Brian F. Codding
Brian F. Codding
Associate Professor, University of Utah
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The “fire stick farming” hypothesis: Australian Aboriginal foraging strategies, biodiversity, and anthropogenic fire mosaics
RB Bird, DW Bird, BF Codding, CH Parker, JH Jones
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (39), 14796-14801, 2008
3962008
In pursuit of mobile prey: Martu hunting strategies and archaeofaunal interpretation
DW Bird, RB Bird, BF Codding
American Antiquity 74 (1), 3-29, 2009
1532009
Behavioral ecology and the future of archaeological science
BF Codding, DW Bird
Journal of Archaeological Science 56, 9-20, 2015
1292015
Aboriginal hunting buffers climate-driven fire-size variability in Australia’s spinifex grasslands
RB Bird, BF Codding, PG Kauhanen, DW Bird
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (26), 10287-10292, 2012
1292012
Environmental productivity predicts migration, demographic, and linguistic patterns in prehistoric California
BF Codding, TL Jones
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (36), 14569-14573, 2013
852013
Provisioning offspring and others: risk–energy trade-offs and gender differences in hunter–gatherer foraging strategies
BF Codding, RB Bird, DW Bird
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1717), 2502-2509, 2011
852011
Resource scarcity drives lethal aggression among prehistoric hunter-gatherers in central California
MW Allen, RL Bettinger, BF Codding, TL Jones, AW Schwitalla
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (43), 12120-12125, 2016
762016
The Diablo Canyon fauna: A coarse-grained record of trans-Holocene foraging from the central California mainland coast
TL Jones, JF Porcasi, JW Gaeta, BF Codding
American Antiquity 73 (2), 289-316, 2008
642008
Conservation or co-evolution? Intermediate levels of aboriginal burning and hunting have positive effects on kangaroo populations in Western Australia
BF Codding, RB Bird, PG Kauhanen, DW Bird
Human Ecology 42 (5), 659-669, 2014
582014
Explaining prehistoric variation in the abundance of large prey: A zooarchaeological analysis of deer and rabbit hunting along the Pecho Coast of Central California
BF Codding, JF Porcasi, TL Jones
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 29 (1), 47-61, 2010
502010
Variability in the organization and size of hunter-gatherer groups: Foragers do not live in small-scale societies
DW Bird, RB Bird, BF Codding, DW Zeanah
Journal of human evolution 131, 96-108, 2019
492019
Violence among foragers: The bioarchaeological record from central California
AW Schwitalla, TL Jones, MA Pilloud, BF Codding, RS Wiberg
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 33, 66-83, 2014
492014
Seasonal stability in Late Holocene shellfish harvesting on the central California coast
TL Jones, DJ Kennett, JP Kennett, BF Codding
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2286-2294, 2008
492008
A landscape architecture of fire: Cultural emergence and ecological pyrodiversity in Australia’s Western Desert
DW Bird, RB Bird, BF Codding, N Taylor
Current Anthropology 57 (S13), S65-S79, 2016
462016
Interpreting abundance indices: some zooarchaeological implications of Martu foraging
BF Codding, DW Bird, RB Bird
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (12), 3200-3210, 2010
462010
Man the showoff? Or the ascendance of a just-so-story: A comment on recent applications of costly signaling theory in American archaeology
BF Codding, TL Jones
American Antiquity 72 (2), 349-357, 2007
452007
People, El Nino southern oscillation and fire in Australia: fire regimes and climate controls in hummock grasslands
R Bliege Bird, DW Bird, BF Codding
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
382016
Population growth as a driver of initial domestication in Eastern North America
EM Weitzel, BF Codding
Royal Society open science 3 (8), 160319, 2016
342016
Living outside the box: an updated perspective on diet breadth and sexual division of labor in the Prearchaic Great Basin
RG Elston, DW Zeanah, BF Codding
Quaternary International 352, 200-211, 2014
342014
Megafauna in a Continent of Small Game: Archaeological Implications of Martu Camel Hunting in Australia's Western Desert
DW Bird, BF Codding, RB Bird, DW Zeanah, CJ Taylor
Quaternary International, 2013
342013
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