H 290 x W 205 mm
142 illustrations, 109 tables (103 plates in colour)
Published Feb 2018
Edited by Matthew J. Landt
In 2008-9, a 14-in. natural gas liquids pipeline was constructed in Colorado and Wyoming. Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc. was hired to survey the route; the major research themes presented here synthesize chronometric and spatial information, subsistence, prehistoric technology, small cultural features, and prehistoric architecture.
Chapter 1: Introduction – by Alan D. Reed and Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 2: Effective Environment – by Rand A. Greubel, Jenn Mueller, Alan D. Reed, and Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 3: Culture History – by Jenn Mueller, Rand A. Greubel, Jonathon C. Horn, Alan D. Reed,and Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 4: Methods – by Matthew J. Landt, Alan D. Reed, Jonathon C. Horn, Justin P. Williams, Michael J. Prouty, Jenn Mueller, Abbie L. Harrison, Martha Bright and Stephanie L. Dudash; Chapter 5: Site Distribution and Settlement Patterns – by Jeremy Omvig and Iraida A. Rodriquez; Chapter 6: Subsistence – by Abbie L. Harrison, Jenn Mueller, and Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 7: Prehistoric Technology – by Rand A. Greubel, Jaclyn Mullen, Jeremy Omvig, Michael J. Prouty, Charles A. Reed, and Jenn Mueller; Chapter 8: Thermal Features – by Sara A. Millward; Chapter 9: Prehistoric Architecture – by Charles A. Reed and Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 10: Application of Remote Sensing – by Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 11: Utility of Prehistoric Archaeological Units – by Matthew J. Landt; Chapter 12: Historic Research Themes – by Jack E. Pfertsh and Tracy L. Hoose; Chapter 13: Project Evaluation – by Matthew J. Landt and Alan D. Reed