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G. N. Bailey
The role of molluscs in coastal economies: the results of midden analysis in Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science
Elsie B. Begler , and Keatinge Richard W.
Theoretical goals and methodological realities: problems in the reconstruction of prehistoric subsistence economies. World Archaeology
Roots and the subsistence of the ancient Maya. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology
Mark N. Cohen
Archaeological plant remains from the central coast of Peru. Nawpa Pacha
Sherburne F. Cook
A reconsideration of shell mounds with respect to population and nutrition. American Antiquity
Sherburne F. Cook
Subsistence ecology of Scovill. American Antiquity
S. F. Cook , and A. E. Treganza
The quantitative investigation of Aboriginal sites: comparative physical and chemical analysis of two California Indian mounds. American Antiquity
Early sites on the Peruvian coast. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology
Michael E. Moseley
Subsistence and demography: an example of interaction from prehistoric Peru. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology
Michael E. Moseley , and Willey Gordon
Aspero, Peru: a re-examination of the site and its implications. American Antiquity
Patrick J. Munson , Parmalee Paul W. , and Yarnell Richard A.
Subsistence ecology of Scovill, a terminal Middle Woodland village. American Antiquity
R. C. Murphy
The oceanography of the Peruvian littoral with reference to the abundance and distribution of marine life. The Geographical Review
Paul W. Parmalee , and Klippel Walter E.
Freshwater mussels as a prehistoric food resource. American Antiquity
Thomas C Patterson , and Moseley Michael E.
Late preceramic and early ceramic cultures of the central coast of Peru. Ñawpa Pacha
The archaeological record of chili peppers (Capsicum spp.) and the sequence of plant domestication in Peru. American Antiquity
L. B. Singh
Utilization of saline-alkali soils for agro-industry without prior reclamation. Economic Botany
Early water-table farming on the north coast of Peru. American Antiquity
David J. Wilson
Of maize and men: a critique of the maritime hypothesis of state origins on the coast of Peru. American Anthropologist