and to advise ICOMOS on archaeological heritage management issues. ICAHM provides a forum for the interchange of knowledge and research among archaeologists, other professionals, and decision makers involved in the management of archaeological resources.

 

NSW Archaeology Online (grey literature archive)

(From personal reference resources of Elizabeth Robertson)

 

Guideline: Archaeological investigations, Heritage Branch, QLD Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, 2013 [PDF size: 208KB]

This guideline provides best-practice advice about the process for managing potential, known and newly discovered historical archaeological artefacts and places within Queensland. It explains what an archaeological investigation is and the process to follow to satisfy requirements of the Queensland Heritage Act 1992.

(From personal reference resources of AICOMOS member Fiona Gardiner)

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