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Conserving the in Situ Archaeological Record
(Getty Conservation Institute, 2000)
In the 20th century, archaeologists made great strides in learning to understand the material record of past human life. Concurrently, destruction of the archaeological record increased as population growth, economic ...
The Mesa Verde Region During Chaco Times
(School for Advanced Research Press, 2006)
Although the communities of the Mesa Verde region were largely self-sufficient economically, they were never isolated from events taking place elsewhere in the Southwest. This was especially true in the Pueblo II period, ...
Agent-based models as behavioral laboratories for evolutionary anthropological research
(Arizona Anthropologist, 2006)
Agent-based models can provide paleoanthropologists with a view of behavioral dynamics and site formation processes as they unfold in digital caricatures of past societies and paleoenvironments. This paper argues that the ...
On the Fringe: Community Dynamics at Cox Ranch Pueblo
(New Mexico State University, 2005)
Cox Ranch Pueblo is the center of a sizable Chaco-period (A.D. 1050-1130) community in the southern Cibola region. The Cox Ranch Pueblo Community Research Project has been exploring the connections distant communities may ...
A Conservation Model for Archaeology.
(Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)
A Conversation with Bill Lipe (interview format)
(Washington State University Press, 2006)
On April 7, 2006, at Washington State University, Tim Kohler and R. G. Matson interviewed Bill Lipe about the book Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe's Contributions to Southwestern Prehistory and Public Archaeology. ...
The Cedar Mesa Project: 1967-2007