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Dynamics of the thirteenth century depopulation of the northern San Juan: the view from Cedar Mesa.
Included here is a presentation made by the authors at the Society for American Archaeology meeting in St. Louis, MO, April 15, 2010.
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 )
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 ...
Too Many Turkeys??
This PowerPoint presentation was delivered in March 2016 at the Society of Ethnobiology meetings in Tucson, AZ. The presentation has various goals, including: Describe increase in turkeys and decrease in artioodactyls in ...
The Cedar Mesa Project: 1967-2007
Costly Gobbling: Raising Turkeys in the Central Mesa Verde Area
This presentation focuses on comparisons of the Central Mesa Verde (CMV) and Northern Rio Grande (NRG) areas. Goals of the study included: 1.) Use NISP counts to assess relative abundance of turkey and artiodactyl bones ...
Setting the Stage: The Landscape Archaeology of the Cedar Mesa Basketmaker II
This paper was presented at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Using Science to Revive Old Excavations
The value (and excitement) of archaeological field work doesn’t end when the pits are backfilled, the artifacts are analyzed, and the reports written. At least that’s true if the collections are safely curated in a well-run ...
Breaking Ground: The Neolithic Arrives in the American Southwest
The Neolithic Revolution was not a single event, but took place at many different times and places around the world. Bill Lipe reveals how this momentous transition gave rise to the Dillard site near Mesa Verde.