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  • Unpacking Production, Resharpening and Hammer Type 

    Andrefsky, William, Jr. (Cambridge University Press, 2008)
    Measuring retouch amounts on stone tools has been helpful for understanding human organizational strategies. Multiple retouch indices geared toward assessing retouch amounts on flake tools and unifaces have been developed, ...
  • Untitled note on Engelbert Site excavations. 

    Lipe, William D. (State University of New York at Binghamton, 1967)
    Notes on Engelbert Site excavations, Nichols, New York in 1967.
  • What serves as evidence for the presence (or absence) of Pleistocene language? 

    Premo, Luke (Journal of Anthropological Sciences, 2013)
    Benítez-Burraco & Barceló-Coblijn present some good reasons for showing caution before interpreting evidence for the introgression of DNA from “archaic” human populations, such as Neandertals and Denisovans, into anatomically ...
  • Why Did We Do It That Way: The University of Utah Glen Canyon Project in Retrospect 

    Lipe, William D. (Archaeological Society of New Mexico, 2012)
    Carol Condie AND I both worked on the University of Utah portion of the Glen Canyon Archeological Project--she as de facto editor of the University of Utah Anthropological Papers (though her actual title was Associate ...
  • Why Foragers Choose Acorns Before Salmon: Modeling Back-loaded Resources vs. Front-Loaded Resources 

    Tushingham, Shannon; Bettinger, Robert L. (Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, 2010)
    Salmon and acorns were the most important terrestrial foods in the diet of contact period groups in northwestern California. Throughout the ethnography salmon is said to be the primary staple, while acorns come in a close ...
  • Wilderness Values and Archaeological Resource Management. 

    Lipe, William D. (Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota, 1990)
    Most archaeological sites in wilderness have value primarily for the information they can yield. Often, information value can be realized only through methods such as excavation and artifact collection that physically ...
  • Woodrats Rule! Climbing and Coring in Southeast Utah Cliff Dwellings 

    Lipe, William D.; Matson, R. G. (4/1/2015 0)
    William (Bill) Lipe and RG Matson made this presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in San Francisco, April, 2015, in honor of archaeologist Tom Windes. Windes contributed to the archaeology ...
  • Zooarchaeological Habitat Analysis of Ancient Maya Landscape Changes 

    Emery, Kitty F; Thornton, Erin Kennedy (Journal of Ethnobiology, 2008)
    Consensus has not yet been reached regarding the role of human-caused environmental change in the history of Classic Maya civilization. On one side of the debate, researchers argue that growing populations and agricultural ...