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Village Ecodynamics Project


December 2009

Hear About VEP II in St. Louis!

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At the SAA 75th Anniversary Meeting, April 14-18, 2010, we will present a symposium devoted to VEP II on Thursday morning April 15. Papers include:

Mark Varien ~ The Village Ecodynamics Project: Modeling Long-Term Interaction Between Pueblo People and Their Environment in the Northern Southwest

Donna Glowacki, Reed, Bocinsky, Diederichs, Bell ~ Making Sense of the Actual: Settlement Trends in the Southwestern Colorado VEP Study Areas

Kyle Bocinsky, Kemp, Nott ~ Plop! 'Unorthodox' aDNA studies for reconstructing domestication and migration

Ziad Kobti, Cockburn ~ Village Functional Specialization Framework

Stefani Cratree, Ford, Kohler ~ Modeling or Simulation?

Steve Wolverton, Ortman, Nagaoka ~ Assessing VEP Productivity Predictions with Zoo

archaeological Relative Abundance Data in the Mesa Verde Region

Scott Ortman ~ Population history and population movement between the VEP study areas

Sam Duwe ~ Coalescence, Continuity, and Change in the Tewa Basin, New Mexico

Laura DeFrank, Goodale, Arakawa, Connolly, Kohler ~ A Breadcrumb Trail: Using Projectile Point Variation to Address Migration

Ben Bellorado, Anschuetz, Gauthier ~ Plant Seeds and Village Needs: Modeling Village Agriculture in the Central Mesa Verde and Northern Rio Grande Across the Dimensions of Time and Space

Jeremy Kulisheck, Bremer ~ Pueblo Demographic Change in the Northern Rio Grande after A.D. 1450: Implications for the Village World

John Kantner (SAR), Discussant

Tim Kohler (WSU), Discussant


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