Above: prehistoric Pacific pilot whale ulna vs. modern Atlantic
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Publications resulting from research & development projects undertaken by Pacific ID.
Page 1: Zoogeography, paleozoology, zooarchaeology and ostemetry: 1990-2012
Page 2: Osteometric and genetic analyses of extinct NW Coast and Northern BC dogs: 1990-2012
Page 3: Domestication and speciation theory: 1996-2012
Page 4: Major research reports: 1996-2012, plus recent & on-going collaborations
Page 5: Publications resulting from Pacific ID contracting activities (co-authored & other authors)
Page 6: Magazine articles on Pacific ID projects or principals (other authors)
Zoogeography, paleozoology, zooarchaeology and ostemetry: 1990-2012
Crockford, S. J. 2012. Archaeozoology of Adak Island: 6000 years of subsistence history in the central Aleutians. Pg. 109-145 in D. West, V. Hatfield, E. Wilmerding, L. Gualtieri and C. Lefevre (eds), The People Before: The Geology, Paleoecology and Archaeology of Adak Island, Alaska. British Archaeological Reports International Series, Oxford, pg 109-145. ISBN 978-4073-0905-7
Nishida, S., West, D., S. Crockford and Koike, H. 2012. Ancient DNA analysis for the sea otter (Enhyra lutris)from archaeological sites on Adak, Aleutian Islands. Pg. 147-165 in D. West, V. Hatfield, E. Wilmerding, C. Lefèvre, L. Gualtieri (eds.), The People Before: The Geology, Paleoecology and Archaeology of Adak Island, Alaska. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2322, ISBN 978-4073-0905-7.
West, D. and S. Crockford 2012.
Conclusions. Pg. 313-321 in D. West, V. Hatfield, E. Wilmerding, C. Lefèvre, L. Gualtieri (eds.), The People Before: The Geology, Paleoecology and Archaeology of Adak Island, Alaska.Oxford, British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2322, ISBN 978-4073-0905-7.
Wilson, B. J., Crockford, S. J., Johnson, J. W., Malhi, R. S. and B. M. Kemp. 2011. Genetic and archaeological evidence for a former breeding population of Aleutian Cackling Goose (Branta hutchinsii leucopareia) on Adak Island, central Aleutians, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89: 732-743. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/journal/cjz
Crockford, S. J. and G. Frederick 2011. Neoglacial sea ice and life history flexibility in ringed and fur seals. pg.65-91 In T. Braje and R. Torrey, eds. Human Impacts on Seals, Sea Lions, and Sea Otters: Integrating Archaeology and Ecology in the Northeast Pacific. U. California Press, LA.
Orchard, T. and S.J. Crockford 2011. Size estimation of Pacific cod ( Gadus macrocephalus ) remains. Pg. 93-98 in D.West, D.Corbett, & C.Lefevre (eds.) The People at the End of the World: The Archaeology and Paleoecology of Shemya Island, Alaska. University of Kansas Anthropological Series No. 24. http://www.ku.edu/~kuanth/Publications.htm
Baichtal, J.F. and Crockford, S.J. 2011. Possibility of kelp during the LGM in SE Alaska and implications for marine mammals. Poster 5-12, 19th Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Tampa, FL. Nov. 28-Dec.2.
Crockford, S.J. 2008. Be careful what you ask for: archaeozoological evidence of mid-Holocene climate change in the Bering Sea and implications for the origins of Arctic Thule. In Islands of Inquiry: Colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes. Pp. 113-131. G. Clark, F. Leach and S. O’Connor (eds.). Terra Australis 29 ANU E Press, Canberra. http://epress.anu.edu.au/ta29_citation.html
Crockford, S. and G. Frederick 2007. Sea ice expansion in the Bering Sea during the Neoglacial: evidence from archaeozoology. The Holocene 17 (6): 699-706.
Crockford, S. J., G. Frederick & R. Wigen 2002. The Cape Flattery fur seal: An extinct species of Callorhinus in the eastern north Pacific? Canadian Journal of Archaeology 26(3) : 152-174. http://www.canadianarchaeology.com/publications.lasso
Martinsson-Wallin, H. & S. J. Crockford 2001 . Early human settlement of Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Asian Perspectives 40(2): 244-278. (includes an analysis of fish remains & a comprehensive list of modern Rapa Nui fishes). http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/asi/
Crockford, S. J. 1997. Archaeological evidence of large northern bluefin tuna, Thunnus thynnus , in coastal waters of British Columbia and northern Washington. Fishery Bulletin 95: 11-24. http://fishbull.noaa.gov/
Crockford, S. J., G. Frederick & R. Wigen 1997. A humerus story: albatross element distribution from two Northwest Coast sites, North America. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 7 : 378..1-5.
Crockford, S. J. 1994. New archaeological and ethnographic evidence of an extinct fishery for giant bluefin tuna ( Thunnus thynnus ) on the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. pg. 163-168. In: W. Van Neer (ed.), Fish Exploitation in the Past Annals of the Royal Museum of Central Africa, Zoological Sciences 274 , Tervuren Belgium.
Top: flounder/flatfish vertebrae (modern)
Bottom: cut marks, prehistoric bird wing bone