SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND REPORTS BY MICHAEL A. GLASSOW

l965   The Conejo Rock Shelter: An Inland Chumash Site in Ventura County, California.  Archaeological Survey Annual Report  7:l9-90.  University of California, Los Angeles.   (Paper copy available from Coyote Press)

l967   The Ceramics of Huistla, a West Mexican Site in the Municipality of Etzatlán, Jalisco.  American Antiquity  32:64-83.  (Available at JSTOR)

l967   Considerations in Estimating Prehistoric California Coastal Populations.  American Antiquity Vol. 32:354-359.  (Available at JSTOR)

1972  Changes in the Adaptations of Southwestern Basketmakers: A Systems Perspective.  In Contemporary Archaeology, a Guide to Theory and Contributions, edited by M. P. Leone, pp. 289-302.  Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale.

l976   Population Aggregation and Systemic Change:  Examples from the American Southwest.  In The Explanation of Organizational Change, edited by J. N. Hill, pp. l85-2l4.  School of American Research, Santa Fe.

l977   Issues in Evaluating the Significance of Archaeological Resources. American Antiquity 42:4l3-420.  (Available at JSTOR)

1978   The Concept of Carrying Capacity in the Study of Culture Process.  In Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 1:31-47.  (Available at JSTOR)

l979   An Evaluation of Inezeño Chumash Subsistence and Economics.  Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology l:l55-l6l.  (Available at eScholarship)

l980   Prehistoric Agricultural Development in the Northern Southwest.  Ballena Press Anthropological Papers l6.

1980   Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Channel Islands.  The California Islands, Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium, edited by D. M. Power, pp. 79-99.  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

1982   Archaeological Investigations on Eastern San Miguel Island, Channel Island National Park, California, 2 vols.  National Park Service, Western Regional Office, San Francisco.  Report on file at the Central Coast Information Center, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara.

1984   Archaeological Investigations on the San Antonio Terrace, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, in Connection with MX Facilities Construction, 5 vols. (with 11 other authors).  Chambers Consultants and Planners, Stanton, California.  Report on file at the Central Coast Information Center, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara.  (Paper copy available from Coyote Press)

1984   An Archaeological Survey of the Vermejo Canyon, Colfax County, New Mexico.  In The Archaeology of Northeast New Mexico, edited by C. Condie. New Mexico Archaeological Council Proceedings 6(1):93-117.

1985   The Research Significance of Small Sites in Coastal California. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 7:58-66.  (Available at eScholarship)

1986   Mescalitan Island Archaeology and the Canalino Period of Santa Barbara Channel Prehistory (with J. Johnson and J. Erlandson).  In Symposium: A New Look at Some Old Sites, edited by F. A. Riddell, pp. 9-20.  Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory 6.  (Paper copy available from Coyote Press)

1988   Cultural and Environmental Change During the Early Period of Santa Barbara Channel Prehistory (with L. R. Wilcoxon and J. M. Erlandson).  In The Archaeology of Prehistoric Coastlines, pp. 64-77, J. Parkington and G. Bailey, eds.  Cambridge University Press.  (Available at Google books)

1988   Coastal Adaptations near Point Conception, California, with Particular Regard to Shellfish Exploitation (with L. R. Wilcoxon).  American Antiquity 53:36-51.  (Available at JSTOR)

1990   Archaeological Investigations on Vandenberg Air Force Base in Connection with the Development of Space Transportation System Facilities, Final Report, 2 vols. (with 7 other authors).  Interagency Archaeological Services, National Park Service, Western Region, San Francisco.  Report on file at the Central Coast Information Center, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara.  (Slightly revised version issued by Coyote Press in 1991)

1991   Early Holocene Adaptations on Vandenberg Air Force Base, Santa Barbara County.  In Hunter-Gatherers of Early Holocene Coastal California, edited by J. M. Erlandson and R. H. Colten, pp. 113-124.  Perspectives in California Archaeology 1, Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

1991   Archaeological Investigations at Point Sal, Santa Barbara County, California (final report).  Bureau of Land Management, Caliente Resource Area, Bakersfield.  Report on file at the Central Coast Information Center, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara.

1992   The Relative Dietary Importance of Marine Foods through Time in Western Santa Barbara County.  In Essays on the Prehistory of Maritime California, edited by T. L. Jones, Center for Archaeological Research at Davis Publication 10:115-128.

1992   Changes in Prehistoric Subsistence, Settlement, and Technology at SBA-84 and SBA-117, El Capitan State Beach, California.  In Archaeological Investigations of Some Significant Sites on the Central Coast of California, edited by H. Dallas and G. S. Breschini.  Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory 37:109-132.

1992   Archaic Cultural Development in California.  Revista de Arqueología Americana 5:201-229.  Instituto Panamericano de Geografía e Historia. (issued in 1993)

1993   Archaeology on the Northern Channel Islands of California, Studies of Subsistence, Economics, and Social Organization (volume editor). Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory 34.

1993   Changes in Subsistence on Marine Resources through 7,000 Years of Prehistory on Santa Cruz Island, California.  In Archaeology on the Northern Channel Islands of California, Studies of Subsistence, Economics, and Social Organization, edited by M. Glassow, Coyote Press Archives of California Prehistory 34:75-94.

1993   The Occurrence of Red Abalone Shells in Northern Channel Island Archaeological Middens: Implications for Climatic Reconstruction.  In Third California Islands Symposium: Recent Advances in Research on the California Islands, pp. 567-576, edited by F. G. Hochberg.  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

1994   Confirmation of Middle Holocene Ocean Cooling Inferred from Stable Isotopic Analysis of Prehistoric Shells from Santa Cruz Island, California (with D. J. Kennett, J. P. Kennett, and L. R. Wilcoxon).  In The Fourth California Islands Symposium: Update on the Status of Resources, edited by W. L. Halvorson and G. J. Maender, pp. 223-232.  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

1996   Purisimeño Chumash Prehistory: Maritime Adaptations along the Southern California Coast.  Case Studies in Archaeology.  Harcourt Brace, Fort Worth.

1996   Archaeological Research on Santa Rosa Island.  In Island of the Cowboys, Santa Rosa Island, edited by K. B. Allen, pp. 147-167.  Santa Cruz Island Foundation, Santa Rosa Island Chapter, Santa Barbara.

1996   The Significance to California Prehistory of the Earliest Mortars and Pestles.  Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 32(4):14-26 (issued 1997).  (Available at http://www.pcas.org/Vol32N4.html)

1997   Archaeology of the California Coast during the Middle Holocene.  (coedited with J. M. Erlandson).  Perspectives in California Archaeology 4.  Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

1997   Middle Holocene Cultural Development in the Central Santa Barbara Channel Region.  In Archaeology of the California Coast During the Middle Holocene, edited by J. M. Erlandson and M. A. Glassow.  Perspectives in California Archaeology 4:73-90.  Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

1997   Research Issues of Importance to Coastal California Archaeology of the Middle Holocene.  In Archaeology of the California Coast During the Middle Holocene, edited by J. M. Erlandson and M. A. Glassow.  Perspectives in California Archaeology 4:151-161.  Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

1999   Measurement of Population Growth and Decline During California Prehistory.  Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 21(1):45-66.  (Available at eScholarship)

1999   Development of Maritime Adaptations during the Middle Holocene of the California Coast.  Revista de Arqueología Americana 16:155-182. (issued in 2000)  (Available at http://www.ipgh.org/spanish/publicaciones/periodicas/inraa.htm)

2000   Weighing vs. Counting Shellfish Remains, A Comment on Mason, Peterson, and Tiffany.  American Antiquity 65(2):407-414.

2000   A Terminal Middle Period Site Near Purisima Point, Western Santa Barbara County, California (with T. Gregory).  Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 22(1):133-150.

2002   Prehistoric Chronology and Environmental Change at the Punta Arena Site, Santa Cruz Island, California.  Proceedings of the Fifth California Islands Symposium, edited by D. R. Browne, K. L. Mitchell, and H. W. Chaney, pp. 555-562.  Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

2002   Man in the Coastal Zone: Experience of Centuries (volume coeditor; N. Kristoforova, principal editor).  Far Eastern State University, Vladivostok.

2002   Late Holocene Prehistory of the Vandenberg Region.  In Catalysts to Complexity, Late Holocene Societies of the California Coast, edited by J. M. Erlandson, and T. L. Jones, pp. 183-204.  Perspectives in California Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles. (issued in 2003)

2004   Identifying Complexity During the Early Prehistory of Santa Cruz Island, California.  In Foundations of Chumash Complexity, edited by J. Arnold, pp. 17-24.  Perspectives in California Archaeology 7.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

2004   Applying the Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses to the Archaeology of Early Sites Along California’s Central Coast.  In Emerging from the Ice Age, Early Holocene Occupations on California’s Central Coast, A Compilation of Research in Honor of Roberta Greenwood, edited by E. Bertrando and V. A. Levulett, pp. 17-25.   Occasional Paper 17, San Luis Obispo County Archaeological Society, San Luis Obispo.

2005   Variation in Marine Fauna Utilization by Middle Holocene Occupants of Santa Cruz Island.  In Proceedings of the Sixth California Islands Symposium, 2005, edited by D. K. Garcelon and C. A. Schwemm, pp. 23-32. National Park Service Technical Publication CHIS-05-01, Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata, CA.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

2005   Prehistoric Dolphin Hunting on Santa Cruz Island, California.  In The Exploitation and Cultural Importance of Sea Mammals, edited by G. Monks, pp. 107-120. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2005   Excavation.  In Handbook of Archaeological Methods, vol. 1, edited by H. D. G. Maschner and C. Chippindale, pp. 133-175. Altamira Press, Lanham.

2007   Prehistory of the Northern California Bight and the Adjacent Transverse Ranges, coauthored with L. H. Gamble, J. E. Perry, and G. S. Russell.  In California Prehistory, Colonization, Culture, and Complexity, edited by T. L. Jones and K. A. Klar, pp. 191-213.  Altamira Press.

2008   The Punta Arena Site: Early and Middle Holocene Cultural Development on Santa Cruz Island, coauthored with J. E. Perry and P. F. Paige.  Contributions in Anthropology 3, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.

2008   The Impact of Sea Water Temperature Fluctuation on Prehistoric Maritime Hunter-Gatherer-Fishers: A Case Study from Southern California.  In Maritime Adaptation and Seaside Settlement Across the North Pacific During the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition, edited by J. Cassidy, R. Ackerman, and I. Ponkratova.  North Pacific Prehistory 2:153-167.

2009   Alluvial History and Human Prehistory in Pozo Canyon, Santa Cruz Island, California.  In Proceedings of the 7th California Islands Symposium, edited by C. C. Damiani and D. K. Garcelon, pp. 53-65.  Institute for Wildlife Studies, Arcata.  (Available at http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/medn/symposia/index.cfm)

2010   Channel Islands National Park, Archaeological Overview and Assessment, compiler and editor, and coauthor with T. J. Braje, J. G. Costello, J. M. Erlandson, J. R. Johnson, D. P. Morris, J. E. Perry, and T. C. Rick.  Channel Islands National Park, Ventura.

2011   Aspects of Jicarilla Apache Settlement, Subsistence and Political Organization During the Early Eighteenth Century.  In Words and Sherds, Papers in Honor of Meliha S. Duran & David T. Kirkpatrick, edited by E. Brown, C. J. Condie, and H. K. Crotty, pp. 109-118.  Archaeological Society of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

2011   Early Settlement Systems in the Middle Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Barbara County, California” (with Joan Brandoff-Kerr, Lisa C. Hosale, and Dan Reeves).  California Archaeology 3(1):53-74.

2012   Exploring Methods of Faunal Analysis: Perspectives from California Archaeology, coeditor with T. L. Joslin.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, University of California, Los Angeles.

2012   Introduction.  In Exploring Methods of Faunal Analysis: Perspectives from California Archaeology, edited by M. A. Glassow and T. L. Joslin.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, University of California, Los Angeles.

2012   Deer Bone Fragmentation in Coastal Southern California Prehistoric Sites.  In Exploring Methods of Faunal Analysis: Perspectives from California Archaeology, edited by M. A. Glassow and T. L. Joslin.  Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, University of California, Los Angeles.

2012   Issues Confronting Faunal Analysis in California. In Exploring Methods of Faunal Analysis: Insights from California Archaeology, edited by M. A. Glassow and T. L. Joslin, pp. 215-222. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

2012   Red Abalone Collecting and Marine Water Temperature During the Middle Holocene Occupation of Santa Cruz Island, California (with H. B. Thakar and Douglas J. Kennett).  Journal of Archaeological Science 39:2574-2582.

i.p.      Settlement Systems on Santa Cruz Island between 6300 and 5300 BP.  Chapter 4 in Small Islands, Big Implications, the California Channel Islands and Their Archaeological Contributions, edited by C. Jazwa and J. Perry.  To be published by the University of Utah Press.