From mountaintop to valley bottom : understanding past land use in the northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico /

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Main Author: Vierra, Bradley J. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, 2013.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword / Severin M. Fowles
  • Introduction / Bradley J. Vierra
  • The geochemistry and archaeological petrology of volcanic raw materials in northern New Mexico : obsidian and dacite sources in upland and lowland contexts / M. Steven Shackley
  • Surficial processes and preservation of ancestral Puebloan archaeological sites on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico / Paul G. Drakos and Steven L. Reneau
  • Dendroclimatic reconstructions of precipitation for the northern Rio Grande / Ronald H. Towner and Mathew W. Salzer
  • The cultural ecology of Jemez Cave / Richard I. Ford
  • Transitional archaic and emergent agricultural settlement in the lowland/upland settings of the northern Rio Grande, New Mexico / Stephen S. Post
  • Ecological uncertainly and organizational flexibility on the prehistoric Tewa landscape : notes from the northern frontier / Samuel Duwe and Kurt F. Anschuetz
  • Living it up : upland adaptation and high-altitude occupation by ancestral Pueblo people during the gallina phase along the Continental Divide / J. Michael Bremer and Denver Burns
  • Upland/lowland corridors and historic Jicarilla Apache settlement in the northern Rio Grande / B. Sunday Eiselt
  • Archaic foraging technology and land use in the northern Rio Grande, New Mexico / Bradley J. Vierra
  • The gradual development of systems of pottery production and distribution across northern Rio Grande landscapes / C. Dean Wilson
  • From the land of the little birds to the valleys of the white rock, Tewa, Galisteo, Rio Grande, and Santa Fe rivers : diet and subsistence meet the challenges of a changing environment / Pamela J. McBride and Mollie S. Toll
  • Northern Rio Grande faunal exploitation : a view from the Pajarito Plateau, the tewa Basin, and beyond / Nancy J. Akins
  • Discussion : landscape, movement, and technology in the northern Rio Grande / Timothy A. Kohler.