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A Conservation Model for Archaeology.
(Archaeology Southwest (Organization), 2005)
Hitchhiker?s guide to genetic diversity in socially structured populations
(Current Zoology, 2012)
When selection increases the frequency of a beneficial gene substitution it can also increase the frequencies of linked neutral alleles through a process called genetic hitchhiking. A model built to investigate reduced ...
Cultural transmission and diversity in time-averaged assemblages
(Current Anthropology, 2014)
Anthropologists have adopted methods from population genetics to study modes of cultural transmission in time-transgressive cultural data sets. However, it remains unclear to what extent methods originally developed to ...
Perspectives from the Advanced Seminar
(School for Advanced Research Press, 2009)
Cultural resource management (CRM) archaeology emerged in the mid-1970s in response to laws and public policies focused on resource management and planning, rather than on the "salvage" of sites that were "in the way of ...
Research on Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS): Approach, Challenges, and Strategies
(Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 2011)
Understanding the complexity of human–nature interactions is central to the quest for both human well-being and global sustainability. To build an understanding of these interactions, scientists, planners, resource managers, ...
Exploring the Future of Archaeology on the Plateau: The 2014 Washington State University Museum of Anthropology Plateau Conference
(Society for American Archaeology, SAA Record, 2014)
The Intermontane Plateau region of North America has an incredibly rich and unique environmental and cultural history with amazing research potential. It is also home to a number of thriving American Indian Tribes who are ...
Dynamics of Thirteenth-Century Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: The View from Cedar Mesa
This document comprises supplemental information to accompany the complete article submitted to the journal Kiva in August 2015.
Zooarchaeological Habitat Analysis of Ancient Maya Landscape Changes
(Journal of Ethnobiology, 2008)
Consensus has not yet been reached regarding the role of human-caused environmental change in the history of Classic Maya civilization. On one side of the debate, researchers argue that growing populations and agricultural ...