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Cooperative Foraging Strategies and Technological Investment in the Western Great Basin: An Investigation of Archaeological Remains from the Winnemucca Lake Caves, Nevada
This thesis investigates evidence for the intensity and development of cooperative foraging strategies and investment in cordage and lithic technologies through time in the western Great Basin. It specifically addresses ...
Ever Upward? Intensification on the Western Divide: Lithic Assemblages in an Evolutionary Perspective
Analysis of flaked stone assemblages from four study sites on the Western Divide illustrates changing patterns of hunter-gatherer land use in the southern Sierra Nevada during the Late Holocene. At the macroregional scale ...
Pharo Village, Alluvial Geochronology, Climate, and Implications for Fremont Site Occupation and Abandonment
The results of geoarchaeological investigations at Pharo Village, a Fremont hamlet situated on a large alluvial fan in central Utah, are discussed in order to reveal ways in which changes in landform dynamics contributed ...
Habitat Distribution, Settlement Systems, and Territorial Maintenance in the Southern Sierra Nevada, California
This dissertation evaluates the ecology of low population density forager territoriality through the lens of ideal free and despotic distribution models. It does so by asking how the Tubatulabal were able to maintain a ...