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Too Many Turkeys??
This PowerPoint presentation was delivered March 15, 2016, at Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde, AZ. It poses the question "Did raising extra corn for turkeys put too much stress on Pueblo farming in the AD 1200s?"
Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the 13th Century
This presentation was given in May 2014 at the Spokane chapter meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). The presentation deals with questions about where the former inhabitants of the Cedar Mesa region in ...
Archeological Excavations In Glen Canyon: A Preliminary Report Of 1958 Work
(Utah Archeology, 1/1/1958 0)
A dozen archaeological sites, located in Southern Utah's deep Glen Canyon on the Colorado, were excavated in summer 1958 by a crew of archaeologists from the University of Utah. Some of these sites were flooded in the ...
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 ...
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. ...
Bears Ears Controversy: Some Monumental Issues
(Archaeology Southwest, 1/8/2018)
This blog post was published in January 2018 by WSU professor emeritus Bill Lipe in response to the Trump administration's announcement in December 2017 that it will radically shrink federally protected lands in Utah, ...