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Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi communities in Dolores: Early small settlements in the Dolores River Canyon and Western Sagehen Flats area
(U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver, Colorado, 1986-05)
This volume reports on a series of investigations in the Dolores River canyon and the western Sagehen Flats area of the Dolores Project. Included in the collection are an overview of the Grass Mesa Locality (with a summary ...
Toward a Better Understanding of North Peninsular Gulf Coast Florida Prehistory: Archaeological Reconnaissance in Dixie County, Florida
(Florida Anthropologist, 1987-12)
Archaeological reconnaissance in portions of Dixie County and selected adjacent sections of Taylor and Levy Counties, Florida, resulted in the description of 28 sites that, along with the region's previously known sites, ...
Long-term Anasazi Land-Use Patterns and Forest Reduction: A Case Study from Southwest Colorado
(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, ...
Surface Estimation of Site Structure and Content, Dolores Project
(Atechiston, Inc., 1980)
In a program with a regional focus such as the Dolores Project, it is clearly impossible to excavate all the known sites, or even a very large sample of them, and, inevitably much of our inference concerning distributions ...
Forum: Grand Challenges for Archaeology
(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 ...
Sunk-Cost Effects Made Ancient Societies Vulnerable to Collapse
(Current Anthropology, 2003)
In this report we seek to unite these two explanations in a model that suggests why and under what conditions societies faced with resource degradation might “fail to adapt.” We are not peddling a new universal theory for ...