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  • Cultural Dynamics, Deep Time, and Data: Planning Cyberinfrastructure Investments for Archaeology 

    Kintigh, Keith; Altschul, Jeffrey H.; Kinzig, Ann P.; Kohler, Timothy A.; Limp, W. Fredrick; Michener, William K.; Sabloff, Jeremy A.; Hackett, Edward J.; Lud?scher, Bertram; Lynch, Clifford A. (Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2015)
    Archaeological data and research results are essential to addressing such fundamental questions as the origins of human culture; the origin, waxing, and waning of civilizations and cities; the response of societies to ...
  • Forum: Grand Challenges for Archaeology 

    Kintigh, Keith W.; Altschul, Jeffrey H.; Beaudry, Mary C.; Drennan, Robert D.; Kinzig, Ann P.; Kohler, Timothy A.; Limp, W. Fredrick; Maschner, Herbert D.G.; Michener, William K.; Pauketat, Timothy R.; Peregrine, Peter; Sabloff, Jeremy A.; Wilkinson, Tony J.; Wright, Henry T.; Zeder, Melinda A. (American Antiquity, 2014)
    This article represents a systematic effort to answer the question, What are archaeology’s most important scientific challenges? Starting with a crowd-sourced query directed broadly to the professional community of ...
  • Long-term Anasazi Land-Use Patterns and Forest Reduction: A Case Study from Southwest Colorado 

    Kohler, Timothy A.; Matthews, Meredith H. (American Antiquity, 1988)
    Species of wood used for fuel changed significantly through time at a large Anasazi village in southwestern Colorado occupied from about A.D. 750 to 900. Changes also occurred in other records of plant use from this site, ...
  • The Neolithic Demographic Transition in the U.S. Southwest 

    Kohler, Timothy A.; Glaude, Matt Pier; Bocquet-Appel, Jean-Pierre; Kemp, Brian M. (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 ...