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Torben Rick
Torben Rick
Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
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Paleoindian seafaring, maritime technologies, and coastal foraging on California’s Channel Islands
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, TJ Braje, M Casperson, B Culleton, B Fulfrost, ...
Science 331 (6021), 1181-1185, 2011
3342011
Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use
L Stephens, D Fuller, N Boivin, T Rick, N Gauthier, A Kay, B Marwick, ...
Science 365 (6456), 897-902, 2019
2492019
Integrating paleobiology, archeology, and history to inform biological conservation
TC Rick, R Lockwood
Conservation Biology 27 (1), 45-54, 2013
2362013
Human impacts on ancient marine ecosystems: a global perspective
TCRJ Erlandson
Univ of California Press, 2008
2192008
From Pleistocene mariners to complex hunter-gatherers: The archaeology of the California Channel Islands
TC Rick, JM Erlandson, RL Vellanoweth, TJ Braje
Journal of world prehistory 19 (3), 169-228, 2005
2112005
Archaeology meets marine ecology: the antiquity of maritime cultures and human impacts on marine fisheries and ecosystems
JM Erlandson, TC Rick
Annual Review of Marine Science 2 (1), 231-251, 2010
2062010
Paleocoastal marine fishing on the Pacific Coast of the Americas: perspectives from Daisy Cave, California
TC Rick, JM Erlandson, RL Vellanoweth
American Antiquity 66 (4), 595-613, 2001
1882001
Human impacts on ancient shellfish: a 10,000 year record from San Miguel Island, California
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, TJ Braje, A Steinberg, RL Vellanoweth
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2144-2152, 2008
1842008
People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least 12,000 years
EC Ellis, N Gauthier, K Klein Goldewijk, R Bliege Bird, N Boivin, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (17), e2023483118, 2021
1432021
Finding the first Americans
TJ Braje, TD Dillehay, JM Erlandson, RG Klein, TC Rick
Science 358 (6363), 592-594, 2017
1152017
Adaptive divergence despite strong genetic drift: genomic analysis of the evolutionary mechanisms causing genetic differentiation in the island fox (Urocyon littoralis)
WC Funk, RE Lovich, PA Hohenlohe, CA Hofman, SA Morrison, TS Sillett, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (10), 2176-2194, 2016
1152016
Fishing up the food web?: 12,000 years of maritime subsistence and adaptive adjustments on California's channel islands1
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, TJ Braje
Pacific Science 63 (4), 711-724, 2009
1022009
Social science perspectives on drivers of and responses to global climate change
AK Jorgenson, S Fiske, K Hubacek, J Li, T McGovern, T Rick, JB Schor, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (1), e554, 2019
1002019
One if by land, two if by sea: who were the first Californians
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, TL Jones, JF Porcasi
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity, 53-62, 2007
972007
Maritime subsistence at a 9300 year old shell midden on Santa Rosa Island, California
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, RL Vellanoweth, DJ Kennett
Journal of Field Archaeology 26 (3), 255-265, 1999
941999
Archeology, deep history, and the human transformation of island ecosystems
TC Rick, PV Kirch, JM Erlandson, SM Fitzpatrick
Anthropocene 4, 33-45, 2013
932013
The archaeology and historical ecology of late Holocene San Miguel Island
TC Rick
ISD LLC, 2007
902007
Sea otters, shellfish, and humans: 10,000 years of ecological interaction on San Miguel Island, California
JM Erlandson, TC Rick, JA Estes, MH Graham, TJ Braje, RL Vellanoweth
Proceedings of the sixth California Islands symposium, 58-69, 2005
902005
Archaeology, marine ecology, and human impacts on marine environments
JM Erlandson, TC Rick
Human impacts on ancient marine ecosystems: a global perspective, 1-19, 2008
892008
Radiocarbon dating and the “old shell” problem: direct dating of artifacts and cultural chronologies in coastal and other aquatic regions
TC Rick, RL Vellanoweth, JM Erlandson
Journal of Archaeological science 32 (11), 1641-1648, 2005
892005
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