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Historical Ecology in the Mesa Verde Region: Results From The Village Project
(American Antiquity, 2007)
Using the occupation histories of 3,176 habitation sites, new estimates of maize-agriculture productivity, and an analysis of over 1,700 construction timbers, we examine the historical ecology of Pueblo peoples during their ...
The social consequences of climate change in the Central Mesa Verde region
(American Antiquity, 2016)
The consequences of climate change vary over space and time. Effective studies of human responses to climatically induced environmental change must therefore sample the environmental diversity experienced by specific ...
History of Investigations
(Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 2007)
The research at Sand Canyon Pueblo (Site 5MT765) was a major component of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's Sand Canyon Archaeological Project. This project also included intensive excavations at a small site (Green ...
Occasional Papers of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center No. 2: The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report
(Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 1992)
Included here are four chapters authored or co-authored by William D. Lipe as part of the Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report. The introduction to the report reads: “The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center ...
The Neolithic Demographic Transition in the U.S. Southwest
(American Antiquity, 2008)
Maize agriculture was practiced in the U.S. Southwest slightly before 2000 B.C., but had a negligible impact on population growth rates until the development or introduction of more productive land races; the ability to ...