Archaeological value.

Archaeological value. For purposes of this part, the archaeological value of any archaeological resource involved in a violation of the prohibitions in 229.4 of this part or conditions of a permit issued pursuant to this part shall be the value of the information associated with the archaeological resource. This value shall be appraised in terms of the costs of the retrieval of the scientific information which would have been obtainable prior to the violation. These costs may include, but need not be limited to, the cost of preparing a research design, conducting field work, carrying out laboratory analysis, and preparing reports as would be necessary to realize the information potential.


32 CFR § 229.14

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