Vol. 14 No. 1 | Spring 2010

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    A ONCE IN A LIFETIME DIG
    For the first time in decades archaeologists had the opportunity to study Chimney Rock.
    BY DAVID MALAKOFF
    page 18

    CAN ARCHAEOLOGY SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT?
    Archaeologists believe their voices should be heart in the environmental conversation.
    BY KRISTIN OHLSON
    page 12

    WORKING TO REVEAL THE WORKING CLASS
    Several investigations examine the lives of workers during the rise of American industry.
    BY MIKE TONER
    page 25

    EXTREMELY REMOTE SENSING
    Researchers can detect evidence of archaeological sites from satellite images that can't be seen at ground level.
    BY JULIAN SMITH
    page 32

    EXCAVATING HAZARDOUS SITES
    It's definitely not business as usual when archaeologists excavate these dangerous sites.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 38