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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Archaeologists Amy Williams displays one of the Acheulean hand axes found in the Nigerien desert that can be dated to more than 1 million years ago. Three hand axes were discovered during a cultural survey of an international air base under construction.
Acheulean hand axes
6/5/2017 11:05:00 AM
Acheulean tools, dating as far back as 1.76 million years ago in Africa and portions of the Asian continent recently discovered by USACE and USAFCEC archeologists. The two axes at the top of the photo are in their original location.
Acheulean tools
6/5/2017 11:05:00 AM
A complete hand axe in the discovered assortment of axes dated to over 1 million years ago, likely hewn by Homo erectus. The objects were likely brought to this specific site during seasonal flooding.
Acheulean hand
6/5/2017 11:05:00 AM
Vast expanses such as this Nigerien settlement area require a grid system to effectively survey. The site surveyed by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Archaeologist Amy Williams and U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center Archaeologist Dr. James Wilde was more than 1000 acres.
Nigerien settlement
6/5/2017 11:04:00 AM
St. Louis District Hydraulic engineer and Water manager received the 2017 Hydrology, Hydraulics and Coastal Community of Practice Professional of the Year award for the positive impact his service and water management expertise has had on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the region, and the nation.
Russell Errett receives the 2017 Hydrology, Hydraulics and Coastal Community of Practice Professional of the Year award
4/20/2017 10:14:00 AM
Screenshot of St. Louis District's new homepage (Photo by USACE)
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4/1/2013 3:42:00 PM