Statistical Research, Inc.

 

SRI Technical Series
SRI Press
Recent Employee Publications
  Employee Publications Archives

Employee Presentations and Publications Archives

 

A

 

Altschul, Jeffrey

2015 The 2015 SAA Legislative Agenda. Analysis and Opinion: Government Affairs and International Government Affairs Update, January 2015, Society for American Archaeology.

 

2015 Cultural Heritage Management in Developing Countries: Challenges and Opportunities for Archaeology and Archaeologists. Society for American Archaeology Knowledge Series.

 

2015 Connecting Continents: Archaeological Perspectives on Slavery, Trade, and Colonialism. A Joint Thematic Conference of the Society for American Archaeology and the European Association of Archaeologists, Acting Chair, Scientific Program Committee, Curaçao

 

2015 Cultural Heritage Compliance in a Polluter Pays World. Public presentation at the UNICAMP Permanent Forum/Public Policies and Citizenship, Campinas, Brazil.

 

2015 Interamerican and Caribbean Cultural Heritage Working Group Meeting (invited participant), Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil.

 

2015 Looking Ahead. Analysis and Opinion: Government Affairs and International Government Affairs Update, March 2015, Society for American Archaeology.

 

2015 On the Development of an Archaeological Synthesis Center. Paper presented at the 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

2015 Protecting the Present, Preserving the Past: The Oyu Tolgoi Cultural Heritage Program. Paper presented at the 116th Joint Annual General Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Society for Classical Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

2015 Strategies for Preserving Cultural Heritage in a Changing Climate (steering committee, invited participant).Workshop sponsored by the Union of Concerned Scientists, National Trust for Historic Preservation, JM Kaplan Fund, and the Society for American Archaeology, the Pocantico Center, Pocantico Hills, New York.

 

2014 Archaeology in the Public Interest (public talk). First Thursday Lecture Series, Portland State University. Portland, Oregon.

 

2014 Cultural Heritage Management—A Neglected Issue? Paper presented at the Multi-Financial Institutes Working Group on Environmental and Social Standards, Washington, D.C.

 

2014 Forum: Grand Challenges for Archaeology. American Antiquity 79(1):5–24.

            *To read the abstract, click here.

 

2014 “Improving Standards and Practices in Cultural Heritage Compliance in Latin America” (conference organizer), Society for American Archaeology, Lima, Peru.

 

2014 Improving Standards and Practices in Cultural Heritage Compliance in Latin American: The Lima Meeting. Paper presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

2014 Improving Standards and Practices in Cultural Heritage Compliance in Latin American: The Lima Meeting. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management, Jishou, China.

 

2014 “Producing an Anthropology of Cultural Heritage” (Roundtable Participant). 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C.

 

2014 Union of Concerned Scientists Capitol Hill Press Conference on the Effects of Climate Change on Historical Sites (public talk). Washington, D.C.

 

2010 Archaeological Heritage Values in Cross-Cultural Context. In Heritage Values in Contemporary Society, edited by George S. Smith, Phyllis Mauch Messenger, and Hilary A. Soderland, pp. 75–85. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California.

 

2009 Review of The Model-Based Archaeology of Socionatural Systems, edited by Timothy A. Kohler and Sander E. Van Der Leeuw. American Antiquity 74(3):573–574.

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Michael Heilen, William Hayden, Jeffrey A. Homburg, Gerry Wait, and Ibrahima Thiaw

2011 Incorporating GIS Methodological Approaches in Heritage Management Projects. In Go Your Own Least Cost Path: Spatial technology and archaeological interpretation: Proceedings of the GIS session at EAA 2009, Riva del Garda, edited by J. W. H. Verhagen, A. G. Posluschny, and A. Danielisova, pp. 5–15. BAR International Series S2284. Archaeopress, Oxford, England.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

            *To purchase this publication, click here.

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Michael Heilen

2015 Archaeological Predictive Modeling. Bureau of Land Management Webinar

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Monica Heller

2015 Research in the Public Interest. Huffington Post, February 2015, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/american-anthropological-association/research-in-the-public-interest_b_6489564.html., accessed May 13, 2015.

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Thomas C. Patterson

2010 Trends and Employment in American Archaeology. In Voices in American Archaeology, edited by Wendy Ashmore, Dorothy Lippert, and Barbara J. Mills, pp. 291–316. SAA Press, Washington, D.C.

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., Rein Vanderpot, Cesar A. Quijada, and Robert Heckman

2014 People of the Grassland: Archaic and Formative Cultures of the Upper and Middle San Pedro Valley. In Between Mimbres and Hohokam: Exploring the Archaeology and History of Southeastern Arizona and Southwestern New Mexico, edited by Henry D. Wallace, pp. 279–321. Anthropological Papers 52. Archaeology Southwest, Tucson.

 

Altschul, Jeffrey H., and Gerry Wait

2015 The Oyu Tolgoi Cultural Heritage Program, Mongolia. In Fernweh: Crossing Borders and Connecting People in Archaeological Heritage Management: Essays in Honour of Prof. Willem J. H. Willems, edited by Monique van den Dries, Sjoerd J. van der Linde, and Amy Strecker, pp. 101–104. Sidestone Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.

 

B

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M.

2013 The Densest Concentration on Earth? Quantifying Clovis-Mammoth Associations in the San Pedro Valley, Southeastern Arizona, U.S.A. In Clovis: Current Perspectives on Technology, Chronology, and Adaptations, edited by T. Jennings and A. Smallwood. Texas A&M Press, College Station

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M., Vance T. Holliday, Andrew L. Kowler, William T. Reitze, Mary M. Prasciunas, D. Shane Miller, and Jason D. Windingstad

2011 Evidence for Younger Dryas global climate oscillation and human response in the American Southwest. Quaternary International, in press. doi: 10.1016/j.quaint.2011.06.040.

            *To read the abstract, click here.

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M., and Jonathan Mabry

2011 Temporal Frequency Distributions of Alluvium in the American Southwest: Taphonomic, Paleohydraulic, and Demographic Implications. Journal of Archaeological Science, in press, doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2011.01.007. Electronic document, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6WH8-521NWJD-2/2/bbb3a640b8d28a33c9d67c56f6ea1083

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M., and M. Prasciunas

2012 Paleoindians and Projectile Points in the Southwestern United States. Archaeology Southwest Magazine 26(1):27.

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M., and Matthew Pailes

2014 The Technological Organization of Desert Hunter-Gatherers during the Middle-Late Archaic Transition in the American Southwest. Poster presented in the session “Middle and Late Archaic Period Subsistence and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Ballenger, Jesse A. M., and María N. Zedeño

2012 It's Monuments, but It's Falt: The Stone Architecture of Bison Hunters in Northwestern Montana. GLYPHS 63(6):6–7.

 

Ballenger, Jesse A.M., Maria Nieves Zedeño, and J. Murray

2014 Landscape Engineering and Organizational Complexity among Late Prehistoric Bison Hunters of the Northwestern Plains. Current Anthropology 55(1):23–58.

 

Becker, Kenneth, Scott Kremkau, and Steven Shelley

2014 A New Approach to Recording Desert Pavement Quarries. Poster presented in the session “Approaches to Understanding Desert Pavement Quarries” organized by Scott Kremkau, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Bousman, C. Britt, and Bradley J. Vierra

2012 From the Pleistocene to the Holocene: Human Organization and Cultural Transformations in Prehistoric North America. Texas A&M University Press, College Station.

            *To purchase his book, click here.

 

Brevik, Eric C., Thomas E. Fenton, and Jeffrey A. Homburg

2015 Historical Highlights in American Soil Science. Paper presented at the Dan Yaalon Symposium sponsored by the International Soil Science Union, Vienna, Austria.

 

C

 

Campana, D., P. Crabtree, S.D. deFrance, J. Lev-Tov, and A. Choyke (editors)

2010 Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Colonialism, Complexity and Animal Transformations. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard

2012 Hohokam Household Organization, Sedentism, and Irrigation in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona. In Ancient Households of the Americas: Conceptualizing What Households Do, edited by John G. Douglass and Nancy Gonlin, pp. 221–268. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

 

2011 Recent Work at the Yorba and Slaughter Families Adobe (CA-SBR-2317H), San Bernardino, California. SHA Newsletter 44(1):33–34.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard and Carl D. Halbirt

2013 Before Kinishba: Two Late Pithouse Period Settlements near Fort Apache. In Kinishba Lost and Found: Mid-Century Excavations and Contemporary Perspectives, edited by John R. Welch, pp. 91–121. Archaeological Series 206. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.

            *To preview this publication, click here.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, and Michael Heilen

2014 The View from Outside: The Impact of the NHPA on Archaeological Research in the Transition Zone and Papaguería. Paper presented at the 2014 Arizona Archaeological Council Conference Celebrating 50 Years of the National Historic Preservation Act in Arizona, Mesa.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Jeffrey Homburg, Seetha Reddy, John Douglass, and Donn Grenda

2013 Living in the Ballona Wetlands of the Southern California Coast: Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction and Human Settlement. Journal of Wetland Archaeology 13(1):1–28.

            *To read the abstract, click here.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, and Phillip Leckman

2015 Searching for Site Structure in a Coastal Shell Midden in Southern California. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for California Archaeology, Redding.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Teresita Majewski, and John G. Douglass

2014 Organizations and the Professional Archaeologist in the United States. Paper presented in the session “Recognizing Archaeology as a Profession in Europe,” organized by Gerry Wait, at the 20th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Seetha N. Reddy, Donn R. Grenda, John G. Douglass, and Patrick Stanton

2014 Social Status in a Gabrielino/Tongva Coastal Village. Paper presented in the session “Archaeological Research and Site Preservation in Southern California: A Symposium in Honor of Dr. Patricia Martz,” organized by Steven James, at the 48th Annual meeting of the Society for California Archaeology, Visalia, California.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Lynne Sebastian, and Donn R. Grenda

2015 The MAP (Making Archaeology Public) Project. Presentation at the Roundtable “Making (Public) Archaeology Political,” at the 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, Karen K. Swope, Justin Lev-Tov, Ashley M. Morton, James Clark, and Teresita Majewski

2011 Investigations at the Yorba and Slaughter Families Adobe, San Bernardino County, California. SCA Proceedings 25:1–16.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Ciolek-Torello, Richard, and Brad Vierra

2014 Agricultural Dependence and Sedentism in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

D

 

Daughtrey, Cannon, Jesse Ballenger, and Rita Sulkosky

2014 The Lukeolith: A Newly Described Ground Stone Implement from the Luke Air Force Base Solar- Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project. Poster presented in the session “Middle and Late Archaic Period Subsistence and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Des Lauriers, Matthew R., and Mark Q. Sutton

2010 The Archaeology of Witchstick Cave, Tomo Kahni State Historic Park, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(4):25–31.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Douglass, John G.

2015 Complex Webs of Relationships: Native Californians and Colonial Systems during the Mission Period in the Los Angeles Basin, Alta California. SAA/EAA Conference on Archaeological Perspectives on Slavery, Trade, and Colonialism, Curacao, November.

 

Douglass, John G., Jeffrey H. Altschul, Donn R. Grenda, Seetha N. Reddy, and Richard Ciolek-Torello

2015 People of the Ballona: Their Land and Lives. In First Coastal Californians, edited by Lynn H. Gamble, pp. 59–65. School of Advanced Research, Santa Fe.

 

Douglass, John G., and Nancy Gonlin (editors)

2012 Ancient Households of the Americas: Conceptualizing What Households Do. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

 

Douglass, John G., and William M. Graves

2014 Households on the Social Landscape: A Perspective from the Southern Chuska Slope. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Douglass, John G., William M. Graves, David T. Unruh, Phillip O. Leckman, and Richard Ciolek-Torello

2014 Household Ritual and Communal Ritual: Kivas and the Making of Community on the Tohatchi Flats. Paper presented in the session “Reconstructing Social Units in the American Southwest,” organized by Barbara Roth, at the 14th Annual Southwest Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Douglass, John G., and Robert A. Heckman

2012 Pots and Agriculture: Anasazi Rural Household Production, Long House Valley, Northern, Arizona. In Ancient Households of the Americas: Conceptualizing What Households Do, edited by John G. Douglass and Nancy Gonlin, pp. 189–218. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

 

Douglass, John G., and Kathleen L. Hull

2015 Community Formation and Integration in Colonial Alta California. Paper presented in the session “Forging of Communities in Colonial Alta California, 1769–1834”, organized by John G. Douglass and Kathleen L. Hull, at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco.

 

Douglass, John G., and Patrick B. Stanton

2010 Living during a Difficult Time: A Comparison of Ethnohistoric, Bioarchaeological, and Archaeological Data during the Mission Period, Southern California. SCA Proceedings 24:1–9.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Duryea, Dean, Scott Kremkau, and Ken Becker

2014 What's Rocks Got to Do with It: Results of a 10,000-Acre Survey at Fort Irwin and the National Training Center. Poster presented in the session “Approaches to Understanding Desert Pavement Quarries” organized by Scott Kremkau, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

E

 

 

F

 

Field, Julie S., and Stephanie Jolivette

2015 Introduced and Native Mammals from Nu’alolo Kai. In Abundance and Resilience, Farming and Foraging in Ancient Kaua’i, edited by Julie S. Field and Michael W. Graves, pp. 107–139. University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu.

 

G

 

Gallegos, Dennis R.

2009 Windsong Shores and Other Sites: San Diego Area, Coastal Southern California: Ancient Coastal Sites. In West Coast and Arctic/Subarctic, edited by Francis P. McManamon, Linda S. Cordell, Kent G. Lightfoot, and George R. Milner, pp. 98–100. Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, vol. 4. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut.

 

Gardner, Jill K., and Mark Q. Sutton

2010 A Tragic Day at Cross Mountain: Salvage Excavations at CA-KER-4619, Southern Sierra Nevada, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 43(4):1–74.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Gonlin, Nancy, and John G. Douglass.

2012 The Household as Analytical Unit: Case Studies from the Americas. In Ancient Households of the Americas: Conceptualizing What Households Do, edited by John G. Douglass and Nancy Gonlin, pp. 1–46. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

 

Graves, Michael W., Stephanie Jolivette, Kelley S. Esh, and Julie S. Field

2015 Modified and Unmodified Turtle Remains from Nu’alolo Kai. In Abundance and Resilience, Farming and Foraging in Ancient Kaua’i, edited by Julie S. Field and Michael W. Graves, pp. 61–74. University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu.

 

Graves, William M.

2014 Chaco Culture, Landscape, and Identities from the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented at the Chaco Landscapes Conference sponsored by the National Park Service, Farmington, New Mexico.

 

Graves, William M., and Scott Van Keuren

2011 Ancestral Pueblo Villages and the Panoptic Gaze of the Commune. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21(2):263–282.

 

Greene, Gregory, and Phillip O. Leckman

2011 The Burnt Corn Pueblo Landscape. In Burnt Corn Pueblo: Conflict and Conflagration in the Galisteo Basin, A.D. 1250–1325, edited by James E. Snead and Mark W. Allen, pp. 70–93. Anthropological Papers No. 74. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

 

Gregory, Carrie

2014 By the Water’s Edge: The Santa Fe Trail Mountain Route in Colorado. Poster presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation, St. Paul, Minnesota.

 

Grenda, Donn R., and Richard Ciolek-Torello

2015 Behavioral Archaeology in the Ballona. In Explorations in Behavioral Archaeology, edited by William H. Walker and James M. Skibo, pp. 180–206. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

 

Grenda, Donn R., Richard Ciolek-Torello, Michael Heilen, and Marion Werkheiser

2015 Bridging the GAPP: The Gas and Preservation Partnership Nationwide Heritage Resources Inventory. Presentation at the roundtable “Where is Cultural Heritage in INSPIRE?” at the 21st Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Grenda, Donn, and Michael Heilen

2014 Bridging the GAPP: The Gas and Preservation Partnership Nation-wide Heritage Resources Inventory Initiative. Paper presented at the roundtable session T02S028, “Major Infrastructure Projects—Routine Business or Open Management Issues?” at the 20th Annual European Archaeological Association Meetings, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Griffitts, Janet

2015 Looking for the Point: Understanding Bone and Metal Awl Use on the Northern Plains. In Explorations in Behavioral Archaeology, edited by William H. Walker and James M. Skibo, pp. 111–124. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

 

Griffitts, Janet L. and Karen Swope

2014 Get Along Little Bunnies: A Possible Early-Twentieth-Century Rabbit Drive in Southern Arizona. Poster presented in the session “Middle and Late Archaic Period and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project”, organized by John Hall, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin Texas

 

Grimstead, Deanna N., Bradley J. Vierra, Sharon M. Buck, and Larry V. Benson

2015 Chaco Canyon Corn? Another Possible Source in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico. Poster presented at the Pecos Conference, Mancos, Colorado.

 

Grimstead, Deanna N., Bradley J. Vierra, Sharon M. Buck, and Larry V. Benson

2015 Chaco Canyon Corn? Another Possible Source in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico. Poster presented at the New Mexico Archaeological Council Conference, Albuquerque.

 

Grimstead, Deanna N., Sharon M. Buck, Bradley J. Vierra, and Larry V. Benson

2015 Another Possible Source of Archaeological Maize Found in Chaco Canyon, NM: Tohatchi Flats Area, NM USA. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports 3:181–187.

 

H

 

Hall, John

2015 The Luke Solar Project: An Extensive Middle and Late Archaic Period Site in the Western Phoenix Basin. Presentation to the Phoenix Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society (AAS), Pueblo Grande Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

 

2014 The Luke Solar Project: An Extensive Middle and Late Archaic Period Site in the Western Phoenix Basin. Presentation at the 87th Annual Pecos Conference, Blanding, Utah.

 

2014 Chair of poster symposium, “Middle and Late Archaic Period Subsistence and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Hall, John, and Mitch Keur

2014 Extramural Pit Classification: Form, Function, and Archaic period Land-use in the Western Phoenix Basin. Poster presented in the Session “Middle and Late Archaic Period Subsistence and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Hanson, Jeffrey R.

2011 Looting of the Fort Craig Cemetery: Damage Done and Lessons Learned. American Antiquity 76(3):429–445.

 

Heckman, Robert

2013 Data Management. NewsMAC 2013 (1):14–16.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Heilen, Michael

2013 Modeling of Archaeological Site Location in Southern New Mexico. NewsMAC 2013 (1):4–6.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2012 Uncovering Identity in Mortuary Analysis: Community Sensitive Methods for Identifying Group Affiliation in Cemeteries. SRI Press, Tucson, and Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek.

            *To purchase this book, click here.

            *To read the book review, click here.

 

2011 The Joint Courts Complex Archaeological Project: Excavation of an Historic-Period Cemetery and Urban Neighborhood in Downtown Tucson, Arizona. SHA Newsletter 44(1):35–38.

 

Heilen, Michael, and Jeffrey H. Altschul

2014 Modeling Sustainability and Resilience through the Modeling of Critical Habitats: A View from the US Southwest. Paper presented in the session “T04S023, Concepts and Methods for Exploring Sustainability and Resilience in the Archaeological Record” at the 20th Annual European Archaeological Association Meetings, Istanbul, Turkey.

 

Heilen, Michael, Jeffrey H. Altschul, and Richard Ciolek-Torello

2014 Modeling Site Significance in the American Southwest: A Cultural Landscape Perspective. Poster presented in the symposium “Heritage and Landscape as Human Values” at the 18th ICOMOS General Assembly, Florence, Italy.

 

Heilen, Michael, and Phillip Leckman

2014 Ancient Landscapes of the Chuska Slope, New Mexico. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Heilen, Michael P., and J. Jefferson Reid

2009 A Landscape of Gamble and Guts: Commodification of Land on the Arizona Frontier. In The Archaeology of Meaningful Places, edited by B. Bowser and M. N. Zedeño, pp. 132–148. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

 

Heilen, Michael P., Michael B. Schiffer, and J. Jefferson Reid

2008 Landscape Formation Processes. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, edited by B. David and J. Thomas, pp. 601–608. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California.

 

Heilen, Michael, and Rein Vanderpot

2014 Pathways to Preservation: A Research Design and Heritage Management Plan for the Barry M. Goldwater Range East, Arizona. Poster presented at the Tri-National Sonoran Desert Symposium, Ajo, Arizona.

 

Holliday, Vance, Bruce Huckell, and Jesse Ballenger

2014 Clovis, Folsom, and Climate: The Argonaut Archaeological Research Fund. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Homburg, Jeffrey A.

2015 Anthropogenic Effects on Soil Quality of Irragric Soils at Las Capas. In The Anthropologenic Landscape of Las Capas, an Early Agricultural Irrigation Community in Southern Arizona, edited by James M. Vint and Fred L. Niles, pp. 193–225. Anthropological Papers No. 50. Archaeology Southwest, Tucson.

 

Homburg, Jeffrey A., Michael Heilen and Phillip Leckman

2014 Modeling Ancient Agricultural Land Use in the Southern Chuska Valley. Presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Homburg, Jeffrey A., Fred Nials, and James Vint

2015 Anthropogenic Effects on Soil Quality of the Las Capas Irrigation System). Poster presented in symposium “Multidisciplinary Studies of Anthropogenic Change, Subsistence, Social Organization, Regional Interaction, and Technology at the Las Capas Site, 1200–400 B.C., Southern Arizona,” at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco.

 

Homburg, Jeffrey A., and Jonathan A. Sandor

2011 Anthropogenic Effects on Soil Quality of Ancient Agricultural Systems of the Southwest. Catena 85:144–154.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Howell, FR. Emerson, and Jeffrey A. Homburg

2015 Analysis of Adobe Architecture at the Marana Platform Mound Site. In Power and Economy in Early Classic Period Hohokam Society: An Archaeological Perspective from the Marana Mound Site, edited by James M. Bayman, Paul R. Fish, and Suzanne K. Fish, pp. 33–45. Archaeological Series 207. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.

 

Hull, Kathleen L., John G. Douglass, and Seetha N. Reddy

2015 Communal Ritual, Communal Feasting, and the Creation of Community in Colonial-Era Los Angeles. Paper presented in the session “The Forging of Communities in Colonial Alta California, 1769–1834,” organized by John G. Douglass and Kathleen L. Hull, at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco.

 

Hull, Kathleen L., John G. Douglass, and Andy York

2013 Recognizing Ritual Action and Intent in Communal Mourning Features on the Southern California Coast. American Antiquity 78(1):24–47.

 

I

 

 

J

 

Jelinek, Lauren

2011 Social Identity and Memory: Interactions between Apaches and Mormons on a Frontier Landscape. In Contemporary Archaeologies of the Southwest, edited by William H. Walker and Kathryn Venzor, pp. 213–225. University Press of Colorado, Denver.

 

2009 Review of Thinking about Oral History: Theories and Applications, edited by Thomas L. Charlton, Lois Myers, and Rebecca Sharpless. Heritage Management 2(1).

 

Jolivette, Stephanie A. E., Amanda K. Taylor, and Sarah Van Galder

2015 Accessing and Assessing Coastal Shell Middens on Private Property in the Pacific Northwest. Paper presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco.

 

K

 

Killebrew, Ann E., and Justin Lev-Tov

2008 Early Iron Age Feasting and Cuisine: An Indicator of Philistine-Aegean Connectivity? In Dais: The Aegean Feast, edited by L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley, pp. 339–346, vols. LXVI–LXVII. Aegaeum, Annales d'archéologie égéenne de l' Université de Liège, Belgium, and University of Texas at Austin, Austin.

 

Kintigh, Keith W., and Jeffrey H. Altschul

2010 Sustaining the Digital Archaeological Record. Heritage Management 3(2):264–274.

 

Kintigh, Keith W., Jeffrey H. Altschul, Mary C. Beaudry, Robert D. Drennan, Ann P. Kinzig, Timothy A. Kohler, W. Fredrick Limp, Herbert D.G. Maschner, William K. Michener, Timothy R. Pauketat, Peter Peregrine, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Tony J. Wilkinson, Henry T. Wright, and Melinda A. Zeder

2014 Grand Challenges in Archaeology. American Antiquity 79(4):5–24.

 

Kintigh, Keith W., Jeffrey H. Altschul, Mary C. Beaudry, Robert D. Drennan, Ann P. Kinzig, Timothy A. Kohler, W. Fredrick Limp, Herbert D.G. Maschner, William K. Michener, Timothy R. Pauketat, Peter Peregrine, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Tony J. Wilkinson, Henry T. Wright, and Melinda A. Zeder

2014 Opinion: Grand Challenges in Archaeology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111(3):879–880.

 

Kintigh, Keith W., Jeffrey H. Altschul, Ann P. Kinzig, W. Fredrick Limp, William K. Michener, Jeremy A. Sabloff, Edward J. Hackett, Timothy A. Kohler, Bertram Ludäscher, and Clifford A. Lynch

2015 Cultural Dynamics, Deep Time, and Data: Planning Cyberinfrastructure Investments for Archaeology. Advances in Archaeological Practice: A Journal of the Society for American Archaeology 3(1):1–15.

 

Klucas, Eric E.

2015 Incorporating Tribal Perspectives in CRM Archaeology. 2015 Historic Preservation Conference, Flagstaff.

 

2015 Spatial and Social Organization of Level 3 (With Glenn M. Schwartz). In Rural Archaeology in Early Urban Northern Mesopotamia: Excavations at Tell al-Raqa’i, edited by Glenn M. Schwartz, pp. 177–191. Monumenta Archaeologica 36. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, University of California, Los Angeles.

 

2014 Reflections on Tortolita Phase Social Integration in the Tucson Basin. Presentation at the April meeting of the Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix.

 

Klucas, Eric E., and William Graves

2014 Communalism, (House)hold, and Power in the Pre-Classic Tucson Basin. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin.

 

2014 Identifying Nested Social Groups: The Pioneer Period in the Tucson Basin. Paper presented in the session “Reconstructing Social Units in the American Southwest,” organized by Barbara Roth, at the 14th Annual Southwest Symposium, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

Koerper, Henry C., Patrick B. Stanton, Polly A. Peterson, Benjamin R. Vargas, and Donn R. Grenda

2010 Additional Grooved Stone Artifacts from CA-LAN-62. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(4):83–92.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Koerper, Henry C., and Mark Q. Sutton

2014 Mortuary Remains Recovered in the 1932 Van Bergen Excavation at the Palmer-Redondo Site (CA-LAN-127), Redondo Beach, Los Angeles County. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 43(3&4):57–116.

 

Koerper, Henry C., Mark Q. Sutton, and Polly A. Peterson

2010 An Unusual Donut-Shaped Artifact from CA-LAN-62. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 43(4):75–88.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Koerper, Henry C., Benjamin R. Vargas, Donn R. Grenda, and Tina Fulton

2009 Two Unusual Fish Vertebra Artifacts from CA-LAN-62, Locus A: Possible Ring-and-Pin Targets. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 41(4):63–85.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Kremkau, Scott

2014 Lithic Landscapes in the Mojave Desert. Poster presented in the session “Approaches to Understanding Desert Pavement Quarries” organized by Scott Kremkau, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

L

 

Leckman, Phillip

2014 Anasazi Settlement, Persistence and Change in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented at the 2014 Navajo Archaeology Meeting, Shiprock, New Mexico.

 

2013 Spatial Analysis and Survey in South-Central New Mexico. NewsMAC 2013 (1):10–12.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2013 Visibility, Perception and Power at the Marana Platform Mound: A Spatial Analysis. In Power and Economy in Early Classic Period Hohokam Society: An Archaeological Perspective from the Marana Mound Site, edited by J.M. Bayman, P.R. Fish, and S.K. Fish, pp. 133–147. Archaeological Series No. 207. Arizona State Museum, Tucson.

 

2011 Community and Connection: Formative-Era Site Structure and Social Dynamics in the Southern Tularosa Basin. In Patterns in Transition: Papers from the 16th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference, edited by Melinda R. Landreth, pp. 233–254. El Paso Museum of Archaeology, El Paso.

 

Leckman, Phillip, and Michael Heilen

2014 Community Organization and Culture Change in the Chuska Valley, New Mexico. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

2014 Settlement Growth, Persistence, and Population Movement in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico. Paper presented at the New Mexico Archeological Council 2014 Fall Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

 

Lengyel, Stacey

2010 The Pre-AD 585 Extension of the U.S. Southwest Archaeomagnetic Reference Curve. Journal of Archaeological Science, in press. doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2010.07.008.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Lev-Tov, J.

2014 A Plebeian Perspective on Empire Economies: Faunal Remains from Tel Miqne-Ekron, Israel. In Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Colonialism, Complexity and Animal Transformations, edited by D. Campana, P. Crabtree, S. D. deFrance, J. Lev-Tov and A. Choyke, pp.90–104. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

 

M

 

Maeir, A. M., H. Greenfield, J. Lev-Tov, and L. K. Horwitz

2014 Macro- and Microscopic Aspects of Bone Tool Manufacture and Technology in the Levantine Iron Age: A 9th Century BCE Workshop from Tell es-Safi/ Gath, Israel. In Techniques and People: Anthropological Perspectives on Technology in the Archaeology of the Proto-Historic and Early Historic Periods in the Southern Levant, edited by S. A. Rosen and V. Roux, pp. 41–68. Mémoires et travaux du Centre de recherche français à Jérusalem: Archéologie et Sciences de l’Antiquité et du Moyen-Âge 9. De Boccard, Paris.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Majewski, Teresita

2015 Memorial: James Edward Ayres 1936–2015. Historical Archaeology 49(4):1–11.

 

2010 Not Just the End Game Anymore: A Perspective from the Western United States on Proactive Budgeting for Project Curation Needs in a Changing Archaeological World. Heritage Management 3(2):167–188.

 

Majewski, Teresita, and David Gaimster

2009 International Handbook of Historical Archaeology. Springer, New York.

            *For more information and to purchase this book, click here.

 

Miljour, Heather, and Janet Griffitts

2014 Archaic Period Subsistence and Resource Use in a Lower-Bajada Environment. Poster presented in the Poster Session “Middle and Late Archaic Period and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project,” organized by John Hall, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Millon, Rene, and Jeffrey H. Altschul

2015 The Making of the Map: The Origins and Lessons of the Teotihuacan Mapping Project. Ancient Mesomerica 26(1):135–151.

 

Moore, Andrew, Jeffery H. Altschul, et al.

2015 Deploring ISIS, Destroyer of a Civilization’s Art (with AIA, AAMD, ASOR, AAA, and the Oriental Museum). Letter to the New York Times, March 11, 2015, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/11/opinion/deploring-isis-destroyer-of-a-civilizations-art.html?partner=rssnyt&emc=rss&_r=1, accessed May 13, 2015.

 

Murrell, Monica L., and Jesse B. Murrell

2015 Secondary Raw Material Sources of Pedernal Chert in the Albuquerque Basin, New Mexico. Kiva 80:221–249.

 

Murrell, Monica, and David T. Unruh

2014 From Great Kivas to Great Houses: Early Community Formation and Integrative Architecture in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

N

 

Natoli, Amelia, Cannon S. Daughtrey, Rita Sulkosky, Z. Nahide Aydin, and Jesse Ballenger

2014 The Ground Stone Landscape at Luke Air Force Base: A Four-Dimensional Approach. Poster presented in the session “Middle and Late Archaic Period and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project,” organized by John Hall, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin Texas.

 

O

 

 

P

 

Phillips, Shaun M., and Phillip O. Leckman

2012 Wandering the Desert: Least-cost Path Modeling for Water Transport Trails in the Jornada Mogollon Region. In Least Cost Analysis of Social Landscapes: Archaeological Case Studies. Edited by Devin A. White and Sarah L. Surface-Evans, pp. 46–66. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

 

Q

 

 

R

 

Reddy, Seetha N.

2009 Harvesting the Landscape: Defining Protohistoric Plant Exploitation in Coastal Southern California. SCA Proceedings 22.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Reddy, Seetha N., and Jon M. Erlandson

2012 Macrobotanical food remains from a trans-Holocene sequence at Daisy Cave (CA-SMI-261), San Miguel, California. Journal of Archaeological Science 39(1):33–40.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Reddy, Seetha N., Justin Lev-Tov, Sarah Van Galder, and Richard Ciolek-Torello

2012 Fish Tales from the Ballona: The Role of Fish along the Mainland Coast of Southern California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 35(2):237–255.

 

Rolandi, Diana, and Teresita Majewski

2014 John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology: Sandra Analía Guillermo. Historical Archaeology 49(2):15–17.

 

S

 

Sandor, Jonathan A., and Jeffrey A. Homburg

2015 Agricultural Soils of the Prehistoric Southwest: Known Unknowns. In Traditional Arid Land Agriculture: New Views from the Prehistoric North American Southwest, edited by Scott E. Ingram and Robert C. Hunt, pp. 54–88. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

 

2015 Approaches to Assessing Anthropogenic Soil-landscape Change in Ancient Agricultural Systems. Poster presented in symposium “Landscapes of Production: Recent Research on the Archaeology of Field and Irrigation Systems,” at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco.

 

2011 Soil and Landscape Responses to American Indian Agriculture in the American Southwest. In Movement, Connectivity, and Landscape Change, edited by Margaret C. Nelson and Colleen A. Strawhacker, pp. 141–160. University Press of Colorado, Boulder

 

Stoll, Anne Q., John G. Douglass, and Richard Ciolek-Torrello

2009 John L. Cotter Award in Historical Archaeology: Sandra Analía Guillermo. Historical ArchaeologySearching for Guaspet: A Mission Period Rancheria in West Los Angeles. SCA Proceedings 22.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q.

2015 Paleofecal Analysis. In The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia, edited by Karen Bescherer Metheny and Mary C. Beaudry, pp. 375–376. Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, Maryland.

 

2015 Paleonutrition. In The Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia, edited by Karen Bescherer Metheny and Mary C. Beaudry, pp. 379–385. Rowman and Littlefield, Lanham, Maryland

 

2015 Revisions to the Palomar Tradition Model in Southern California Prehistory. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 51(2):1–18.

 

2014 A Brief Introduction to Phil Wilke. In PCAS Quarterly 49(3&4):1–16.

 

2014 The Fourth World in North America: Progress and Promise. In Native Nations: The Survival of Fourth World Peoples, edited by Sharlotte Neely, pp. 1–36. J Charlton Publishing, Ltd, Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.

 

2014 Warfare and Expansion: An Ethnohistoric Perspective on the Numic Spread. In Violence and Warfare Among Hunter-Gatherers, edited by Mark W. Allen and Terry L. Jones, pp. 149–167. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, California. Originally published 1986 in the Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 8(1):65–82.

 

2012 Archaeological Investigations at the Big Cut Site (CA-KER-4395), Buena Vista Lake, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 46 (1&2):1–33.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2011 The Palomar Tradition and Its Place in the Prehistory of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(4):1–74.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2010 The Del Rey Tradition and Its Place in the Prehistory of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(2):1–54.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2010 A Prehistory of North America. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.

 

2010 A Reevaluation of Early Northern Uto-Aztecan Prehistory in Alta California. California Archaeology 2(1):3–30.

 

2009 People and Language: Defining the Takic Expansion into Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 41(2&3):31–93.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., Mark W. Allen, Gregory R. Burns, and Blendon Walker

2012 Archaeological Investigations at CA-KER-229, Tomo-Kahni Historic Park, Sand Canyon, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 43(3):19–64.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., and Eugene N. Anderson

2014 Introduction to Cultural Ecology. 3rd ed. AltaMira Press, Lanham, Maryland.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., and Brooke S. Arkush

2014 Archaeological Laboratory Methods: An Introduction. 6th ed. Kendall/Hunt, Dubuque, Iowa.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., and Jill K. Gardner

2010 Reconceptualizing the Encinitas Tradition of Southern California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 42(4):1–64.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., Jill K. Gardner, Seetha N. Reddy, and Lance Wollwage

2010 Blue Cut: A Greven Knoll III Site in the Cajon Pass, San Bernardino County, California. Archives of California Prehistory No. 58. Coyote Press, Salinas, California.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., and Donn R. Grenda

2012 Defining Level 1 at Malaga Cove (CA-LAN-138), California. California Archaeology 4(1):123–144.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., and Henry C. Koerper

2009 The Middle Holocene Western Nexus: An Interactive Sphere between Southern California and the Northwestern Great Basin. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 41(2&3):1–29.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., R. W. Robinson, Jill K. Gardner, and Robert D. Rego

2010 The Archaeology of the Lazy T Cemetery Site (CA-LAN-767), Southwestern Mojave Desert, California. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 44(4):43–81.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

Sutton, Mark Q., Kristin D. Sobolik, and Jill K. Gardner

2010 Paleonutrition. The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona.

            *To purchase this publication, click here.

 

Swope, Karen K.

2015 Archaeological Investigations at Redlands Chinatown (with Beth Padon). Paper presented at the Archaeological Institute of America Colloquium on the Asian Diaspora in California, Riverside.

 

2015 New Mexico: Cultural Resource Inventory of Two Historic-Period Cemeteries (LA 37925 and LA 173306), Conchas Lake, San Miguel County. The SHA Newsletter 48(1):37–39.

 

2015 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 49(1):14–15.

 

2015 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 49(2):17.

 

2015 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 49(3):17.

 

2015 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 49(4):11-12.

 

2015 Review of After the Boom in Tombstone and Jerome, Arizona: Decline in Western Resource Towns, by Eric L. Clements. Journal of the West 54(3):77–78.

 

2014 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 48(1):10–11.

 

2014 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 48(2):18.

 

2014 Society for California Archaeology to Society for Historical Archaeology Liaison Report. Society for California Archaeology Newsletter 48(3):16.

 

T

 

Thompson, Scott

2014 Gateway to Combat: Military Aviation Training on the Barry M. Goldwater Range East, Arizona. Paper presented at the Tri-National Sonoran Desert Symposium, Ajo, Arizona.

 

2014 Historical-Period Ranching on the Barry M. Goldwater Range East, Arizona. Paper presented in the workshop “Ranching in Arizona,” organized by the Historical Archaeology Advisory Committee, an advisory body of the Governor’s Archaeology Advisory Commission, at the Arizona Historic Preservation Conference, Rio Rico, Arizona.

 

Towner, Ronald H., and Robert A. Heckman

2011 Early Navajo Archaeology on McKean Mesa, Dinétah. Kiva 76(4):453–481.

 

Trowbridge, Meaghan, and Robert Heckman

2014 Results of the Ceramic Analysis from the New Mexico Department of Transportation U.S. 491 Highway Project in the Southern Chuska Valley, NM. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Brad Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

U

 

Unruh, David T., Phillip Leckman, Richard Ciolek-Torello, and John G. Douglass

2011 Architecture and Household Evolution along the Southern Chuska Slope. Paper presented in the session “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” organized by Monica Murrell and Bradley Vierra, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

V

 

Vanderpot, Rein, and Michael Heilen

2011 Native American Farming in the Western Papaguería: Evidence from the Barry M. Goldwater Range East. Poster presented at the Tri-National Sonoran Desert Symposium, Ajo, Arizona.

 

Van Keuren, Scott, and William M. Graves

2014 Cosmology and the Mundane in Hohokam Experiences of Place. Paper presented in the symposium “The Convergence of History and Space: Historically Charged Places in the Archaeological Record of North America,” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.

 

Vierra, Bradley

2014 Ancient Foragers of the Northern Rio Grande Valley. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe.

 

2014 A Sixteenth Century Spanish Campsite in the Tiguex Province. Friends of Coronado State Monument, Bernalillo.

 

2014 Social Landscape and Ecology in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented to the Albuquerque Archaeological Society, Albuquerque.

 

2014 Social Landscape and Ecology in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented at the Taos Archaeological Society, Taos.

 

2013 From the Mountain Top to the Valley Bottom: Understanding Past Land Use in the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. University of Utah Press.

            *To download the abstract, click here.

            *To buy this publication, click here.

 

2011 Foraging Societies in an Arid Environment. In Movement, Connectivity and Landscape Change: The 20th Anniversary of the Southwest Symposium, edited by Margaret C. Nelson and Colleen A. Strawhacker, pp. 25–44. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

            *To view the PDF version of this publication, click here.

 

2010 Archaic Foragers in the Northern Rio Grande. In Mountain and Valley: Understanding Past Land-Use in the Northern Rio Grande, edited by B. Vierra. Manuscript on file, Statistical Research, Redlands, California.

 

2009 Keystone in Context: A Significant Archaic Period Site in El Paso, Texas. SRI Press, Tucson.

 

2008 Early Agriculture on the Southwestern Periphery of the Colorado Plateau: Diversity in Tactics. In Archaeology Without Borders, edited by L. Webster and M. McBrinn, pp. 71–88. University of Colorado Press, Boulder.

 

Vierra, Bradley (editor)

2005 The Late Archaic Across the Borderlands: Foraging to Farming. University of Texas Press, Austin.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and B. Bousman (editors)

2012 On the Brink, Transformations in Human Organization and Adaptation at the Pleistocene-Holocene Boundary in North America. Texas A&M Press, College Station, Texas.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and M. Bremer (editors)

2007 Current Research in the Northern Rio Grande, New Mexico. Kiva 73.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and R. Ford

2007 Foragers to Farmers in the Northern Rio Grande. New Mexico. Kiva 73:117–130.

 

2006 Early Maize Agriculture in the northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. In Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize, edited by J. Staller, pp. 497–510. Elsevier Press, New York.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and T. Foxx

2009 Archaic Upland Resource Use: The View from the Pajarito Plateau. In Between Mountains–Beyond the Mountains: Papers in Honor of Paul Williams, pp. 153–166. Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and William M. Graves

2014 Movement, Persistence and Identity in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin.

 

2014 Movement, Persistence and Identity in the Southern Chuska Valley. Paper presented in the session “Highway Archaeology and Creative Mitigations. Celebrating 60 years of CRM at the NMDOT,” at the Annual Meeting of the New Mexico Archeological Conference, Albuquerque.

 

Vierra, Bradley, and Monica Murrell

2014 Symposium Organizers, “Land Use and Social History in the Southern Chuska Valley,” at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin.

 

W

 

Wegener, Robert

2015 Recent Middle Archaic and Early Agricultural Period Research in Southern Arizona. Presentation at the 2015 Annual Arizona Historic Preservation Conference, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff.

 

2015 What is Archaeology and Anthropology, How Do I Become an Archaeologist or Anthropologist? Presentation at Sierra Middle School for grades–9, Career Shadow Day, Tucson, November 19, 2015.

 

2015 What is Archaeology, How Do I Become an Archaeologist? Presentation at Liberty Elementary School 2015 Career Day, Tucson, Arizona, May 8, 2015.

 

2014 The Luke AFB Solar Power Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project. Presentation at the Arizona Museum of Natural History for the Southwest Archaeology Team. October 2, 2014.

 

2014 The Luke AFB Solar Power Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project. Presentation at Litchfield Public Library, Arizona. October 17, 2014.

 

2014 he Luke AFB Solar Power Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project: Results to Date and Project Status. Presentation at the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, July 18, 2014.

 

2014 The Luke AFB Solar Power Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project. Poster presented at the 2014 Annual Arizona Archaeological Expo, Catalina Mountain State Park, Arizona.

 

2014 New Aspects of Archaic Land Use in the Sonoran Desert: Intensive Excavation at Luke AFB, Arizona. Poster presented in the session “Middle and Late Archaic Period and Settlement in the Western Phoenix Basin, Arizona: The Luke Air Force Base Solar-Power-Array Archaeological Data Recovery Project,” organized by John Hall, at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin Texas.

 

2014 Projectile Points, Chronology, and Aboriginal Land Use in the Western Papagueria. Poster presented at the Tri-National Sonoran Desert Symposium, Ajo, Arizona.

 

Wegener, Robert, Richard Ciolek-Torello, Jeffrey Homburg, and Michelle Wienhold

2014 Studying Prehistoric Dryland Agricultural Systems in Central Arizona through Aerial LiDAR Pedology, Hydrology, and Paleobotany. In A Sense of Past: Studies in Current Archaeological Applications of Remote Sensing and Non-Invasive Prospection Methods, edited by H. Kamermands, M. Gojda, and A.G. Posluschny, pp. 93–119. BAR International Series 2588. Archaeopress, Oxford.

 

Wegmann, Karl W., Delwayne R. Bohnenstiehl, Jeffrey D. Bowman, Jeffrey A. Homburg, Jason D. Windingstad, and Derek Beery

2012 Assessing Coastal Landscape Change for Archaeological Purposes: Integrating Shallow Geophysics, Historical Archives and Geomorphology at Port Angeles, Washington, USA. Journal of Archaeological Prospection (2012): DOI 10.1002/arp.1431.

 

X

 

 

Y

 

 

Z

 

 

 

 

 

American Cultural Resources Association SRI Foundation SRI Press Nexus Heritage General Services Administration (GSA)