Publications: A-F

Alarashi H. 2010: “Shell beads in the Prepottery Neolithic B in Central Levant: note about the Cypraeidae of Tell Aswad (Damascus, Syria)”. In Alvarez Fernandez E & Carvajal Contreras D.R. (eds.): Not only food: Marine, Terrestrial and Freshwater molluscs in Archaeological sites (Proceedings of the 2nd ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working group, Santander, 2008). Munibe Suplemento 31. Pp.88-98

Alarashi H. et Chambrade M.-L. 2010: Outils géographiques appliqués à l’étude de la provenance des matériaux utilisés pour la parure néolithique : l’exemple du site de Mureybet”. In Alarashi H. et al. (éds) : Regards croisés sur l’étude archéologique des paysages anciens. Actes du colloque BH2, TMO 56, pp. 95-106. http://www.persee.fr/web/ouvrages/home/prescript/article/mom_1955-4982_2010_act_56_1_1331

Allen, M.J., Sharples, N. & O’Connor, T. 2009. Land and People; papers in memory of John G. Evans. Oxford: Prehistoric Society Research Paper 2

Allen, M.J. 2007. Land use the landscape development (p151-189), in French, C., Lewis, H., Allen, M.J., Green, M. Scaife, R.G. & Gardiner, J. 2007. Prehistoric landscape development and human impact in the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monograph

Allen, M.J. 2007. Land snails in Allen, M.J., Evidence of the prehistoric and medieval environment of Old Town, Eastbourne: studies of hillwash in the Bourne valley, Star Brewery Site. Sussex Archaeological Collections 145, 33-66

Allen, M.J. 2005. Land snails in Allen, M.J., Beaker and Early Bronze Age activity, and a possible Beaker valley entrenchment, in Cuckoo Bottom, near Lewes, East Sussex, Sussex Archaeological Collections 143, 35-45

Allen, M.J. et al. 2003. The environmental evidence (snails), in Ellis, C, Allen, M.J., Gardiner, J., Harding, P., Ingrem, C. Powell, A. and Scaife, R.G. 2003. An early Mesolithic seasonal hunting site in the Kennet Valley, southern England, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 69, 107-136

Allen, M.J., 2004. Land snails from Neolithic contexts, in Ellis, C.J., A Prehistoric Ritual Complex and Eynesbury, Cambridgeshire. Salisbury: EAA Occasional Paper 17, 86-7

Allen, M.J. 2002. The land molluscs, in Davies, S.M., Bellamy, P.S., Heaton, M.J. and Woodward, P.J. Excavations at Alington Avenue, Fordington, Dorchester, Dorset, 1984-87. Dorset Natr. Hist. & Archaeol. Soc. Monogr. 15, 48-53, 108-111, 182

Allen, M.J. 2000. Mollusca in Allen, M.J. and Ritchie, K. The stratigraphy and archaeology of Bronze Age and Romano-British deposits below the beach level at Brean Down, Somerset, Proc. Univ. Britsol Spelaeol. Soc. 22, 5-52.

Allen, M.J. 2000. Soils, Pollen and lots of snails, in Green, M.G. A Landscape Revealed; – 10,000 years on a chalkland farm. Tempus, 36-49

Allen, M.J. 2000. Land snails from the barrow, in Walker, K. and Farewell, D., M3 Bar End to Compton: archaeological investigations on Twyford Down. Hampshire Fld Club Monogr

Allen, M.J., 1997. Land-use history: land molluscan evidence, in Smith, R.J.C., Healy, F., Allen, M.J., Morris, E.L., Barnes, I. and Woodward, P.J., Excavations along the route of the Dorchester by-pass, Dorset, 1986-8. Wessex Archaeology Report No. 11, 166-183

Allen, M.J., 1997. Land-use history as evidenced by molluscan and colluvial sequences, in Smith, R.J.C., Healy, F., Allen, M.J., Morris, E.L., Barnes, I. and Woodward, P.J., Excavations along the route of the Dorchester by-pass, Dorset, 1986-8. Wessex Archaeology Report No. 11, 260-267

Allen, M.J. 1995. Land snails, in Allen, M.J., Morris, M., and Clark, R.H., 1995. Food for the living: re-assessment of a Bronze Barrow at Buckskin, Basingstoke, Hampshire, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 61, 157-189

Allen, M.J., 1995. The prehistoric land-use and human ecology of the Malling-Caburn Downs; two late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age sites beneath colluvium, Sussex Archaeological Collections 133, 19-43

Allen, M.J., 1995. Land molluscs, in Wainwright G. and Davies, S., Balksbury Camp, Hampshire, Excavations 1973 and 1981, English Heritage Archaeol. Rep. 4, 92-100

Allen, M.J. 1995. ‘Chapter 4: Before Stonehenge’, in Cleal R.M.J., Walker K.E., and Montague R., Stonehenge in its landscape: Twentieth-century Excavations, English Heritage Archaeol. Rep. 10, 41-63,

Allen, M.J. and Entwistle, R. 2006 The physical environment and land use: molluscan evidence, in Fulford, M.G., Powell, A.B., Entwistle, R. and Raymond, F., Iron Age and Romano-British settlements and landscape of Salisbury Plain, Salisbury: Wessex Archaeology Report 20, 143-152

Allen, M.J. and Wyles, S.F. 2000. Land Mollusca, in Young, C.J., Excavations at Carisbrook Castle, Isle of Wight 1921-1996. Salisbury, Wessex Archaeology Report 18, 185.

Altaba, C. R. & Traveset, A., 1985.  La Malacologia als Països Catalans. Butlletí de la Institució Catalana d’Història Natural, 50: 155 171.

Altaba, C. R., 1990. The last known population of Margaritifera auricularia: a conservation priority.  Biological Conservation, 52 (4): 271-286.

Altaba, C. R., 1991.  Mol.luscs.  pp. 375-416, 427-470, in Altaba, C. R. & Ros, J. (eds.),  Història Natural dels Països Catalans, vol. 8: Invertebrats no artròpodes.  Enciclopèdia Catalana.  Barcelona.

Altaba, C.R., 1993. Els caragols i llimacs terrestres (Mollusca: Gastropoda). In Història Natural de l’Arxipèlag de Cabrera (Alcover, J.A.et al., eds), pp. 409–426. Moll and CSIC.

Altaba, C. R.,1998.  Testing vicariance: melanopsid snails and Neogene tectonics in the Western Mediterranean.  Journal of Biogeography, 25: 541-551.              

Altaba, C.R., 1999. La diversitat biològica: una perspectiva des de Mallorca. Moll.

Altaba, C. R., 2000. Are all mass invasions alike? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15: 248.

Altaba, C. R.  2001.  The conundrum of hominid systematics.  Ludus Vitalis, 15: 5-14.

Altaba, C. R., 2004.  Biodiversity of the Balearic Islands: A paradigm for conservation. In: Vilà M, Rodà F, Ros J (eds) Seminar on biodiversity and conservation. Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Sèrie jornades científiques 10: 169-188, 371-389.                                                                           

Altaba, C. R., 2007. A new land snail from the Quaternary of Mallorca (Balearic Islands, Western Mediterranean): Darderia bellverica n. gen. n. sp. (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Helicodontidae).  Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 29 (2): 195-200.   

Altaba C. R. 2007. A new genus and species of Enidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata) from the Quaternary of the Balearic Islands (Western Mediterranean). Zootaxa 1595: 43-52.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2001): L´axe Rhin-Rhône au Paléolithique supérieur récent: l´exemple des molusques utilisés comme objets de parure. L´Anthropologie, 105 (4): 547-564.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2002): Perforated Homalopoma sanguineumfrom Tito Bustillo (Asturias): Mobility of Magdalenian groups in northern Spain. Antiquity, 76 (293): 641-646.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2003): Die Reise der Schnecke Columbella rustica während des Mesolithikums und zu Beginn des Neolithikums in Europa. Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 33 (2): 157-166.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2005): “Éloignés mais pas isolés“: la parure hors de la “frontière française” pendant le Magdalénien. En: Dujardin, V. (Dir.): Industrie osseuse et parures du Solutréen au Magdalénien en Europe. Table ronde sur le Paléolithique supérieur récent (Angoulême, 28-30 mars 2003). Mémoire XXXIX de la Société Préhistorique Française. Paris: 25-38.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2005): Fauna malacológica de agua dulce del Túmulo de la Sima (Miño de Medinaceli, Soria), en: Rojo Guerra, M.; Kunst, M.; Garrido Pena, R.; García Martínez de Lagrán, I. & Morán Dauchez, G. (Eds.): Un desafío a la eternidad: tumbas monumentales del valle del Ambrona, Soria. Memorias de Arqueología en Castilla y León, 14. Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo. Valladolid: 321.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2005): El ajuar del Túmulo de La Tarayuela (Miño de Medinaceli, Soria): estudio de los moluscos, en: Rojo Guerra, M.; Kunst, M.; Garrido Pena, R.; García Martínez de Lagrán, I. & Morán Dauchez, G. (Eds.): Un desafío a la eternidad: tumbas monumentales del valle del Ambrona, Soria. Memorias de Arqueología en Castilla y León, 14. Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo. Valladolid: 362-364.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2005-2006): La explotación y utilización de los moluscos marinos durante el Paleolítico superior y el Mesolítico en la Cornisa Cantábrica y en el Valle del Ebro: pasado y presente de la investigación. En: Homenaje al Prof. Jesús Altuna. Munibe (Antropologia-Arkeologia) 57. San Sebastián: 5-14.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2006): Los objetos de adorno-colgantes del Paleolítico superior y del Mesolítico en la Cornisa Cantábrica y en el Valle del Ebro: una visión europea. Ed. Universidad de Salamanca (Colección Vítor, 195). Salamanca.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2006): Historia de las investigaciones sobre los objetos de adorno-colgantes en el territorio europeo durante el Paleolítico superior y el Mesolítico (con especial referencia a la Cornisa Cantábrica y al Valle del Ebro), Sautuola, XII: 89-116.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2006):“Atlantic versus Mediterranean”: Personal ornaments made from mollusc shells in Europe during the Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic.http://www.bonecommons.org/prize_2006.php

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2007): Comentario al artículo: SZABÓ, K.; BRUMM, A. & BELLWOOD, P. (2007): “Shell Artefacts Production at 32,000-28,000 BP in Island Southeast Asia: Thinking across Media?, Current Anthropology, 48 (5): 701-723 (p. 715).

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2007): La explotación de los moluscos marinos en la Cornisa Cantábrica durante el Gravetiense: primeros datos de los niveles E y F de La Garma A (Omoño, Cantabria), Zephyrus, LX: 43-58.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2007): Die Schmuckgegenstände der jungpaläolitischen und mesolithischen Fundplätze des kantabrischen Gebiets und des Ebro-Tals im europäischen Kontext. Archäologische Informationen, 30 (1): 127-131.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2008):El adorno en la Prehistoria europea: los colgantes de los grupos de cazadores-recolectores. En: Cacho Quesada, C.; Maicas Ramos, R.; Martos Martínez, J. A. & Martínez Navarrete, M. I. (Coor.): Acercándonos al pasado. Prehistoria en 4 actos. Ministerio de Cultura, Madrid: 1-17. http://man.mcu.es/museo/JornadasSeminarios/acercandonos_al_pasado/a rchivos_pdf/alvarez.pdf

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2008): The use of Columbella rustica (Class: Gastropoda) in the Iberian Peninsula and Europe during the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic. En: Hernández Pérez, M.; Soler García, J. A. & López Padilla, J. A. (Eds.): IV Congreso del Neolítico Peninsular (Alicante, 27-30 noviembre 2006), Tomo II. Museo Arqueológico de Alicante. Diputación Provincial de Alicante, Alicante: 103-111.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2008): Food & More: Marine Mollusks Exploitation during the Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic in Cantabrian Spain and in the Ebro Valley. Archaeofauna 17: 47-61.

Álvarez Fernández, E. (2009): Análisis arqueomalacológico de la cueva de Altamira (Santillana del Mar, Cantabria): excavaciones de J. González Echagaray y L. G. Freeman. Complutum 20 (1): 55-70.

Álvarez Fernández, E. & CARVAJAL CONTRERAS, D. R. (2008): Not only food: Marine, Terrestrial and Freshwater Molluscs in Archaeological Sites. In: Álvarez Fernández, E.; Carvajal Contreras, D. R. & Teira Mayolini, L: C. (eds.): Not only Food. 2nd Meeting of the ICAZ Archaeomalocology Working Group (Santander, February 19th-22nd 2008). Abstracts and Field Trips Guidebook. Ed. IIIPC & Consejería de Cultura, turismo y Deporte del Gobierno de Cantabria. Santander: 11-27.

Álvarez Fernández, E.; CARVAJAL CONTRERAS, D. R. & TEIRA MAYOLINI, L: C. (2008): Not only Food. 2nd Meeting of the ICAZ Archaeomalocology Working Group (Santander, February 19th-22nd 2008). Abstracts and Field Trips Guidebook. Ed. IIIPC & Consejería de Cultura, turismo y Deporte del Gobierno de Cantabria. Santander.

Álvarez Fernández, E.; HARZHAUSER, M. & VERA PELÁEZ, J. L. (2005): Estudio de los escafópodos (Mollusca, Scaphopoda) de la “Tumba Calero” de La Peña de la Abuela (Soria), en: Rojo Guerra, M.; Kunst, M.; Garrido Pena, R.; García Martínez de Lagrán, I. & Morán Dauchez, G. (Eds.): Un desafío a la eternidad: tumbas monumentales del valle del Ambrona, Soria. Memorias de Arqueología en Castilla y León, 14. Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Cultura y Turismo. Valladolid: 311-316.

Álvarez Fernández, E. & JÖRIS, O. (2007): Personal Ornaments in the Early Upper Palaeolithic of Western Eurasia. An Evaluation of the record. In: Jöris, O. & Adler, D. (eds.): Dating the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic Boundary across Eurasia. Proceedings of Session C57, 15th UISSPP (Lisbon, September 4-9th 2006). Eurasian Prehistory 5(2): 31-44.

Amesbury, J.R., D.R. Moore, and R.L. Hunter-Anderson.  1996.  Cultural adaptations and Late Holocene sea level change in the Marianas: Recent excavations at Chalan Piao, Saipan, Micronesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 15:53-69.

Amesbury, J.R.  1999.  Changes in Species Composition of Archaeological Marine Shell Assemblages in Guam.  Micronesica 31(2):347-366.

Amesbury, J.R.  2007.  Mollusk collecting and environmental change during the Prehistoric Period in the Mariana Islands.  Coral Reefs 26:947-958.

Araya, J.F. 2013. A new species of Aeneator Finlay, 1926 (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Buccinidae) from northern Chile, with comments on the genus and a key to the Chilean species. ZooKeys 257: 89–101. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.257.4446

Araya, J. F. & Geiger, D. 2013. Cornisepta guzmani n. sp.: first species of genus confirmed from Pacific cold seep environments off central Chile (Gastropoda: Vetigastropoda: Fissurellidae). The Nautilus. (Accepted)

Avezuela Aristu, B. 2010: “The personal ornaments made on molluscs of the Upper-Late Magdalenian site of La Peña de Estebanvela (Segovia, Spain)”. E. Álvarez-Fernández and D. Carvajal-Contreras (ed.). 2nd. Meeting of the ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working Group. Not only Food. Marine, Terrestrial and Freshwater Molluscs in Archaeological Sites (Santander 19-22 February 2008). Munibe Suplemento 31. 48-56.

Avezuela Aristu, B.; Álvarez-Fernández, E.; Jordá Pardo, J. y Aura Tortosa, J. E.2011: “The barnacles: A new species used to make a Gravettian suspended object from Nerja Cave (Málaga, Spain)”. J. Baron y B. Kufel-Diakowska (ed.). Written in Bones. Studies on technological and social contexts of past faunal skeletal remains. Proceedings of the 7th Meeting of the ICAZ Worked Bone Research Group (Wrocław 7-11 September 2009). Uniwersytet Wrocławski. 53-62.B

Bailey, G.N.; Craighead, A.S. (2003) “Late Pleistocene and Holocene coastal paleoeconomies: a reconsideration of the molluscan evidence from Northern Spain”, Geoarchaeology: An International Journal, Vol. 18, nº 2, 175-204 

Bailey, G.N.; Craighead, A.S. (2004) “Coastal paleoeconomies and paleoenvionmental trends: Asturian and Australian middens compared” en González Morales, M.R.; Clark, G.A. (Eds.) The Mesolithic of the Atlantic façade: proceedings of the Santander symposium, 181-204, Arizona State University-Anthropological Research Papers, nº 55

Ballesta-Artero, I., Zhao, L., Milano, S., Mertz-Kraus, R., Schöne, B.R., van der Meer, J. and Witbaard, R., 2018. Environmental and biological factors influencing trace elemental and microstructural properties of Arctica islandica shells. Science of The Total Environment, 645, pp.913-923.

Barga-Wieclawska J., 1997, Snail succession on dumps in the Holy Cross Mountains. Kielce 1997. s. 153.

Barga-Wieclawska J., 2007, Relic Neolithic stripped flint mining fields as valuable natural objects-a model for archeological site studies using malacofauna. Poland. [W:] Bory Tucholskie i inne obszary lesne, ochrona, monitoring, edukacja. s. 11-23.

Barga-Wieclawska J., 2007, Srodowisko przyrodnicze wychodni wapieni krzemienionosnych informacja dla górników w neolicie. [W:] Górnictwo w czasie, przestrzeni, kulturze. Wroclaw 2007, s. 213-220.

Barga-Wieclawska J., 2009, Land snails (Gastropoda) of Swietokrzyski National Park- threats and conservation conditions. [W:] The durability and efficiency of nature protection in Polisch National Parks. Kampinoski Park Narodowy. Izabelin 2009, s. 397-408.

Barga-Wieclawska J., 2009, Technology and nature-some problems related to revitalizing the monuments of technology on an account of studies on malacofauna. [W:] Dziedzictwo postindustrialne i jego kulturotwórcza rola pod red. Stanislawa Januszewskiego, Warszawa 2009. s. 135-147.

Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2002. The shells of the Nawamis in Southern Sinai. In H. Buitenhuis, A. Choyke, M. Mashkour and A.H. Al-Shiyab (eds) Archaeozoology of the Near East V, pp.166-180. ARC- Publicatie 62. Groningen.

Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 2000. The Economic Importance of Molluscs in the Levant. In H. Buitenhuis (ed.) Archaeozoology of the Near East III: Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on hte Archaeozoology of Southwestern Asia and Adjacent Areas, pp.218-227. Leiden: Backhuys Publishers.

Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 1997. Neolithic Shell Bead Production in Sinai. Journal of Archaeological Science 24:97-111.

Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E. 1989. Late Paleolithic and Neolithic marine shells in the southern Levant as cultural markers. In C.F. Hayes and L. Ceci (eds) Proceedings of the 1986 Shell Bead Conference, pp.169-174. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Research Records 20.

Bar-Yosef Mayer, D.E., Paz, S. and Paz, Y. 2019. Conus Ornaments from Tel Bareqet in an Early Bronze Age Near East Context. In: Goldfus, H., Gruber, M.I., Yona, S. and Fabian, P. Studies in Archaeology and Ancient Cultures in Honor of Isaac Gilead. Archaeopress Publishing LTD, Oxford

Bassett, C.N., Andrus, C.F.T. and West, C.F., 2018. Implications for measuring seasonality in the marine bivalve, Saxidomus gigantea. Chemical Geology.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.07.004

Bejega García, V.; Fernández Rodríguez, C. (2008) “O aproveitamiento dos recursos mariños no Castro Grande d’o Neixón”. En Ayán Vila (coord.): Os Castros de Neixón (Boiro, A Coruña) II. De espazo natural a paisaxe cultural. Editorial Tosoxoutos. Serie Keltia, 40: 195-222

Bejega García, V. (2009): “Composición y metodología de análisis de concheros aplicada a los castros litorales gallegos”. I Jornadas de jóvenes en Investigación Arqueológica: Dialogando con la Cultura Material. Universidad Complutense, septiembre, 2008: 247-254.

Bejega García, V.; Fernández Rodríguez, C.; Fuertes Prieto, N. (2008). “Los restos faunísticos del Castro Grande de O Neixón (Boiro, A Coruña): Análisis zooarqueológico”. En Ramil Rego, E. (Ed.): I Congreso Internacional de Arqueoloxía de Vilalba. Férvedes, nº5. Museo de Prehistoria e Arqueoloxía de Vilalba: 33-42.

Bejega García, V.; González Gómez De Agüero, E.; Fuertes Prieto, N.; Fernández Rodríguez, C. (2008). “Analysis of shell middens from an Iron Age site: O Neixón (A Coruña, Northwest of Spain)”. Not Only Food. 2nd Meeting of the ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working Group. Santander, 19-22 Febrero 2008. Abstracts Field Trips Guidebook: 61.

Bogan, A.E., C.B. Curren, N. Robison and A.W. Noble. 1977. A selected bibliography for zooarchaeology with an emphasis on Eastern North America. In: A history and selected bibliography of zooarchaeology in Eastern North America, edited by A.E. Bogan and N.D. Robison, Miscellaneous Paper #2, Tennessee Anthropological Association, pp. 23 99.

Bogan, A.E. and P.W. Parmalee. 1977. Comments on the faunal material from test excavations at 40RH62, Rhea County, Tennessee. In: Phase II, intensive survey and testing of the proposed Tenna Tech, Inc. industrial site in Rhea County, Tennessee for Tenna Tech, Incorporated, by Douglas Prescott, pp. 35 37, 63 64.

Bogan, A.E. and N.D. Robison. 1977. A history and selected bibliography of zooarchaeology in Eastern North America. Miscellaneous Paper #2, Tennessee Anthropological Association (editors), 99 pp + iv.

Bogan, A.E. 1978. Some comments on faunal remains recovered in a survey of Taylorsville Lake, Kentucky (Appendix C). pp. 499 502, In: Donald B. Ball, Summary Report of Archaeological Survey: Taylorsville Lake, Salt River Basin, Spencer, Nelson and Anderson counties, Kentucky. U.S. Army Engineer District, Louisville.

Bogan, A.E. 1980. Analysis of Dallas subsistence at the Toqua Site (40MR6), compared with the Historic Overhill Cherokee subsistence strategy. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Bogan, A.E. 1982. Archaeological evidence for subsistence patterns in the Little Tennessee River Valley. Tennessee Anthropologist, 7(1): 38 50.

Bogan, A.E.. 1983. Evidence for faunal resource partitioning in an eastern North American chiefdom. Animals and Archaeology:1. Hunters and their Prey, BAR International Series No. 163, edited by Juliet Clutton Brock and Caroline Grigson, pp. 305 324.

Bogan, A.E. and C.M. Bogan. 1983. Molluscan remains from Bug Hill Site (34PU116) Pushmataha County, Oklahoma. pp. 233 240.In: Bug Hill:Excavation of a multicomponent midden mound in the Jackfork Valley, Southeast Oklahoma. Edited by Jeffrey Altschul, New World Research Report of Investigations #81 1.

Bogan, A.E. and C.M. Bogan. 1985. Faunal Remains, Chapter 7. In: Archaeological Contexts and Assemblages at Martin Farm by Gerald F. Schroedl, R.P. Stephen Davis, Jr. and C. Clifford Boyd, Jr. University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology, Report of Investigations No. 39, Tennessee Valley Authority Publications in Anthropology, No. 37, pp. 369 410.

Bogan, A.E.. 1987. Chapter II. Faunal analysis: a comparison of Dallas and Overhill Cherokee subsistence strategies. With additional bone and shell artifact analyses by R.R. Polhemus. Vol. 2. pp. 971 1111. In: The Toqua Site: A late Mississippian Dallas Phase town. By Richard R. Polhemus, University of Tennessee Department of Anthropology Reports of Investigation No. 41 and Tennessee Valley Authority Publications in Anthropology No. 44.

Bogan, A.E. 1987. Molluscan Remains from the Milner Site (22YZ515) and the O’Neil Site (22YZ624), Yazoo County, Mississippi. Appendix D, pp. D1 D11. In: Data Recovery at the Milner (22YZ515) and O’Neil Creek (22YZ624) sites, Yazoo County, Mississippi, final report. Contract No. DACW 38 84 D 002f for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District, Vicksburg, Mississippi, by Heartfield, Price and Greene, Inc.

Bogan, A.E. and N.D. Robison (Eds.). 1987. The Zooarchaeology of Eastern North America: History, Method and Theory, and Bibliography. Tennessee Anthropological Association, Miscellaneous Paper No. 12, vi, 1 215.

Bogan, A.E., N.D. Robison, and C.M. Bogan. 1987. A selected bibliography for zooarchaeology with an emphasis on Eastern North America. IN: The Zooarchaeology of Eastern North America:History, Method and Theory, and Bibliography. Edited by A.E. Bogan and N.D. Robison, Tennessee Anthropological Association, Miscellaneous Paper No. 12, pp. 66 202.

Bogan, A.E. 1988. A preliminary report on the land and freshwater gastropods recovered from archaeological and geological samples from the Yemen Arab Republic. Part 8, pp. 111-120. In: Vol. 4 Geological and Archaeological reconnaissance in the Yeman Arab Republic, 1985 by W.C. Overstreet, M.J. Grolier and M.R. Toplyn. The Wadi al-Juba Archaeological project, Vol. 4, edited by D.M. Kinney and A.L. Dilonardo. Published by American Foundation for the Study of Man, Washington D.C.

Bogan, A.E., E.E. Spamer, G.C. Manville, W.B. Gallagher and A.J. Cain. 1989. Preliminary reexamination of the Fish House Local Fauna and Flora (Pleistocene), Pennsauken, Camden County, New Jersey. Mosasaur 4:111-126

Bogan, A.E.. 1989. Appendix 4. Shells. pp.161. In: The Wadi al-Jubah Archaeological Project. Volume 3. Site reconnaissance in the Yemen Arab republic, 1984: The stratigraphic probe at Hajar ar-Rayhani. by William D. Glanzman and Abdu O. Ghaleb. American Foundation for the Study of Man, Washington, D.C.

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Bogan, A.E. and F.V. Grady. 1991. Two Pleistocene Molluscan faunas from Eastern West Virginia. In: Beamers, bobwhites and blue-points: tributes to the career of Paul W. Parmalee. pp. 189-213. J.R. Purdue, W.E. Klippel and B.W. Styles (eds.). Illinois State Museum Scientific Papers, Vol 23, Springfield and The University of Tennessee, Department of Anthropology Report of Investigations No. 52, Knoxville.

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