Fieldwork for the project has begun to assemble a body of information about a diverse set of interactions in some of Wyoming’s mountains. Several aspects of these studies have been published. For other types of information on the project’s research look at the group of Master’s theses and presentations at profession meetings on GRSLE related work.
If you cannot access any of these publications in your library, please contact [email protected] to request reprints.
Todd, L. (2015). A record of overwhelming complexity: High elevation archaeology in Northwestern Wyoming. In Papers in honor of James Benedict, Plains Anthropologist Memoir 43, edited by K.P. Cannon, J. Finley, and M.B. Cannon, pp. 67-86. Plains Anthropologist 60(236).
Feathers, J.K., M.N .Zedeño, L.C. Todd, and S. Aaberg. (2015). Dating Stone Alignments by Luminescence. Advances in Archaeological Practice 3(4):378-396.
Reckin, R. and L.C. Todd. (2019). Social-boundary Defence, Mountain People and Obsidian in the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA. Hunter Gatherer Research 3.3:429-458.
Todd, L.C. (2019). Taking it to Another Level: Engaging the Archaeology of Northwestern Wyoming’s High Elevation Landscapes. In Dinwoody Dissected: Looking at the Interrelationships between Central Wyoming Petroglyphs, edited by D. Walker, pp. 185-211. Wyoming Archaeological Society. Copy of this paper can be downloaded here:
Reckin, R. and L.C. Todd (2020a). Illuminating high elevation seasonal occupational duration using diversity in lithic raw materials and tool types in the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 57:101119.
Reckin, R. and L.C. Todd (2020b). Refining Chronology for Surface Collections: A New Adaptation of Morphological Dichotomous Keys for the Plains Typology and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Plains Anthropologist, 65:121-149.