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|Product Name:||Internal Portable Bamboo Board Horse Stable Panels Horse Box With Sliding Gate||Grating Company:||ISO9001-2008|
|Usage:||Horse Stable||Surface Treatment:||In Black Coated|
|Materials:||LHot DIP Galvanized Painting, Self Colour / Untrea||Property:||Good Rust-Proof|
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Historic and precontact archeological sites within the NPS boundaries are recorded using both the California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS), and the NPS Archeological Sites Management Information System (ASMIS). ASMIS is the NPS database for the basic registration and management of Park prehistoric and historic archeological resources. ASMIS records contain data on site location, description, significance, condition, threats to, and management requirements for known Park archeological sites.
No intensive archeological survey has been conducted for the Ranch M/Golden Gate Dairy area; archeological sites identified have resulted from project specific discoveries in 2003 and 2008. There are currently two historic period archeological sites (GOGA00052 and GOGA00145) documented in the ASMIS database within the Ranch M/Golden Gate Dairy area of potential effects. These properties are directly associated with the historic uses of the Golden Gate Dairy site. In addition, there are three documented precontact and historic period archeological sites located nearby the Ranch M/Golden Gate Dairy APE (CA-MRN-333/H, CA-MRN-674, and CA-MRN-684/H), and the stables area is considered sensitive to the discovery of precontact archeological sites because of its situation on an alluvial fan adjacent to the floodplain of Redwood Creek.
No intensive archeological survey has been conducted for the Rodeo Valley stables area. Currently there are no documented archeological sites in this area, however its location on an alluvial fan above the Rodeo Valley Creek, and its use between 1904 and 1917 as a tent bivouac and barracks area for the adjacent Fort Barry Firing Range, make the location sensitive for the discovery of historic or precontact archeological sites.
No intensive archeological survey has been conducted for the Rodeo Valley stables area. The Tennessee Valley stables have been recorded in ASMIS as GOGA00373). This area is considered to have high historic and precontact archeological sensitivity due to its historic use and its location on an alluvial fan.
No intensive archeological survey has been conducted of the alternative area identified for possible Lower Redwood Creek stables. ASMIS site GOGA00146 (Banducci Site locale) is a predicted precontact site within this alternative area based on field collections by local residents. No site has been found, but the alternative site for the Lower Redwood Creek stables is considered sensitive to the discovery of both historic and precontact archeological sites.
No intensive archeological survey has been conducted of the alternative area identified for possible Marincello stables. No archeological resources have been identified within the Lower Tennessee Valley APE. The locale is considered sensitive to the discovery of precontact archeological sites.
The product details:
|Internal portable bamboo board horse stable panels horse box with sliding gate|
|Front type||Euro Front/Custom V-Front /Custom Arc Front/Classic horse stall front|
length 10ft 12ft 14ft(3m-4.2m)
|Surface treatment||hot dip galvanized /powder coating|
bamboo :20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm
Southern yellow pine : 30mm 40mm
|Door type||swing door/sliding door|
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