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Research Projects, Presentations & Publications
The University of Utah, Department of Anthropology offers advanced degrees in the field. Many department graduate students have initiated independent research projects after visiting Range Creek and have presented the results of these inquiries at conferences and seminars. Listed below are some of these graduate students and NHMU research projects.
- Hart, I.A., K.L. Thomas & D. Metcalfe: The Archaeology of Range Creek Canyon: An Introduction
- Green, R.: Catchment Analysis Using GIS to Understand Prehistoric Foraging Behavior in Range Creek Canyon, Utah
- Springer, C.H.: Archaeological Recovery of Nicotiana attenuata (coyote tobacco) in Range Creek Canyon, Utah-Preliminary Findings.
- Viewshed Analysis of Stored Resources in Range Creek Canyon, Central Utah (Great Basin Anthropological Association - 1st Place Student Poster Award
- Investigating Storage Strategies in Range Creek Canyon
- Excavation and Geophysics at 42Em2861 in Range Creek, Utah
- Features Beneath Middens: Test Excavations in Range Creek, Utah
- New Date on 42Em19 Confirms Intense Fremont Occupation of Range Creek Canyon
- Catchment Analysis Using GIS to Understand Prehistoric Foraging Behavior
- Understanding and Preventing Vandalism to Archaeological Sites
Metcalfe, D. & S. Arnold: Exploring the Cost of Hoarding in Range Creek Canyon, Utah
Springer, C.H.: Archaeological Report: 2006 Range Creek Channel Modification
Spurling, A.:Sourcing Range Creek Ceramics
Yentsch, A.: Dendroarchaeology in Range Creek Canyon, Utah
Kelsey, A., B. Corbin & C. Springer: A Flora of Range Creek Canyon, Utah