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Heritage Impact Assessment - SAHRA

Heritage Impact Assessment - SAHRA

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chronologically sensitive cultural itemsmaterials for absolute datingassociation with ancient landformsquantity and variety of tool typedistinct intra-site activity areastool types indicative of specific socio-economic or religious activitycultural features such as burials, dwellings, hearths, etc.diagnostic faunal and floral remainsexotic cultural items and materialsuniqueness or representativeness of the siteintegrity of the site(b) Does the site contain evidence which may be used for experimentation aimed at improvingarchaeological methods and techniques?monitoring impacts from artificial or natural agentssite preservation or conservation experimentsdata recovery experimentssampling experimentsintra-site spatial analysis(c) Does the site contain evidence which can make important contributions to paleoenvironmentalstudies?topographical, geomorphological contextdepositional characterdiagnostic faunal, floral data(d) Does the site contain evidence which can contribute to other scientific disciplines such as hydrology,geomorphology, pedology, meteorology, zoology, botany, forensic medicine, and environmental hazardsresearch, or to industry including forestry and commercial fisheries?Public Significance(a) Does the site have potential for public use in an interpretive, educational or recreational capacity?integrity of the sitetechnical and economic feasibility of restoration and development for public usevisibility of cultural features and their ability to be easily interpretedaccessibility to the publicopportunities for protection against vandalismrepresentativeness and uniqueness of the siteaesthetics of the local settingproximity to established recreation areas36Ibamba Private Nature and Hunting Reserve – Eastern Cape

present and potential land useland ownership and administrationlegal and jurisdictional statuslocal community attitude toward development(b) Does the site receive visitation or use by tourists, local residents or school groups?Ethnic Significance(a) Does the site presently have traditional, social or religious importance to a particular group orcommunity?ethnographic or ethno-historic referencedocumented local community recognition or, and concern for, the siteEconomic Significance(a) What value of user-benefits may be placed on the site?visitors' willingness-to-payvisitors' travel costsScientific Significance(a) Does the site contain evidence which may substantively enhance understanding of historic patterns ofsettlement and land use in a particular locality, regional or larger area?(b) Does the site contain evidence which can make important contributions to other scientific disciplinesor industry?Historic Significance(a) Is the site associated with the early exploration, settlement, land use, or other aspect of southernAfrica’s cultural development?(b) Is the site associated with the life or activities of a particular historic figure, group, organization, orinstitution that has made a significant contribution to, or impact on, the community, province or nation?(c) Is the site associated with a particular historic event whether cultural, economic, military, religious,social or political that has made a significant contribution to, or impact on, the community, province ornation?(d) Is the site associated with a traditional recurring event in the history of the community, province, ornation, such as an annual celebration?Public Significance(a) Does the site have potential for public use in an interpretive, educational or recreational capacity?visibility and accessibility to the publicability of the site to be easily interpretedopportunities for protection against vandalismeconomic and engineering feasibility of reconstruction, restoration and maintenancerepresentativeness and uniqueness of the site37Ibamba Private Nature and Hunting Reserve – Eastern Cape

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