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   LAWRENCE CALVIN TODD, Jr.

Laboratory of Human Paleoecology

Department of Anthropology

February 2001

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PERSONAL DATA

EDUCATION

AWARDS, GRANTS, SCHOLARSHIPS

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

TEACHING

RESEARCH INTERESTS

PUBLICATIONS

PAPERS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK

MA THESIS PROJECTS DIRECTED

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PERSONAL DATA:

Citizenship:                             United States

Date and Place of Birth:         February 1, 1954; Cody, Wyoming U.S.A.

Mailing Address:                   Department of Anthropology

                                                  Colorado State University, 80523 USA

Phone:                                     (970) 491-5110

                                                  Cell Phone -(970) 218-7176

FAX                                          (970) 491-7597

Email:                                        lctodd@lamar.colostate.edu

EDUCATION:

  • University of Wyoming 1972-1978  Laramie, Wyoming B.A. in Anthropology, August 1978

  • University of New Mexico 1978-1980 Albuquerque, New Mexico M.A. in Anthropology, August 1980

  • University of New Mexico 1980-1983 Albuquerque, New Mexico Ph.D. in Anthropology, December 1983

Dissertation Title: The Horner Site: Taphonomy of an Early Holocene Bison Bonebed

Dissertation Committee: L.R. Binford; L.G. Straus; J.A. Sabloff; E. Trinkaus; B. Kues; G.C. Frison

AWARDS, GRANTS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

2004 Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Archaeologcial GIS.  USFS contribution to CSU $26,000

2002  Rocky Mountain Region, USDA Forest Service, Historic Structures  $10,000

2002   Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Archaeologcial GIS.  USFS contribution to CSU $20,000

2002  Charles E. Bessey Award for the best natural science article published in Great Plains Research during 2001 (Larson, R.M., L.C. Todd, E.F. Kelly, J.M. Welker.  Carbon Isotope Analysis of Bison Dentition.  Great Plains Research 11(1):25-64)

2002 Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Field Class in Archaeology, USFS contribution to CSU $16,000

2002 Colorado State University, CLA Development Award

2002 Colorado State University, CLA Carl A. Bimson Humanities Semiar, $8000

2001 Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Archaeologcial GIS.  USFS contribution to CSU $29,500

2000 Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Archaeologcial GIS.  USFS contribution $10,000

2000 Colorado State University, Professional Development Award $1000.

1999 Nebraska National Forest, Cost Share, Archaeologcial GIS.  USFS contribution $5000

1999 Colorado State University Alumni Association "Best Teacher" Award

1998 (Fall) Colorado State University, Professional Development Award $2000

1999 Colorado State Univeristy, Instructional Development Fund, $480

1998 (Spring) Colorado State University Professional Development Award $2000

1998 (Spring) Colorado State University, Instructional Development Fund, $800

1997 Nebraska National Forest, Cost-Share Contribution to UW $15,003

1996 Nebraska National Forest, Cost-Share Contribution to CSU $42,995

1996 Colorado State University, Professional Development Award $900

1995 Nebraska Nat. Forest, Cost-share CSU field school/UW paid crew. Total USFS contribution, $80,000

1995 Colorado State University, Instructional Development Fund, $478

1994 IREX (International Research and Exchanges Board). Short-term travel grant for one month research visit to Ukraine for analysis of collections from the Amvrosievka LUP bison bonebed, $2444.

1994 Colorado State University, Professional Development Award $1800

1994 Nebraska Nat. Forest, Cost-share CSU/UNL field schools. Total USFS contribution, $60,505.

1993 Nebraska Nat. Forest, Cost-share CSU field School. USFS contribution, $48,946

1992 Colorado State University, Professional Development Award $1200.

1992 Earthwatch Project "Continued Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Kill Site." Co-Principal Investigator with T. Liestman, $43,000.

1991 Earthwatch Project "Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Kill Site." Co-Principal Investigator with T. Liestman, $36,000.

1990-91 Wenner-Gren Grant No. Gr. 5287 "Investigation of Seasonality, Herd Structure, Taphonomy, and Paleoecology at Folsom Bison Kill Sites on the Great Plains: 10,500 B.P." Co-Principal Investigator with J.L. Hofman, $9400.

1986 Tom L. Popejoy Dissertation Prize. University of New Mexico, Office of Graduate Studies, "awarded annually for the most distinguished doctoral dissertation written at the University of New Mexico in a given area within a three-year period" (1983-1986 award in Social Sciences).

1984-86 NSF Grant No. BNS-840604, "Regional Late Prehistoric Adaptations on the Northwestern Plains." Co-Principal Investigator with G.C. Frison, $55,000.

1984-85 12 month postdoctoral fellowship in Anthropology at the Smithsonian. Dr. D.J. Stanford, advisor.

1981 Ruth E. Kennedy Memorial Lecture Award. Presented by Maxwell Museum of Anthropology and Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico "to recognize an outstanding doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology."

1981 William Mulloy Scholarship, presented by the Wyoming Archaeological Society.

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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Society for American Archaeology (SAA)

Ecological Society of America (ESA)

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP)

Geological Society of America (GSA)

American Quaternary Association (AMQUA)

Plains Anthropolgocial Society

CURRENT AFFILIATION:

1992-present Colorado State University, Assistant Prof. (1992-95); Associate Professor (1995-2002); Professor (2002-?); Director, Lab. of Human Paleoecology (1997-?); Faculty, Graduate Degree Program in Ecology  (1995-?)

OTHER RECENT EMPLOYMENT:

1996-1997 University of Wyoming Associate Professor

1989-1990 Zuni Archaeology Program, Assistant Director

RECENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

2000-2003, National Science Foundation, Senior Archaeology Review Panel

2002-present, Scientific Board, Journal of Taphonomy

2000-present, Scientific advisor, Earth & Sky radio program

2001-present, Board of Trustees of the University Press of Colorado

TEACHING:

1992-2004 Colorado State University, Department of Anthropology. Classes Taught: Seminar in Archaeological Theory (Bonebed Analysis); Seminar-Archaeology; Introduction to Archaeology (12 semesters); Introduction to Prehistory (4 semesters),  Seminar (Spatial Analysis); Seminar (The Regional Archaeolgocial Record); Archaeological Spatial Analysis (2 semesters); Seminar in Great Plains Archaeology; Zooarchaeology (4 semester); Archaeological Field School (11 years); Plains Archaeology; Archaeology of Europe, Africa, and Asia. (3 semesters); Paleoindian Archaeology (3 semester); Hunter-Gatherer Ecology (2 semesters), Archaeological Investigations (4 semester), Practicum (8 semesters).

1996-1997 University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology. Classes Taught: Zooarchaeology, Paleoindian Archaeology, Human Paloeecology, Introduction to Archaeology.

1992 Chadron State College, Department of Earth Sciences, Archaeological Field School

1990-1991 University of New Mexico, Department of Anthropology, Adjunct Assistant Professor

1988-1989 Boston University, Department of Archaeology, Assistant Professor. Classes Taught: Stone Age Archaeology (1 semester); North American Prehistory (1 semester); Sciences in Archaeology (1 semester); Investigating the Human Skeleton (1 semester).

1985-1988 University of Denver, Department of Anthropology, Visiting Assistant Professor. Classes taught: Introduction to Archaeology (3 quarters); Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3 quarters); Method and Theory (2 quarters); North American Archaeology (1 quarter); SW Archaeology (1 quarter); Seminars: Paleoindian Adaptations (1 quarter), Archaeozoology (1 quarter), Archaeological Field School (1 quarter), Southern African Prehistory (1 quarter).

1986-1989 University of Wyoming, Department of Anthropology, Adjunct Assistant Professor.

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RESEARCH INTERESTS:

| Cultural ecology and archaeology of hunter-gatherers | Paleoindian/Paleolithic studies | human paleoecology; faunal analysis and vertebrate taphonomyarchaeological formation processes analysis/geoarchaeology | method and theory | site structural and spatial analysis | lithic analysis | regional archaeological survey |

PUBLICATIONS (BOOKS):

1. 1986 Frison, G.C. and L.C. Todd. The Colby Mammoth Site: Taphonomy and Archaeology of a Clovis Kill in Northern Wyoming. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

2. 1987 Frison, G.C. and L.C. Todd (eds). The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex. Academic Press, Orlando.

PUBLICATIONS (REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES):

1. 1982 Binford, L.R., and L.C. Todd. On Arguments for the "Butchering" of Giant Geladas. Current Anthropology 23(1):108- 110.

2. 1988 Kelly, R., and L.C. Todd. Coming into the Country: Early Paleoindian Hunting and Mobility. American Antiquity 53(2):231-244.

3. 1988 Todd, L.C., and D.J. Rapson. Long Bone Fragmentation and Interpretation of Faunal Assemblages: Approaches to Comparative Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 15:307-325.

4. 1990 Todd, L.C., J.L. Hofman, and C.B. Schultz. Seasonality of the Scottsbluff and Lipscomb Bison Bonebeds: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Subsistence. American Antiquity, 55(4):813-827.

5. 1991 Hofman, J.L., L.C. Todd, and M.B. Collins. Identification of Central Texas Edwards Chert at the Folsom and Lindenmeier Sites. Plains Anthropologist, 36:297-308.

6. 1992 Todd, L.C., J.L. Hofman, and C.B. Schultz. Faunal Analysis and Paleoindian Studies: The Lipscomb Bison Bonebed. Plains Anthropologist 37(139):137-165

7. 1997 Hofman, J.L. and L.C. Todd. Reinvestigation of the Perry Ranch Plainview Bison Bonebed, Southwestern Oklahoma. Plains Anthropologist 42(159):101-117.

8. 1998 Jahren, A.H., L.C. Todd, and R.G. Amundson. Stable Isotope Analysis of Bison Bone Samples from the Hudson-Meng Bonebed: Effects of Paleotopography. Journal of Archaeological Science 25:465-475.

9. 1998 Kelly, E.F., S.W. Blecker, C.M. Yonker, C.G. Olson, E.E. Wohl, and L.C. Todd. Stable Isotope Composition of Soil Organic Matter and Phytoliths as Paleoenvironmental Indicators. Geoderma 82:59-81.

10. 2000 Gadbury, C., L. Todd, A.H. Jahren, and R. Amundson .   Spatial and Temporal Variations in the Isotopic Composition of Bison Tooth Enamel from the Early Holocene Hudson-Meng Bone Bed, Nebraska.  Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 157(1-2):79-93

11. 2001 Todd, L.C., D.C. Jones, R.S. Walker, P.C. Burnett, and J. Eighmy.  Late Archaic Bison Hunters in Northern Colorado: 1997-1999 Excavations at the Kaplan-Hoover Bison Bonebed (5LR3953).  Plains Anthropologist 47(176):125-147.

12. 2001 Larson, R.M., L.C. Todd, E.F. Kelly, J.M. Welker. Carbon Isotope Analysis of Bison Dentition.  Great Plains Research 11(1):25-64.

13. 2002 Meltzer, D.J., L.C. Todd, and V.T. Holliday.  The Folsom (Paleoindian) Type Site: Past Investigations, Current Studies.  American Antiquity 67(1):5-36.

14. 2002 Hill, M.G., M.E. Hill, D.W. May, T.P. Myers, D.J. Rapson, F. Sellet, J.L. Theler, and L.C. Todd. Palaeoindian Subistence Behaviour at the Clary Ranch site, Nebraska, U.S.A.  Antiquity 76:25-26.

15. 2002  Todd, L.C., M. Glantz, and J. Kappleman.  Chilga Kernet:  An Acheulean Landscape on Ethiopia’s Western Plateau.  Antiquity 77: 611-612.

16. 2003  John Kappelman, D. Tab Rasmussen, William J. Sanders, Mulugeta Feseha, Thomas Bown, Peter Copeland, Jeff Crabaugh, John Fleagle, Michelle Glantz, Adam Gordon, Bonnie Jacobs, Murat Maga, Kathleen Muldoon, Aaron Pan, Lydia Pyne, Brian Richmond, Timothy Ryan, Erik R. Seiffert, Sevket Sen, Lawrence Todd, Michael C. Wiemann & Alisa Winkle.  Oligocene mammals from Ethiopia and faunal exchange between Afro-Arabia and Eurasia. Nature 426:549-552

PUBLICATIONS (BOOK CHAPTERS):

1. 1983 Binford, L.R., and L.C. Todd. On Arguments for the "Butchering" of Giant Geladas. Reprinted in Working at Archaeology, Lewis R. Binford, pp.205-209. Academic Press.

2. 1986 Todd, L.C. 3FF:,*‘&">4, E8‘B:,>4b FH"H8‘& #42‘>@& 32 C">>,(@:@P,>@&@x EH@b>…4  ¢@D>,D, A"D… ˆ"J>H4 %"6@<4>(. In Quaternary Research: Selected papers from the XI INQUA Congress (in Russian), edited by I.P. Kartashov, and K.V. Nikiforova, pp.168-176. Nauka, Moscow, USSR.

3. 1987 Todd, L.C. Analysis of Kill-Butchery Bonebeds and Interpretation of Paleoindian Hunting. In The Evolution of Human Hunting, edited by M. Nitecki and D. Nitecki, pp. 225-266. Plenum Press, New York.

4. 1987 Todd, L.C. Bison Bone Measurements. In The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex, edited by G.C. Frison and L.C. Todd, pp. 371-403. Academic Press, Orlando.

5. 1987 Todd, L.C. Excavation and Documentation of the Princeton and Smithsonian Horner Site Assemblages. In The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex, edited by G.C. Frison and L.C. Todd, pp. 39-91. Academic Press, Orlando.

6. 1987 Todd, L.C. Taphonomy of the Horner II Bone Bed. In The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex, edited by G.C. Frison and L.C. Todd, pp. 107-198. Academic Press, Orlando.

7. 1987 Frison, G.C., L.C. Todd, and B.A. Bradley. Summary and Concluding Remarks. In The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex, edited by G.C. Frison and L.C. Todd, pp. 361-369. Academic Press, Orlando.

8. 1987 Todd, L.C., and J.L. Hofman. Bison Mandibles from the Horner and Finley Sites. In The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex, edited by G.C. Frison and L.C. Todd, pp. 493-539. Academic Press, Orlando.

9. 1991 Todd, L.C. Seasonality Studies and Paleoindian Subsistence Strategies. In Human Predators and Prey Mortality, edited by M.C. Stiner, pp. 217-238. Westview Press, Boulder.

10. 1992 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Conjoins, contemporaneity, and site structure: Distributional analyses of the Bugas-Holding site. In Piecing Together the Past: Applications of Refitting Studies to Archaeology, edited by J.L. Hofman and J. Enloe, 238-263. BAR International Series 578, Oxford.

11. 1992 Todd, L.C., and G.C. Frison. Reassembly of Bison Skeletons From the Horner Site: A Study in Anatomical Refitting. In Piecing Together the Past: Applications of Refitting Studies to Archaeology, edited by J.L. Hofman and J. Enloe, 63-82. BAR International Series 578, Oxford.

12. 1992 Todd, L.C., and D.J. Stanford. Application of Conjoined Bone Data to Site Structural Studies. In Piecing Together the Past: Applications of Refitting Studies to Archaeology, edited by J.L. Hofman and J. Enloe, 21-35. BAR International Series 578, Oxford.

13 1995 Kornfeld, M., L.C. Todd, E.E. Ingbar, and D.J. Rapson. Intruduction to the McKean Site Testing: Field Methods and Lab Procedures. In Keyhole Reservoir Archaeology: Glimpses of the Past from Northeast Wyoming, edited by M. Kornfeld, G.C. Frison, and M.L. Larson, pp.223-232. Occasional Papers on Wyoming Archaeology, Number 5. Laramie, Wyoming.

14. 1996 Todd, L.C., D.J. Rapson, and J.L. Hofman. Dentition Studies of the Mill Iron and Other Early Paleoindian Bison Bonebed Sites. In The Mill Iron Site, edited by G. C. Frison, pp.145-175. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

15. 1997 Todd, L.C., M.G. Hill, D.J. Rapson, and G.C. Frison (1997). Cutmarks, Impacts, and Carnivores at the Casper Site Bison Bonebed. In Proceedings of the 1993 Bone Modification Conference Hot Springs, South Dakota, edited by L.A. Hannus, L. Rossum, and R.P. Winham, pp. 136-157. Archaeology Laboratory Augustana College, Occasional Publication No. 1. Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

16. 1999 Todd, L.C., and D.R. Rapson (1999). Formational Analysis of bison bonebeds and interpretation of Paleoindian subistence.  In Le Bison: Gibier et Moyen de Subsistance des hommes du Paléolithiique aux Paléoindiens des Grandes Plains, edited by J-P. Brugal, F. David, J.G. Enloe, and J. Jaubert, pp. 479-499. Associateon pour la promotion et la diffusion des Connaissance Archéologiques, Antibes, France.                

17. 1999  Rapson, D.R., and L.C. Todd (1999). Linking Trajectories of intra-site faunal use with food management strategies at the Bugas-Holding site: Attribute based spatial analysis of a high altitude winter habitation, Wyoming, USA. In Le Bison: Gibier et Moyen de Subsistance des hommes du Paléolithiique aux Paléoindiens des Grandes Plains, edited by J-P. Brugal, F. David, J.G. Enloe, and J. Jaubert, pp. 455-478. Associateon pour la promotion et la diffusion des Connaissance Archéologiques, Antibes, France.

18. 2001 Frison, G.C. and L.C. Todd. The Colby Mammoth Kill Site 48WA322; Hunting Mammoths; and Experiments with Clovis Tools and Weaponry.  In Proceedings of the International Conference on Mammoth Site Studies, edited by D. West, pp. 11-26.  University of Kansas Publications in Anthropology 22. Lawrence, Kansas.

19. 2001 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd.  Tyranny in the Archaeological Record of Specialized Hunters.  In People and Wildlife in Northern North America:Essays in Honor of R.Dale Guthrie, edited by S.C. Gerlach and M.S. Murray, pp. 200-215. British Archaeological Reports, International Series S944, Oxford.

20. 2003  Glantz, M.M., and L. Todd. Remote sensing, paleoecology, and the archaeology of human migration during the Pleistocene in central Asia and western China," in Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 4890 Ecosystems Dynamics, Ecosystem-Society Interactions, and Remote Sensing Applications for Semi-Arid and Arid Land, edited by Xiaoling Pan, Wei Gao, Michael H. Glantz, Yoshiaki Honda, (SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2003), pp. 695-701.

21. 2003  Todd, L.C. 1989 Taphonomic Investigations of the Burnham Site Bison and Equid Bone Beds.  In D. Wyckoff, J.L. Theler, and B. J. Carter (eds), pp. 235-248, The Burnham Site in Northwestern Oklahoma: Glimpses Beyond Clovis.  Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History and Oklahoma Anthropological Society Memoir 9. Oklahoma City.

22. 2004  REPRINT. Kelly, R., and L.C. Todd.  Coming into the Country: Early Paleoindian Hunting and Mobility. In Readings in Late Pleistocene North America and Early Paleoindians: Selections from American Antiquity, compiled by B. Huckell and J.D. Kilby, pp. 179-192.  Society for American Archaeology.

23. 2004  REPRINT. Todd, L.C., J.L. Hofman, and C.B. Schultz. Seasonality of the Scottsbluff and Lipscomb Bison Bonebeds: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Subsistence.  Readings in Late Pleistocene North America and Early Paleoindians: Selections from American Antiquity, compiled by B. Huckell and J.D. Kilby, pp. 193-208.  Society for American Archaeology.

PUBLICATIONS (MONOGRAPHS):

1. 1983 Todd, L.C. The Horner Site: Taphonomy of an Early Holocene Bison Bonebed. Ph.D. dissertation, University of New Mexico. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor.

2. 1984 Walker, D.N., and L.C. Todd (editors). Archaeological Salvage At 48FR1398: The Castle Gardens Access Road Site, Fremont County, Wyoming. Occasional Papers On Wyoming Archaeology, No. 2. Laramie.

3. 1985 Kornfeld, M. and L.C. Todd (editors). McKean-Middle Plains Archaic: Current Perspectives. Occasional Papers on Wyoming Archaeology, No. 4. Laramie, Wyoming.

4. 1994 Anderson, J.L., L.C. Todd, G.R. Burgett, and D.J. Rapson. Archaeological Investigations at the Massey Draw Site (5JF339): Archaic Occupations Along the Rocky Mountain Front Range, Jefferson County, Colorado. Colorado Department of Transportation Archaeological Research Series No. 3. Denver, Colorado.

PUBLICATIONS (REVIEWS AND COMMENTS):

1. 1986 Todd, L.C. Comments on "Zhoukoudian: A Closer Look" by Lewis R. Binford and Nancy M. Stone. Current Anthropology 27(5):471.

2. 1989 Todd, L.C. Comments on "Diversity, Organization, and Behavior in the Material Record: Ethnographic and Archaeological Examples" by M.J. Shott. Current Anthropology, 30:309-310.

3. 1990 Review of Anatomy and Biology of the Human Skeleton, The Archaeology of Animals, and Teeth. Journal of Field Archaeology 17:337-340.

4. 1992 Todd, L.C. Review of "Final Report of the 1985 and 1986 Field Season at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Alberta" by Jack Brink and Bob Dawe. Plains Anthropologist 37(139):178-180.

5. 1994 Todd, L.C. Review of "Hunters of the Recent Past" edited by L.B. Davis and B.O.K. Reeves. Plains Anthropologist, 39(150):488-490.

6. 1993 Todd, L.C. Review of Distributional Archaeology, by J.I. Ebert. Great Plains Research, 3(1):115-115.

7. 1994 Todd, L.C. Review of The First Americans: Search and Research edited by T.D. Dillehay and D.J. Meltzer. American Antiquity 59(3):567-568.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

1. 1978 Larson, M.L., and L.C. Todd. The Charity Site: 48CR481. The Wyoming Archaeologist 21(1):11-22.

2. 1978 Todd, L.C., and J.L. Hofman. A Study of Bison Mandibles from the Horner and Finley Sites: Two Paleoindian Bison Kill Sites in Wyoming. University of Wyoming Publications 42(1):65-104.

3. 1979 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd. A Surface Study of the Dry Creek Sites (48CA179 and 48CA180); Campbell County, Wyoming. The Wyoming Archaeologist 22(1):41-63.

4. 1980 Todd, L.C., and J.L. Hofman. An Initial Report on the Surface Collections from Long Butte #2 (48FR261): The Hearths and Projectile Points. In Wyoming Contributions to Anthropology 2:16-57. University of Wyoming, Laramie.

5. 1983 Todd, L.C. Taphonomy: Fleshing Out the Dry Bones of Plains Prehistory. The Wyoming Archaeologist 26(3-4):36-46.

6. 1985 Walker, D.N., L.C. Todd, and G.C. Frison. The Hunter Ranch Mammoth:Analysis of a Single-Carcass Death Site. Current Research in the Pleistocene 2:73-74.

7. 1986 Todd, L.C. Determination of Sex of Bison Upper Forelimb Bones: The Humerus and Radius. The Wyoming Archaeologist 29(1-3):109-124.

8. 1989 Hofman, J.L., L.C. Todd, and C.B. Schultz. Further investigations of the Folsom bison kill at Lipscomb, Texas. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 6:16-18.

9. 1990 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd. The Lipscomb Bison Quarry: 50 Years of Research. Transactions of the 25th Regional Archaeological Symposium for Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas, edited by P. Brothers, pp. 43-58. Midland Archaeological Society, Midland, TX.

10. 1990 Wyckoff, D.G., B.J. Carter, W. Dort, Jr., G.R. Brakenridge, L. Martin, J. Theler, and L.C. Todd. Northwestern Oklahoma's Burnham Site: Glimpses Beyond Clovis? Current Research in the Pleistocene 7:60-63.

11. 1991 Wyckoff, D.G., G.R. Brakenridge, K. Buehler, B.J. Carter, W.Dort, L.D. Martin, J.L. Theler, and L.C. Todd. Interdisciplinary Research at the Burnham Site (34WO73), Woods County, Oklahoma. In Guidebook 9th Annual Meeting South-Central Friends of the Pleistocene: A Prehistory of the Plains Border Region, edited by B.J. Carter and P.A. Ward, pp. 82-121. Agronomy Department, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.

12. 1991 Hofman, J.L., L.C. Todd, C.B. Schultz, and W. Hendy. The Lipscomb Bison Quarry: Continuing Investigation at a Folsom Kill-Butchery Site on the Southern Plains. Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society 60 (for 1989):149-189.

13. 1991 Hofman, J.L., L.C. Todd, R.W. Graham, and F.B. King. Howard Gully: A Terminal Pleistocene Record from Southwestern Oklahoma. Current Research in the Pleistocene 8:33-36.

14. 1992 Todd, L.C. Taphonomic Investigation of the Burnham Site Bison and Equid Bonebeds. In Interdisciplinary Research at Northwestern Oklahoma's Late Pleistocene Burnham Site, edited by D.G. Wyckoff, in press. Oklahoma Anthropological Society Memoir, Norman.

15. 1992 Todd, L.C. and J.L. Hofman. Variation in Folsom Bison Bonebeds: Implications for the Interpretation of Human Action. In Folsom Archaeology: An Overview of Early Holocene Environments and Human Adaptations, edited by D.J. Stanford and M. Jodry in press. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

16. 1997 Collins, M.B., D.J. Stanford, J.L. Hofman, M.A. Jodry, R.O. Rose, L.C. Todd, K. Kibler, and J.M. Clackmar. Cody Down South: The Seminole-Rose Site in West Texas. Current Research in the Pleistocene 14:15-17.

17. 1998  Meltzer, D.J., V.T. Holliday, and L.C. Todd.  Recent Field Research at the Folsom Site (29CX1), New Mexico.  Current Research in the Pleistocene  15:42-44.

18. 2002   Hill, M.G., D.W. May. T. Myers. D.J. Rapson. F. Sellet, J. Theler, and L. Todd. 2001 Investigations at the Clary Ranch site, Nebraska.  Current Research in the Pleistocene 19:32-34

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PAPERS PREPARED FOR PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS:

1. 1977 Todd, L.C., and J.L. Hofman. Preliminary Report on Investigations at the Long's Butte #2 Site (48FR261), Fremont County, Wyoming. Paper presented at the 35th Plains Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.

2. 1977 Larson, M.L., and L.C. Todd. A Plains Archaic Site in Southeastern Wyoming. Paper presented at the 35th Plains Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.

3. 1978 Initial Analysis of Butchering Patterns in a Cody Complex Bison Kill Site. Paper presented at the 36th annual Plains Conference, November 9-11. Denver, Colorado.

4. 1979 Todd, L.C. Agents Affecting a Death Assemblage: Implications for the Analysis of Plains Bone Beds. Paper presented at the 37th Plains Conference, October 31-Nov 3. Kansas City, MO.

5. 1980 Todd, L.C. Patterns in the Distribution of Sites Within a Historic Settlement System. Paper presented at the 45th meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, May 1-3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

6. 1981 Todd, L.C. Looking for Long-term Patterning in Hunter-gatherer Land Use: The WyCoalGas Example. Paper presented at the 39th Plains Conference. Bismark, North Dakota.

7. 1982 Todd, L.C. Analysis of an Early Holocene Mass Kill/Butchery Site: The Bison Remains from the Horner Site Bonebed, Park County, Wyoming (U.S.A.). Paper presented in the symposium "Environment and Hunting in the Stone Age," XI INQUA Congress. Moscow, U.S.S.R.

8. 1982 Todd, L.C. Studies of Bonebed Formation Processes: A Datum for the Analysis of Kill/Butchery Sites. Paper presented at the 40th Plains Conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

9. 1983 Todd, L.C. Reassembly of Bison Skeletons from the Horner site: A Study in Anatomical Refitting. Paper presented at the 48th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

10. 1983 Todd, L.C., D.N. Walker, D. Wedel, and G. Miller. The Bugas Site (48PA563): A Late Prehistoric Period Winter Occupation in the Sunlight Basin, Wyoming. Paper presented at the 41st Plains Conference, Rapid City, SD.

11. 1983 Ingbar, E., D. Rapson, and L. Todd. Middle Plains Archaic Lithic Technology and Adaptation: The McKean Site, 1951 to 1983. Paper presented at the 41st Plains Conference. Rapid City, South Dakota.

12. 1983 Walker, D.N., and L.C. Todd. Archaeological Salvage at the Castle Gardens Access Road Site. Paper presented at the 41st Plains Conference. Rapid City, South Dakota.

13. 1984 Rapson, D.J., L.C. Todd, and G.C. Frison. Analysis of Site Structure at a Late Prehistoric Occupation Site: 1984 Excavations at the Bugas-Holding Site, Northwestern Wyoming. Paper presented at the 42nd Plains Conference. Lincoln.

14. 1984 Todd, L.C. Investigation of Activity Structure in Kill-butchery Bonebeds: The Jones-Miller Site. Paper presented at the 42nd Plains Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.

15. 1984 Walker, D.N., G.C. Frison, L.C. Todd, and D. Eckles. The Hunter Ranch Mammoth: Analysis of a Single Carcass Death Site. Paper presented at the 42nd Plains Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.

16. 1985 Todd, L.C., D.J. Rapson, and E.E. Ingbar. Glimpses of Organization: Integration of Site Structure with the Analysis of Assemblage Content. Paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. May 1-4, Denver, Colorado.

17. 1985 Todd, L.C., E.E. Ingbar, and D.J. Rapson. Faunal Analysis and Site Structure: Two Case Examples. Paper presented at IUPPS meeting. Denver Colorado, April 30-May 1.

18. 1986 Todd, L.C. and R.L. Kelly. Paleoindian Bison Procurement and Long-term Mobility. Paper presented at the 51st annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. New Orleans.

19. 1986 Todd, L.C. Taphonomic Analysis of Kill-Butchery Sites and Interpretation of Paleoindian Adaptation. Invited presentation at the Ninth Spring Systematics Symposium: The Evolution of Human Hunting. Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. May 9-10.

20. 1986 Todd, L.C., M.E. Fogarty, and D. Rapson. Long Bone Fragmentation and Interpretation of Faunal Assemblages: Approaches to Comparative Analysis. Paper presented at the 44th Plains Conference, Denver, CO November 20-22.

21. 1986 Nash, M.A., J.M. Welch, L.C. Todd, and L.D. Brown. Archaeological Resources of the Upper Gooseberry Creek, Park County, Wyoming. Paper presented at the 44th Plains Conference, Denver, CO. November 20-22.

22. 1987 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Attribute Based Spatial Analysis: An Example from a Hunter-Gatherer Site in Northwestern Wyoming. Paper presented at the 52 Annual Meeting, Society for American Archaeology, Toronto, Canada. May 7-10.

23. 1987 Todd, L.C. Spatial Data: Time, Money, and the Archaeological Record. Paper at the 45th Plains Conference, Columbia MO.

24. 1988 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Conjoins, Contemporaneity, and Site Structure: Distributional Analyses of the Bugas-Holding Site. Paper presented at the 53rd annual meeting Society for American Archaeology, Phoenix, AZ.

25. 1988 Todd, L.C., and D.J. Rapson. Bonebed Analysis and Paleoindian Studies: The Mill Iron Site. Paper presented at the 53rd annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Phoenix, Arizona. April 27-May 1.

26. 1988 Todd, L.C., J.L. Hofman, and C.B. Schultz. Faunal Analysis and Paleoindian Studies: The Lipscomb Bison Bonebed. Paper presented at the 46th Plains Anthropological Conference, Wichita, KA. November 2-5.

27. 1988 Hofman, J.L., L.C. Todd, and C.B. Schultz. The Lipscomb Bison Quarry: Continuing Investigations at a Folsom Kill-Butchery Site on the Southern Plains. Paper presented at the 46th Plains Conference, Wichita, KS. November 2-5.

28. 1988 Flynn, P., D. Wyckoff, B. Carter, W. Dort, L. Martin, J. Theler, and L.C. Todd. Beyond Clovis: A Glimpse from the Burnham Site? Paper presented at the 46th Plains Anthropological Conference, Wichita, KA. November 2-5.

29. 1989 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd. Reinvestigation of the Lipscomb Bison Kill and its Significance for Folsom Period Research. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta Georgia, April 5-9.

30. 1989 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Bodysize, Season, Sex, and Butchery: Inferences About Storage and Transport Through Faunal Analysis. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta Georgia, April 5-9.

31. 1989 Todd, L.C. Seasonality Studies and Paleoindian Subsistence Strategies. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta Georgia, April 5-9.

32. 1989 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd. Paleo-Topography and Early Paleoindian Bison Kill Scenarios at Lipscomb, Texas. Paper presented at the 47th Annual Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD. October 18-21.

33. 1989 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Subsistence and Structure in the Archaeological Record: Investigating Faunal Use and Distributional Patterning at the Bugas-Holding Site. Paper presented at the Symposium in Honor of Lewis R. Binford. Albuquerque, NM. November 3-5.

34. 1990 Todd, L.C., M. Lawson, and K. Klein. Linear and Small-Scale Surveys as a Regional Pattern Recognition Strategy. Paper prepared for 55th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Las Vegas, Nevada. April 18-22.

35. 1990 Anyon, R., and L.C. Todd. Digging Where There's Nothing: Off-Site Trenching and Archaeological Survey. Paper prepared for 55th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Las Vegas, Nevada. April 18-22.

36. 1990 Todd, L.C. Kills, Caches, Camps, and the Interpretation of Paleoindian Subsistence. Invited presentation at Fifty Years of Discovery: The Lubbock Lake Landmark Dedication Ceremony. Oct. 14-21. Texas Tech University, Lubbock.

37. 1990 Todd, L.C. Taphonomic Investigations of the Burnham Site Bison and Equid Bonebeds. Paper presented at the 48th Plains Conference, Oct. 31-Nov. 4. Oklahoma City, OK.

38. 1991 Latady, W., M. Graham, and L. Todd. Time and Time Again: The Archaeology of Abandonment, Reuse and Reoccupation. Paper presented at the 56th annual meeting of the Society For American Archaeology, New Orleans.

39. 1991 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Body Parts, Processing Options, and Energy Sources: Contextual Interpretations of Archaeological Faunal Assemblages. Paper at 56th meeting, Society For American Archaeology, New Orleans.

40. 1991 Todd, L.C. Variation in Folsom Age Bison Assemblages: Implications for the Interpretation of Human Action. Paper presented at for the 56th annual meeting of the Society For American Archaeology, New Orleans.

41. 1991 Anyon, R. and L.C. Todd. Tempo, Duration, and Sequence: Microstratigraphic Excavations and Basketmaker III Settlement Systems. Paper presented at for the 56th annual meeting of the Society For American Archaeology, New Orleans.

42. 1991 Todd, L.C. Bonebed Analysis and Paleoindian Landuse. Invited paper presented at the Denver Symposium on Paleoindian-Upper Paleolithic Relations, June 13-15, Denver Museum of Natural History.

43. 1991 Todd, L.C. and D.J. Rapson. 1991 Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed: Aspects of the Formational History. Paper presented at the 49th Plains Conference. Lawrence, Kansas.

44. 1991 Todd, L.C., and C.A. Reher. Taphonomic Analysis of the Lodgepole Creek Bison Bonebed. Paper presented at the 49th Plains Conference. Lawrence, Kansas.

45. 1992 Todd, L.C. Rethinking Context: A Descriptive or Analytical Concept? Paper presented at the 50th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

46. 1992 Todd, L.C., M.G. Hill, A. Ono, and G.C. Frison. Paleoindian Butchery: A Reexamination of the Casper Site Bison Bonebed. Paper presented at the 50th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

47. 1992 Kornfeld, M., J. Miller, L.C. Todd, J. Saysette, and G.C. Frison. Paleoindian Occupation in a Portion of Colorado's Middle Park: Preliminary Report on Several Sites with Goshen Complex Manifestations. Paper presented at the 50th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

48. 1992 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. 1992 Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed: Analytic Approaches for Evaluating Bonebed Formation. Paper presented at the 50th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

49. 1993 Todd, L.C. Ethno and Other Archaeologies: Observational Scales and Interpretative Potentials. Paper prepared for 58th Annual Meeting, Society for American Archaeology. St. Louis, MO.

50. 1993 Todd, L.C., M.G. Hill, and G.C. Frison. Bone Modification at the Casper Site Bison Bonebed. Paper presented at the Eighth International Meeting of Bone Modification Working Group. Hot Springs, South Dakota.

51. 1993 Todd, L.C., D.J. Rapson, and L. Redmond. Continued Investigations at the Hudson-Meng Paleoindian Bison Bonebed. Paper presented at the 51st Plains Conference. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

52. 1993 Todd. L.C., D.J. Rapson, and J. Labelle. 1993 Excavations at the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Sioux County, Nebraska. Paper prepared for 2nd Island in the Plains Conference, Hot Springs, South Dakota.

53. 1994 Todd, L.C. Quarries, Communal Kills, and Multi-Animal Mass Mortalities: Interdisciplinary Studies and Interpretations of Bison Bonebeds. Paper prepared for 59th Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim CA.

54. 1994 Todd, L.C. Taphonomy and Archaeology of North American Paleoindian Bison Bonebeds. Presentation to the Ukranian Academy of Science, Institute of Archaeology, Kiev, Ukraine.

55. 1994 Todd. L.C. O`k~qlhih mtmqlhv{eh de~qej{lmpqh n`jemhldehueb. Paper at the Paleolithic Archaeology of the Ukraine Conference, Donesk, Ukraine.

56. 1994 Todd, L.C. and R.M. Larson. Stable Isotopes, Bison Dentitions, and Paleoecological Reconstructions. Paper prepared for 24th Great Basin Anthropological Conference. Elko, Neveda.

57. 1994 Hofman, J.L., and L.C. Todd. Reinvestigation of the Perry Ranch Plainview Bison Bonebed, Southwestern Oklahoma. Paper prepared for the 52nd Plains Conference. Lubbock, TX.

58. 1994 Todd, L.C. Big Bison Bonebeds: The Amvrosievka and Hudson-Meng Sites. Paper prepared for the 52nd Plains Conference. Lubbock, TX.

59. 1994 Todd, L.C. and J.M. LaBelle. Taphonomy of the Glenrock Buffalo Jump: Humeri and Atlas Vertebrae. Paper for the 52nd Plains Conference. Lubbock, TX.

60. 1994 Larson, R.M., and L.C. Todd. Temporal and Geographic Shifts in Isotopic Signatures Derived from Bison Enamel. Paper prepared for the 52nd Plains Conference. Lubbock, TX.

61. 1994 Larson, R.M., and L.C. Todd. Foraging Patterns of the Glenrock Bison: Exploring Intra-Assembalge Variations of Isotope Signatures. Paper prepared for the 52nd Plains Conference. Lubbock, TX.

62 1995 Hofman, J.L. and L.C. Todd. Lipscomb: Just Another Paleoindian Bison Bonebed? Paper Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

63. 1995 Hill, M.G. and L.C. Todd. Paleoindian Subsistence on the Northwestern Plains: New data from the Casper and Agate Basin Sites. Paper Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Minneapolis, MN.

64. 1995 Todd, L.C. and D.J. Rapson. Formational Analysis of Bison Bonebeds and Interpretation of Paleoindian Subsistence. Invited presentation at Colloque International sur "Le Bison: Gibier et Moyen de Subsistance des Hommes du Paleolithique Moyen aux Paleo-Indiens des Grandes Plaines." Toulouse, France.

65. 1995 Rapson, D.J. and L.C. Todd. Linking Trajectories if Intra-site Faunal Use with Food management strategies at the Bugas-Holding Site.Invited presentation at Colloque International sur "Le Bison: Gibier et Moyen de Subsistance des Hommes du Paleolithique Moyen aux Paleo-Indiens des Grandes Plaines." Toulouse, France.

66. 1995 Todd, L.C. Bonebeds, Bison Hunters, and Taphonomy: Learning to Recognize What We Don’t Know. Paper presented at 53rd Plains Conference, Laramie, WY.

67. 1995 Todd, L.C. and D. J. Rapson. Excavation, Research, and Public Interpretation at the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed, Sioux County, Nebraska. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, Wyoming.

68. 1995 Todd, L.C. and S.A. Sherman. Bison-on-a-Disk and Other Useful Aspects of Photo CD Technology. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, WY..

69. 1995 Burns, M.J. and L.C. Todd. CAD Analysis of Archaeological Data. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, Wyoming.

70. 1995 Burns, M.J., and L.C. Todd. Morphology of Bison Proximal Femora: A CAD Comparison of B. bison and B. antiquus. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, Wyoming.

71. 1995 Hill, M.G., L.C. Todd, and M.E. Hill. Postcranial Size Reduction of Late Quaternary Bison. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, WY.

72. 1995 LaBelle, J.M., L.C. Todd, M.G. Hill, J. Kennedy, W.T. O’Donnell. Modeling Hunter-Gatherer Processing Strategies on the Northwestern Plains: Reanalysis of the Glenrock Buffalo Jump (48CO304) Bison Assemblage. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, WY.

73. 1995 Rapson, D.J., and L.C. Todd. Taphonomic Analysis of the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed: The 1995 Field Season. Paper presented at the 53rd Plains Conference. Laramie, Wyoming.

74. 1995 Jahren, Hope, R.G. Amundson, and L.C. Todd. Pleistocene-Holocene Paleoclimate of the Great Plains as indicated by oxygen isotope composition of fossil hackberry carbonate from the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed site in NE Nebraska. Paper presented at the Geological Society of American Meeting, New Orleans.

75. 1995 Jahren, Hope, R.G. Amundson, and L.C. Todd. Pleistocene-Holocene Paleoclimate of the Great Plains as indicated by oxygen isotope composition of fossil hackberry carbonate from the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed site in NE Nebraska. Paper presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Fransisco.

76. 1996 Todd, L.C. and J.L. Hofman. Plains Paleoindian Hunters and Bison Paleoecology. Paper presented at the 23rd Alaska Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Fairbanks, Alaska.

77. 1996 Gadbury, C., H. Jahren, L.C. Todd, and R. Amundson. Dietary Patterns in a Paleoindian-Age Bison Herd: Results of Isotope Studies on Bison Teeth from the Hudson-Meng Bonbed Site in NW Nebraska. Paper presented at 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

78. 1996 Jahren, H., R. Amundson, and L.C. Todd. Data on the Climate Environment of Paleoindians in the Great Plains: Results of Isotope Studies on a Variety of Substrates from the Hudson-Meng Bison Bonebed Site in NW Nebraska. Paper presented at 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

79. 1996 Todd, L.C. A Season to Kill? Bison Bonebeds, Seasonality Studies, and Paleoindian/Paleolithic Subsistence. Paper presented at 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

80. 1996 Todd, L.C. and D.J. Rapson. Taphonomy, Chronology, and Stratigraphy: The 1991-1996 Excavations at Hudson-Meng (25SX115). Paper presented at the 54th Plains Anthropological Conference, Iowa City.

81. 1996 Jahren, H, C. Gadbury, L. Todd, and R. Amundson. The Climate Environment of the Great Plains 9,200 Years Ago. Paper presented at the 54th Plains Conference, Iowa City.

82. 1997 Rapson, D.J., L.C. Todd, and C.A. Reher. 1997 Excavations at the Vore Buffalo Jump: Reinvestigating Bonebed Formation, Chronology, and Stratigraphy. Paper presented at the 55th Plains Anthropological Conference, Boulder.

83. 1998 Meltzer, D.J. and L.C. Todd. 1997 Re-Investigations at the Folsom Type Site, New Mexico. Paper presented at 63st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Seattle.

84. 1999Todd, L.C., R.S. Walker  and D.C. Jones .   Kaplan-Hoover Bison Bonebed (5LR3953): Summary of 1997-1999 Excavations. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SDTodd, L.C., R.S. Walker , Oskar Burger , and D.J. Rapson .  Linking Multiple Spatial Scales: UTM-Based Archaeological Investigations. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

85. 1999 Grutt, J. , C. Nicholson , and L.C. Todd .  24SX348, Archaeology on the Level: Examining the Patches within the Scatters Using Spatial Analysis in the Oglala National Grasslands, Sioux County, Nebraska. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

86. 1999 Grutt, J.  , L.C. Todd, and M.R. Paule.  Integrating Molecular Biology with Zooarchaeology: Assessing Authchthonous Contamination at the Kaplan-Hoover (5LR3953) Bison bison Bonebed. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

87. 1999 Hurtado, R.C., and L.C. Todd  Biometrics, Body-Size, and Bison Herd Structure: Analysis of the Kaplan-Hoover Site Humeri. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

88. 1999 Klein, A.L.  and L.C. Todd . A Comparative Analysis of Electromagnetic Distance Measurement (EDM) and Global Positioning System (GPS) Devices for Proveniencing Archaeological Materials. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

89. 1999 Larson, S.A. , M.S. Finkelstein , and L.C. Todd .  Cultural Remains of the Oglala Grasslands:  A Comparative Study of Survey Methods and Artifact Densities. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

90. 1999. Lawson, J.J., J. Adams , and L.C. Todd .  Cobble Beds in Dawes County, Nebraska:  A Survey of Two Lithic Raw Material Sources. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

91. 1999 Rapson, D.J. , D. Stephens , and L.C. Todd . Research, Teaching, and Public Interpretation: Hudson-Meng and the Oglala National Grasslands 1997-1999. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

92. 1999 Wann, E.B. , and L.C. Todd. Late Archaic Butchery Patterns at the Kaplan-Hoover Site. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

93. 2000 Bohn, A., C. Nicholson, L. Todd . The Burrus Mammoth Site: Fluvial transportation of a cranium and tusks uncovered in Pleistocene river gravel. Presented at Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference. St. Paul, Minnesota.

94. 2000   Burger, O., L. Todd, D. Stephens, P.C. Burnett, D. Rapson, and T. Stohlgren.  Investigating the Effects of Large Herbivore Grazing on the Discovery, Management, and Interpretation of Cultural Materials. Presented at Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference. St. Paul, Minnesota.

95. 2000   Burnett, P.C., L.C. Todd, and O. Burger. Modeling Lithic Raw Material Replacement Costs: A Polythetic Approach. Presented at Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference.   St. Paul, Minnesota.

96. 2000 Nicholson, C., and L.C. Todd. Maxillary Dentition Analysis of Late Archaic Bison from the Kaplan-Hoover Site: Metrics, Ontogenetic Change, and Demographics Presented at Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference.   St. Paul, Minnesota.

97. 2000 Todd, L. O. Burger, T. Stohlgren, P.C. Burnett, D. Stephens, and D. Rapson.  Implementing Nested-Sampling in Archaeological Survey. Presented at Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference.   St. Paul, Minnesota.

98. 2000   Todd, L.C. and D. Stephens.  Integrated, Multi-Scale Archaeology on the Nebraska National Forest: Using the Power and Efficiency of GPS and GIS in Research and Management.  Invited Presentation at the Federal Preservation Forum. Nov 28-Dec. 1, Denver, Colorado.

99. 2000  Todd, L.C. and D. Stephens.  Integrated, Multi-Scale Archaeology on the Nebraska National Forest: Using the Power and Efficiency of GPS and GIS in Research and Management.  Invited Presentation at the Federal Preservation Forum. Nov 28-Dec. 1, Denver, Colorado.

100. 2001 Todd, L.C, O. Burger, T.J. Stohlgren, P.C. Burnett, and D. Stephens.   Just Scratching the Surface: Multi-scale Sampling Method for Archaeological Surveys.  Presented at 66th Annual Meeting  of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

101. 2001 Burger, O, L.C. Todd, T.J. Stohlgren, P.C. Burnett, and D.J. Rapson.   Scale, Context, Sampling Design, and Archaeological Survey:  Seeking Conceptual and Methodological Concordance.  .  Presented at 66th Annual Meeting  of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

102. 2001 Hoppe, K.A., R. Amundson, and L.C. Todd.  Patterns of Tooth Enamel Formation in Hypsodont Teeth: Implications for Isotopic Microsampling.  Presented at 61st Annual Meeting, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Bozeman, MT.

103. 2001 Todd, L.C., R.L. Thomas, M.G. Hill, Mathew; and R.  Byerly. Fresh, Filleted, or Frozen?  Marrow Extraction and Long Bone Fracture Morphology. Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

104. 2001 Todd, L.C., O. Burger, P.C. Burnett, T. Stohlgren, and D. Stephens. Interdisciplinary Management Protocols: Large Herbivore Grazing and Artifact Movement. Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

105. 2001 Schoville, B.J. and L.C. Todd . Harvester Ants and the Archaeological Record: Formational Dynamics and Interpretative Potentials. Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

106. 2001 Hill, M.G., M. Hill, D. May, T. Myers, D. Rapson, F. Sellet, J. Theler, and L. Todd. 2001 Investigations at the Clary Ranch Site, Garden County (Ash Hollow), Nebraska.  Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

107. 2001  Haines, J., and L.C. Todd. A Leg Up on Weathering Processes:  A Preliminary Study of Microenvironmental Setting, Species, Skeletal Element Type, and Age at Death. Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

108. 2001 Edwards, K., O. Burger, A. Bohn, and L. Todd.  Development of Methodological Approaches for Site Relocation In the Whitehead Creek Drainage of Sioux County, Nebraska. Paper at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

109. 2001  Burger, O., L. Todd, T. Stohlgren, P.C. Burnett, and D.J. Rapson..  A Nested-Sampling Design for Archaeological Survey. Paper presented at the 59th Plains Conference, Lincoln, NE.

110. 2002  Todd, L.C., and B. Schoville.  Small-Scale Processes, Long-Term Archaeological Impacts: Harvester Ant Mounds. Paper presented at the 67th Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Denver, CO.

111. 2002  Glantz, M. R. Suleymanov, M. Dzhurakalov, L. Todd, O. Burger, and P. Hughes.  Aman Kutan Revisited: Assessing Formational Histories in a Paleolithic Faunal Assemblage from Central Asia. Paper presented at the 67th Society for American Archaeology Meetings, Denver, CO.

112. 2002 Todd, L.C., P. Burnett, D. Rapson, and B. Schoville. The Upper Greybull Survey Project: Baseline data for Mitigating Recreational Impacts.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

113. 2002 Burnett, P., L.Todd, and D. Rapson. Cultural Chronology in the Upper Greybull River Watershed, Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming. 60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

114. 2002 Gensler, K., P. Burnett, and L. Todd.. Bone Fragments in Canid Scat and their Archaeological Implications.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

115. 2002  Heiner, P., P. Burnett, and L. Todd .  Archaeology along the Upper Whitehead Creek, Oglala National Grassland, Nebraska.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

116. 2002 Heiner, S. and L. Todd.  An Experiment in Bison Hide Processing Utilizing Traditional Methods.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

117. 2002 Scherbarth, R., P. Burnett, and L. Todd.  Excavation of a Late Holocene Hearth in a Sodtable on the White River Badlands.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

118. 2002  Schoville, B.J., M.G. Hill, and L.C.Todd).  Geoarchaeological Implications of Variability in the Incidence of Chipped Stone in Harvester Ant Mounds at Three Paleoindian Localities.  60th Plains Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.

119. 2003 Todd, L. M. Glantz, and J. Kappleman. Palaeolithic Archaeology of Northwestern Ethiopia. Advances in Ethiopian Paleolithic Archaeology Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

120. 2003 Todd, L., M. Glantz, J. Kappleman, and T. Rasmussen.  An Archaeological Field School at Chilga. Advances in Ethiopian Paleolithic Archaeology Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

121. 2003   Burger, O, L, Todd, and P, Burnett.  The Behavior of Surface Artifacts: Toward a Taphonomy of Landscapes.  68th Society for American Archaeology meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

122. 2003 Burnett, P, L. Todd, and D, Rapson.  Archaeology along the Upper Greybull River, Absaroka Mountains, Wyoming. .  68th Society for American Archaeology meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

123. 2003  Schoville, B, L. Todd, and M.G. Hill.  Harvester Ant Mounds and Their Archaeological and Ecological Significance.  68th Society for American Archaeology meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

124. 2003 Todd, L.C., P. Burnett, and O. Burger.  Landscape Taphonomy, Recreation Ecology, and Sustainable Development:  GRIZ 2003. 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas

125. 2003  Schoville, B, A, Hjermstad, T. Wellnitz, and L. Todd.  Benthic Macroinvertebrate Sampling: Integrating Stream Ecology, Nested Sampling Designs, and Bundled Research Strategies, 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas

126. 2003 Todd, L, and P. Burnett.  Archaeological Catch and Release: Expanding Data Capture for Non-Collection Surveys. 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas

127. 2003 Burnett, P., L. Todd, and K. Derr.  Changes in Montane Watershed Use Patterns Through the Holocene: A Spatial Chronology in the Central Absaroka Range, Wyoming, 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

128 2003 Reitze, W., L. Todd, and P. Burnett.  Morainal Archaeology: Alpine Landscapes, and Raw Material Procurement. , 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

129. 2003  Mueller, A. L. Todd, and W. Reitze.  The Gold Reef Mining District: A Non-Collection Survey of Historic Mining Activity in the Upper Greybull River Drainage. , 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

130. 2003 Derr, K., P. Burnett, and L. Todd.   Thermal Landscapes: Surface Temperature, Topography and Site Placement on the Greybull Watershed. 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas.

131. 2003 Rudolph, A., C, Hurst, L. Todd, and N. Matheson.  Archaeological Impact Assessment: Recreation and Research along the Upper Greybull Drainage, Northwestern Wyoming, 61st Plains Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas

SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED FOR PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS:

1. 1980 Explanations in History: Plains Historical Archaeology. With M. Kornfeld. 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2. 1983 McKean-Middle Plains Archaic: Current Perspectives. With M. Kornfeld. 41st Plains Conference, Rapid City, SD.

3. 1988 The Goshen Cultural Complex and High Plains Paleoindian Studies. With G.C. Frison. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Phoenix, Arizona.

4. 1995 Recent Advances in Taphonomic Research. With D.J. Rapson. 53rd Plains Conference, Laramie, WY.

 5. 1999 Kaplan-Hoover: A Late Archaic Arroyo Trap in Northern Colorado. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

6. 1999  Integrated, Multi-scale Archaeology and Public Interpretation on the Oglala National Grasslands, Northwestern Nebraska. With D. Stephens and D.J. Rapson. 57th Plains Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK, EXCAVATION:

AFRICA

R.S.A., Kwazulu

1987 Border Cave - MSA to Iron Age occupations. Co-principal investigator with P.B. Beaumont.

EUROPE

France,

1998 Solutre Uppler Paleolihtic kill/processing site. A. Montet-White & J.L. Hofman directors

1979 Abri Vaufrey (Grotte 15) - Middle Paleolithic cave site, J.P. Rigaud director. Crew member.

1979 Flageolet I - Upper Paleolithic rockshelter. J.P. Rigaud director. Crew member.

NORTH AMERICA

U.S.A., Colorad

2000 Kaplan-Hoover Bison Kill — late Archaic Bison bonebed; PI

2000 Burrus Mammoth Site -- Last Glacial Maximum mammoth death site; PI

1999 Kaplan-Hoover Bison Kill — late Archaic Bison bonebed; PI

1998 Kaplan-Hoover Bison Kill — late Archaic Bison bonebed; PI

1980 Frasca - Cody Complex bison bonebed. D.J. Stanford director. Crew member.

1980 Lamb Spring site - stratified Paleoindian site. D.J. Stanford director. Crew member.

1976 Dutton and Selby sites - Paleoindian period locations. D.J. Stanford director. Crew member.

U.S.A., Montana

1988 Mill Iron Site - Paleoindian (Goshen) bison bonebed, G.C. Frison Director, Project Supervisor.

1987 Mill Iron Site - G.C. Frison Director.

1985 Mill Iron Site - G.C. Frison Director, Crew member.

1984 Mill Iron Site - G.C. Frison Director, Crew member.

U.S.A., Nebraska

2000 Ogalala National Grassland Survey and Testing: PI; Field Director

2000 Hudson-Meng Site: Paleoindian bison bonebed: Co-PI; Field Director

1999 Ogalala National Grassland Survey and Testing: PI; Field Director

1999 Hudson-Meng Site: Paleoindian bison bonebed: Co-PI; Field Director

1998 Hudson-Meng Site: Paleoindian bison bonebed: Co-PI; Field Director

1996 Hudson-Meng Site, Paleoindian bison bonebed, Co-PI, Field Director

1995 Hudson-Meng Site. Paleoindian bison bonebed, Co-PI, Field Director

1994 Hudson-Meng Site, Paleoindian bison bonebed. Co-PI, Field Director.

1993 Hudson-Meng Site, Paleoindian bison bonebed. Co-PI, Field Director.

1992 Hudson-Meng Site, Paleoindian bison bonebed. Co-PI, Field Director.

1991 Hudson-Meng Site, Co-PI with T. Leistman, Field Director.

1988 Lodgepole Creek Bonebed - Early Holocene deposit. C.A. Reher and L.C. Todd Directors.

U.S.A., New Mexico

1998 Folsom Site (41CX1), D.J. Meltzer director

1997 Folsom Site (41CX1), D.J. Meltzer director.

1984 Blackwater Draw, Locality 1 stratigraphic excavations. D.J. Stanford and C.V. Haynes directors. Crew Chief.

1979 Mimbres valley - excavations at several Mimbres period sites. S. LaBlanc director. Crew member.

U.S.A., Oklahoma

1989 Howard Gully Late Pleistocene Environments Project - Late Pleistocene pond deposits. J.L. Hofman Director.

1989 Ceder Canyon Archaeology and Paleoecology Project - Pleistocene to recent deposits. J.L. Hofman Director.

1989 Caddo County Canyons Project - taphonomic investigation of fluvial processes, Pleistocene to recent faunal assemblages. J.L. Hofman and L.C. Todd Directors.

1989 Burnham Site, D. Wyckoff Director. Taphonomic Consultant.

U.S.A., South Dakota

1986 University of Denver Archaeological Field School: Field methods in vertebrate taphonomy. Wind Cave National Park. Director.

U.S.A., Texas

1989 Lipscomb Bison Quarry (41LP1) - Folsom bison bonebed. J.L. Hofman and L.C. Todd Directors.

1988 Lipscomb Bison Quarry. J.L. Hofman and L.C. Todd Directors.

U.S.A., Wyoming

2004 Greybull River Sustainable Landscape Ecology Project (Shoshone National Forest) - CSU Field School

2003 Greybull River Impact Zone Project  (Shoshone National Forest) - CSU Field School

2002 Greybull River Survey  (Shoshone National Forest) - CSU Field School

1998 Vore Buffalo Jump - Colorado State University Field School

1997 Vore Buffalo Jump - University of Wyoming Field School

1996 Vore Buffalo Jump

1996 Agate Basin Site

1992 Lookingbill Site - G.C. Frison & M.L. Larson directors.

1988 Hanson site - G.C. Frison and E. Ingbar directors.

1988 Lookingbill site - G.C. Frison Director.

1987 Hinrichs Mammoth site - G.C. Frison Director.

1986 Bugas-Holding Site - Late Prehistoric winter occupation site. Co-principal Investigator, Field Director.

1985 Bugas-Holding Site - Co-principal Investigator, Field Director.

1985 Scoggin Site - Middle Plains Archaic bison kill. M.E. Miller director.

1985 Dead Indian Creek Site - Early Archaic to Late Prehistoric occupation site. Consultant for testing.

1985 Hunter Ranch Mammoth site - Late Pleistocene locality.

1984 Bugas-Holding Site - Co-principal Investigator, Field Director.

1983 Bugas site - Late Prehistoric winter occupation. Frison director. Crew Member.

1983 McKean site - Middle Plains Archaic to Late Prehistoric occupation site. G.C. Frison director. Crew chief.

1983 Little Box Elder Cave - Pleistocene to Recent paleontological/ archaeological site. D.N. Walker director. Crew member.

1982 North Fork Cave. Testing. G.C. Frison director. Crew Member.

1978 Sheamans site - Clovis/Goshen occupation site. G. C. Frison director. Crew.

1978 Agate Basin site - Paleoindian bison bonebed. G.C. Frison director. Crew member in charge of mapping bonebed.

1977 Wagensen site - Late Prehistoric occupation site. C.A. Reher director. Crew.

1977 Long Butte #2 - Archaic to Late Prehistoric site. T.K. Larson director. Crew.

1977 Riverbend site - Late Prehistoric occupation. C.A. Reher director. Crew member.

1977 Horner site - Cody Complex kill-butchery site. G.C. Frison director. Crew chief in charge of mapping bonebed.

1977 Helen Lookingbill site - Paleoindian to Early Plains Archaic occupation site. G.C. Frison director. Crew member.

1977 Sheamans site - Clovis/Goshen site. G. C. Frison director. Crew member.

1977 Agate Basin site - Paleoindian bison kill-butchery site. G.C. Frison director. Crew member in charge of mapping bonebed.

1976 Hanson site - Folsom; geologic profiling. G.C. Frison director. Crew member.

1976 Southsider Shelter - G.C. Frison director. Crew member.

1976 Laddie Creek site - stratified open camp site with Paleoindian to Late Prehistoric occupations. G. C. Frison director. Crew member.

1976 Casper site - Hell Gap bison bonebed site. G.C. Frison director. Crew member.

1976 Agate Basin site - Paleoindian bison kill-butchery site. G.C. Frison director. Crew.

1975 Helen Lookingbill site - Paleoindian to Early Plains Archaic occupation site. G.C. Frison director. Crew member.

1975 Agate Basin site - Paleoindian bison kill-butchery site. G.C. Frison director. Crew.

1975 Medicine Lodge Creek site - large stratified rockshelter. G.C. Frison and C.A. Reher directors. Field School.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK (CRM):

U.S.A., Arizona

1989-90 Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission, Navajo Newlands Project. Project Director for various Zuni Archaeological Program survey and excavation projects, mainly in Apache County.

U.S.A., New Mexico

1990 Microstratigraphic investigations of a Basketmaker III occupation, N30/31 Road Data Recovery, San Juan County.

U.S.A., Wyoming

1981 WyCoalGas Project - Rochelle Mine, Coal Gasification Plant site, reservoir, railroad corridor, and pipeline. Project director.

1976 Arch Mineral #1 Mine Survey; 9,640 acres. Crew member.

1976 Arch Mineral #2 Mine Survey; 8,320 acres. Crew Member.

1976 Pacific Power and Light Cherokee Mine Survey; 10,640 acres. Crew member.

1976 Pacific Power and Light Jim Bridger Mine Survey; 18,100 acres. Crew member.

1976 Pacific Power & Light Dave Johnston Mine Survey; 11,000 acres. Crew member.

1976 Pacific Power & Light Prairie Dog Reservoir Survey; 2,000 acres. Crew member.

1975-81 Surveys of numerous drill pad locations, access roads, pipelines, and test excavations of numerous small sites throughout Wyoming. Crew member, crew chief, Project Director.

MASTER'S THESIS COMMITTEES CHAIRED OR CO-CHAIRED:

1. Larson, R.M. (1995) Bison Paleoecology: Developing Applications for Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence Models and Former Ecosystems.

2. Burns, J.A. (1996) Cache or Carry?: An Analytical Approach to the Material Record of Caching Employing Three Colorado Lithic Caches.

3. Sherman, S.A. (1996) Defining Archaeological Site Structure Using Minimally Intrusive Subsurface Sampling Methods.

4. Gadbury, C.A. (1997) Paleoecological Interpretations of Isotope and Trace Element Variation in Bison Tooth Enamel.

5. Niven, L.B. (1997) Seasonal Variability of Prehistoric Bison Procurement and Utilization on the Northern Plains.

6. Lee, T.L. (1998) Native Americans and Archaeologists: The Coming Together of Two World Views.

7.  Jones, D.C. (1999) Late Paleoindian/Early Archaic Archaeology and Subsistence: A Taphonomic Analysis of the Lime Creek Site (25FT41), Southwestern Nebraska.

8. Davies, James O. (2001).  The Relationship Between the Archaeological Record and the Physical Environment: A Spatial Analysis of the Upper Gunnison Basin, Colorado.

9.  Burger, Oskar (2002). A Multi Scale Perspective for Archaeological Survey

10. Gantt, E. (2002). The Claude C. and A. Lynn Coffin Lindenmeier Collection: An Innovative Method for Analysis of Privately held Artifact Collections and New Information on a Folsom Campsite in Northern Colorado.

11. Scott Slessman (2004). The Frazier Site: An Agate Basin Occupation and Lithic Assemblage on the Kersey Terrace, Northeastern Colorado

 

 

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