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Modeling Archaeological Sites and Forest History on Cedar Mesa, SE Utah
Producing a model that successfully predicts archaeological site densities over a large area of more than 1,000,00 acres which had diverse prehistoric adaptations and diverse environments is an extremely difficult task. ...
Turkey Pen Excavation
The Cedar Mesa Project was an archaeological project on Cedar Mesa in SE Utah, funded by the National Science Foundation and co-directed by William (Bill) Lipe and R.G. Matson. This report provides background information ...
Final report for archaeological sampling survey of proposed additions to the existing Grand Gulch Primitive Area
(Department of Anthropology, Museum of Northern Arizona, 9/12/1977 )
Cultural transformations in southwestern prehistory: new insights from old collections
Summary: Several major transformations shaped U.S. Pueblo Indian culture history between 1500 BC and AD 1300. These included 1) shift to dependence on maize; 2) emergence of the "full Formative" cultural complex; 3) collapse ...
Changes in Turkey and Artiodactyl Abundance in Central Mesa Verde and Northern Rio Grande Archaeological Assemblages
Previous zooarchaeological studies in the Southwest indicate that over time, larger animal resources such as deer are replaced by smaller ones such as lagomorphs (cottontails and jackrabbits) and domesticated turkey in ...
Woodrats Rule! Climbing and Coring in Southeast Utah Cliff Dwellings
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 ...