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Publicación Bibliografía
Tagg 1996

Tagg, M. D.
    1996    Early Cultigens from Fresnal Shelter, Southeastern New Mexico. American Antiquity 61(2):311-324.

Thiel and Mabry 2006

Thiel, J. H. and J. B. Mabry (editors)
    2006    Rio Nuevo Archaeology, 2000-2003: Investigations at the San Agustín Mission and Mission Gardens, Tucson Presidio, Tucson Pressed Brick Company, and Clearwater Site. Technical Report No. 2004-11. Desert Archaeology, Inc., Tucson.

Thompson et al. 2004

Thompson, R. G., J. P. Hart, H. J. Brumbach and R. Lusteck
    2004    Phytolith Evidence for Twentieth-Century B.P. Maize in Northern Iroquoia. Northeast Anthropology 68:25-40.

Tykot and Staller 2002

Tykot, Robert H. and John E. Staller
    2002    The Importance of Early Maize Agriculture in Coastal Ecuador: New Data from La Emerenciana. Current Anthropology 43(4):666-677.

Valdez 2007

Valdez, Franciso
    2007    Mayo Chinchipe: La Porte Entrouverte. In Équateur. L’art Secret de L’équateur Précolombien, edited by D. Klein and I. Cruz, pp. 321-350. 5 Continents, Milan.

Valdez 2008

Valdez, Francisco
    2008    Inter-Zonal Relationships in Ecuador. In Handbook of South American Archaeology, edited by H. Silverman and W.H. Isbell, pp. 865-888. Springer, New York.

Valdez 2013

Valdez, Francisco
    2013    Primeras Sociedades de La Alta Amazonía: La Cultura Mayo Chinchipe-Marañón. Instituto Nacional de Patrimonio Cultural and Institut de Recherche pour le Développement - IRD, Quito, Ecuador.

Vierra and Ford 2006

Vierra, B. J. and R. I. Ford
    2006    Early maize agriculture in the northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico. In Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Biogeography, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize, edited by J. E. Staller, R. H. Tykot and B. F. Benz, pp. 497-510. Elsevier/Academic Press, Amsterdam.

Vint 2015

Vint, J. M.
    2015    Las Capas, AZ AA:12:111 (ASM), Introduced: Background, Chronology, and Research Orientation. In Implements of Change: Tools, Subsistence, and the Built Environment of Las Capas, an Early Agricultural Irrigation Community of Southern Arizona, edited by J. M. Vint, pp. 1-31, Anthropological Papers, No. 51, Archaeology Southwest and Desert Archaeology Inc., Tempe.

Wahl et al. 2006

Wahl, David, Roger Byrne, Thomas Schreiner and Richard Hansen
    2006    Holocene Vegetation Change in the Northern Peten and Its Implications for Maya Prehistory. Quaternary Research 65(3):380-389.

Wallace 1996

Wallace, Henry D.
    1996    Archaeological Assessment of a Portion of the Knapp Parcel Southesast of the Confluence of the Rillito and Santa Cruz Rivers, Tucson, Arizona. Anthropological Papers, No. 17. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Watts and Bradbury 1982

Watts, W. A. and J. Platt Bradbury
    1982    Paleoecological Studies at Lake Patzcuaro on the West-Central Mexican Plateau and at Chalco in the Basin of Mexico. Quaternary Research 17:56-70.

Weir and Bonavia 1985

Weir, G. H. and D. Bonavia
    1985    Coprolitos y Dieta del Precerámico Tardío de la Costa Peruana. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Études Andines 14(1-2):85-140.

Wellman 2000

Wellman, K. D. (editor)
    2000    Farming Through the Ages: 3400 Years of Agriculture at the Valley Farms Site in the Northern Tucson Basin. Cultural Resource Report 98-226. SWCA Environmental Consultants, Tucson.

Wesolowski et al. 2010

Wesolowski, V., S. M. Ferraz MendonÁa de Souza, K. J. Reinhard and G. Ceccantini
    2010    Evaluating Microfossil Content of Dental Calculus from Brazilian Sambaquis. Journal of Archaeological Science 37(6):1326-1338.

Whittlesey et al. (editors) 2009

Whittlesey, S. M., S. J. Hesse and M. S. Foster (editors)
    2009    Recurrent Sedentism and the Making of Place. SWCA Environmental Consultants, Tucson.

Willey and Corbett 1954

Willey, Gordon R. and John M. Corbett
    1954    Early Ancon and Early Supe Culture: Chavin Horizon Sites of the Central Peruvian Coast. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 3. Columbia University Press, New York.

Wills 1988

Wills, W. H.
    1988    Early Prehistoric Agriculture in the American Southwest. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe.

Wills 1989

Wills, W. H.
    1989    Patterns of prehistoric food production in west-central New Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Research 45(1):139-157.

Wiseman 1990

Wiseman, F.
    1990    San Antonio: A Late Holocene Record of Agricultural Activity in the Maya Lowlands. In Ancient Maya Wetland Agriculture: Excavations on Albion Island, Northern Belize, edited by M. Pohl, pp. 313-322. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado.

Wöcherl 2007a

Wöcherl, Helga (editor)
    2007    Archaeological Investigations at the El Taller, AZ AA:12:92 (ASM), and Rillito Fan, AZ AA:12:788 (ASM), Sites Along Eastbound I-10 between Sunset and Ruthrauff Roads, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona (TR2003-08). Technical Report 2003-08. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Wöcherl 2007b

Wöcherl, Helga
    2007    Chronology and Sequence of Occupation. In Archaeological Investigations at the El Taller, AZ AA:12:92 (ASM), and Rillito Fan, AZ AA:12:788 (ASM), Sites Along Eastbound I-10 between Sunset and Ruthrauff Roads, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona (TR2003-08). Technical Report 2003-08, edited by H. Wöcherl, pp. 83-86. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Wood and Bowen 1995

Wood, W. D. and W. R. Bowen
    1995    Woodland Period Archaeology in Northern Georgia. University of Georgia Laboratory of Archaeology Series, Report No. 33. University of Georgia, Athens.

Wood and Ledbetter 1990

Wood, W. D. and R. J. Ledbetter
    1990    Rush: An Early Woodland Period Site in Northwest Georgia. Occasional Papers in Cultural Resource Management, No. 4. Georgia Department of Transportation, Office of Environmental Analysis, Atlanta.

Zarrillo 2008

Zarrillo, S.
    2008    The Amaizing Trace II: More on Precontact Maize in Alberta and the Canadian Plains. Lecture presented at the Archaeological Society of Alberta, Lethbridge, Alberta, February 5.