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|Main Title||Archaeological Investigations at the Proposed International Wastewater Treatment Plant Site: Cultural Resource Identification and Geotechnical Test Monitoring.|
|CORP Author||Mariah Associates, Inc., Albuquerque, NM.;International Boundary and Water Commission, El Paso, TX. United States Section.|
|Report Number||IBM-91-5; MAI-595-08;|
|Additional Subjects||California ; Archaeological sites ; Cultural resources ; Cultural objects ; Prehistoric cultures ; Artifacts ; Historical aspects ; Resources management ; Site surveys ; Site characterization ; Environmental monitoring ; San Diego County(California) ; International Wastewater Treatment Plant|
Mariah Associates, Inc. performed a Class I and Class III archaeological survey and monitoring for the International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S. Section, for the location of the International Wastewater Treatment Plant and associated feeder pipeline alignments proposed for construction in the Tijuana River Valley in San Diego County, California. An archaeological survey of a recently added 15 acre parcel to the International Wastewater Treatment Plant was also carried out prior to geotechnical testing and monitoring in that area.