63rd PLAINS ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONFERENCE
Abstracts of papers presented at the 63rd Plains Conference by members of the Greybull River Sustainable Landscape Ecology project are available at the link below.
Since September 13, 2005
2005 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
The links below connect to 11x17 inch PDF file versions of the 63rd Plains
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Check back later for the remainder of the 2005 Posters (last updated 04/24/2006 11:25 -0700)
Bechberger, J., M Reiser, L. Todd, and B. Roth. Archaeology in the 21st Century: A Mobile, Web-based Unit for In-field Site Documentation
Bechberger, J. L. Todd, A. Bohn, M. Reiser, N. Ollie, and C. Hurst. Indications of Ephemeral Paleoindian Occupation in the Upper Greybull Watershed
Bohn, A. and L. Todd. Through the Volcanic Glass: Obsidian Artifacts as Proxy for Investigating Land Use Dynamics in the Upper Greybull River Drainage
Cheshire, A, E Long, Z. Miller, and S. Hutchinson. Game Trails and Site Locations: Is There a Connection?
Hurst, C, P. Barry, C. Kinneer, and L. Todd. SwitchBack: A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Model for Past Human Movement Across a Northwestern Wyoming Landscape
Hutchinson, S and L. Todd. The Ecological Impacts of Archaeological Field Research on the Central Absaroka Mountain Range, WY.
Kinneer, C., J.D. Kennedy, and L. Todd. Counting Rocks!: Generating a Baseline for Human Energy Investment in the Construction of High Altitude Stone Structures
Long, J. Evaluating Inter-Observer Variability in Field Coding of Chipped Stone
Miller, Z, S. Hutchinson, and L. Todd. Historic Seasonal Pastoralist Occupation in the Absarokas of Wyoming: A Study of Jack Creek Cow Camp
Ollie, N, L. Todd, M. Reiser, and J. Bechberger. Wasting Away on the Sunny Side of the Mountain: Depositional Dynamics and Archaeological Exposure
Parks, E, M. Reiser, and L. Todd. A Growing Picture: The “Ghost Forests” of Jack Creek Wyoming
Reiser, M, L. Todd, J. Bechberger, and E. Parks. In the Shadow of Ghost Trees: Applying Forest Ecology to Archaeological Interpretations
Tedrow, M. Analysis of Secondary Deposition of the Material Culture in the Greybull River Drainage
Teeter, S, Z. Koski, and C. Burke. Relocation and Monitoring: Past Weapons of Mass Destruction
Todd, L. and A. Bohn. Experiential Learning, Local Stewardship, and Archaeological Investigations along the Upper Greybull River Drainage, Northwestern Wyoming
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