General Session 6. High Altitude Archaeology in the Great Basin and Periphery

Saturday 08:00 AM (Emerald Bay A)
Chair: Ashley Losey

8:00
Exploring Lithic Material Selection and Prehistoric Settlement Patterns in the Pequop Mountains of Northeast Nevada
Launi VanTine and Adam Berg

8:15
People Who Live in Brush Houses Should Not Throw Stones: A Spatial Analysis of Rock Rings in the Monitor Valley Region
Alyce Branigan

8:30
Two Drift Lines and Three Kill Sites in the Pancake Range, White Pine County, Nevada
Clint R. Cole and Oliver Patsch

8:45
Exploring the Placement and Planning of the Mt. Jefferson Alpine Villages through GIS
Nicholas P. Freeland

9:00
Break

9:15
Analysis of an Alpine Lithic Assemblage: Flaked and Ground Stone in Wyoming's High Rise Village
Luke Trout

9:30
Risk and Climate at High Altitude, a Z-score Model Case Study from Wyoming's Wind River Range
Ashley Losey

9:45
High Rise Village and Implications for High Altitude Adaptations across the Great Basin
Christopher Morgan

10:00
Man Caves of the Central Basin: Tracking the Rise and Demise of Logistic Bighorn Hunting
David Hurst Thomas

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