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1 Curriculum VitaeWilliam D. Lipe (March,
Curriculum VitaeWilliam D. Lipe (March, 2016PersonalBorn in Struggleville, Oklahoma, May 5, 1935Married to June Finley Lipe (Feb. 17, 1962 until her death June 19, 2005)Children: Carrie Lipe, Jessica M. Lipe, David F. Lipe Education 2 2 Offices and Other Professional ActivitiesMember, Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Lifetime Achievement Award CommitteeMember, SAA Task Force on Valuing Archaeological Resources& 2015Member, Nominating CommitteeShanghai Archaeol.rum; Delegate 2013presentMember, Board of Directors, ArchaeologicalConservancy, Albuquerque, NMpresentMember, Advisory Board,Archaeology Southwest, Tucson, AZpresentMember, Board of Directors, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center (CCAC)Program Scholar, Cultural Explorations, CCACMember, Board of Directors, SRI Foundation, Albuquerque, NMMember, Advisory Committee, Canyon of the Ancients National MonumentBureau of Land Management(BLMDelegate from WSU Chapter to Annual Meeting of the Society of Sigma XiScholarResidence, NEH Teachers' Summer Institute, CCACMember, Field School Certification Committee, Register of ProfessionalArchaeologists (RPA)Chair, Field School Certification Committee, RPA Editorial Advisory Board, American Archaeology SAA Representative onBoard of Directors, RPAChair, SAA Nominating Committeechair, RPA Task Force, SAA Presidentelect (19941995) and President (19951997), SAANominations Committee, Section H (Anthropology) Amer. Assoc. for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)Chair, Nominations Committee, Amer. Soc. for Conservation Archaeology(ASCA) Executive Director Search Committee, CCACMember, Nominations Committee, ASCA General Editor, Occasional Papers, CCAC Member, Advisory Committee, The Southwest SymposiumMemberlarge, Section H Committee (Anthropology), AAASVice President, ASCA Lasting Legacy Committee, Washington Centennial CommissionBoard of Directors, Crow Canyon Center for Southwestern ArchaeologySAA Committee on National Historic Landmarks Washington State Heritage Council Advisory Board, Crow Canyon Campus, Center for American ArchaeologSAA Nominating CommitteeScientific Advisory Committee, Washington Archaeological Research CenterExecutive Board, Society of Professional Archaeologists (SOPA)site peer reviewer, Vandenberg Cult. Res. Mitigation Project, CaliforniaChair, Northwest Anthropological ConferenceExecutive Board, SAAChair, SAA Nominating CommitteeExecutive Board, SOPASAA Committee on Professional Standards 3 3 Nominee for Presidency, SAA embership Committee, SOPAMember, Multipleuse Adviso

2 ry Board, Arizona Strip District, BLMCha
ry Board, Arizona Strip District, BLMChair, Southwestern Anthropological Research Group (SARG)Chair, SAA Committee on Employment in ArchaeologySAA delegate to American Anthropological Association Conferenceon Employment in Anthropology Editor, Museum of Northern Arizona Technical Seriesand Plateau PublicationsMatson, R.G., William D. Lipe, and Diane CurewitzIn press. Dynamics of the Thirteenthcentury Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: the View from Cedar Mesa. Kiva80(34).Lipe, William D. 2016 (submitted) Glen Canyon, Dolores, and AnimasLaPlata: Big Projects and Big Changes in Public Archaeology. In Perspectives on Cultural Resource Management Archaeology edited by Francis P. McManamon. Taylor and Francis/Routledge, Abingdon, UK. McManamon, Francis P., John F. Doershuk, William D. Lipe, Tom McCulloch, Christopher Polglase, Sarah H. Schlanger, Lynne Sebastian, and Terry Childs (revised version awaiting editor’s decision) ValueBased Management of Archaeological Resources at a Landscape Scale. Advances in Archaeological Practice Lipe, William D., R. Kyle Bocinsky, Brian S. Chisholm, Robin Lyle, David M. Dove, RG Matson, Elizabeth Jarvis, Kathleen Judd, and Brian M. Kemp2016 Cultural and Genetic Contexts for Early Turkey Domestication in the Northern Southwest. American Antiquity81(1):97 Lipe, William D. 2016 What Do We See When We Look at Rock Art? In Rock Art,A Vision of a Vanishing Cultural Landscape, edited by Jonathan Bailey, pp. 2123. Johnson Books, Boulder, CO Cooper, C., K. Lupo, R.G. Matson, W. Lipe, C.I. Smith, and M.P. Richards 2016 Shortterm Variability of Human Diet at Basketmaker II Turkey Pen Ruins, Utah: Insights From Bulk and Single Amino Acid Isotope Analysis of Hair. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports5:10 Lipe, William D. 2015 Some Memories of Jesse Jennings. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 35(1):157158. (In a section titled “Pioneers”, compiled by Steven R. SimmsLipe, Bill 2015 Breaking Ground: The Neolithic Arrives in the American Southwest. Current World ArchaeologyVol.6, No. 8 (Issue 68):24 Lipe, William D. (editor) 2014 Tortuous and Fantastic: Cultural and Natural Wonders of Greater Cedar Mesa. Archaeology Southwest Magazine28(34). Articles authored: Introduction and Timeline (pp. 37); Culture History of Cedar Mesa Before 1300 (pp. 1719); Ancient Turkeys (with Brian Kemp, p. 30). Lipe, William D. 2014 Don Fowler and the Glen Canyon Project: Formative Experiences. In Archaeology in the 4 4 Great Basin and Sou

3 thwest: Papers in Honor of Don D. Fowler
thwest: Papers in Honor of Don D. Fowler, edited by Nancy J. Parezo and Joel C. Janetski, pp. 1114. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Rommes, Donald J. and William D. Lipe Cliff Dwellers of Cedar Mesa: The Culture, Sites, and Exodus of the Ancestral Puebloans Canyonlands Natural History Association, Moab, UT Ellwood, Emily, Paul Scott, William D. Lipe, R.G. Matson, and John Jones Stoneboiling Maize with Limestone: Experimental Results and Implications for Nutrition Among SE Utah Preceramic Groups. Journal of Archaeological Science40:35 Lipe, William D. Societyfor American Archaeology(SAA)Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management Section. SpringerVerlag Lipe, William D. Why We Did We Do It ThatWay: The University of Utah Glen Canyon Project in Retrospect. InGlen Canyon,Legislative Struggles, and Contract Archaeology:Papers in Honor of Carol Condie, edited by Emily J. Brown, Carol J. Condie, and Helen H. Crotty, pp. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, No. 38. Albuquerque, NM Lipe, William D., R.G. Matson, and Brian Kemp New Insights from Old Collections: Cedar Mesa, Utah Revisited. Southwestern Lore 77(2&3):103 tone, Tammy and William D. Lipe Standing Out Versus Blending In: Pueblo Migrations and Ethnic Marking. In Movement, Connectivity, and Landscape Change in the Ancient Southwest, edited by Margaret C. Nelson and Colleen A. Strawhacker, pp. 277University Press of Colorado, Boulder Collins, Mary, William D. Lipe, and Diane Curewitz Curating Research Careers: The Cedar Mesa Project, Utah. Heritage Management3(2):233 254 Speller, Camilla F., Brian M. Kemp, Scott D. Wyatt, Cara Monroe, William D. Lipe, Ursula M. Arndt, and Dongya Yang Complex History for Turkey Domestication in PreContact North America. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences107 (7) 28072812 Lipe, William D. Lost in Transit: The Central Mesa Verde Archaeological Complex. In Leaving Mesa Verde: Peril and Change in the ThirteenthCenturySouthwestedited by Timothy A. Kohler, Mark D. Varien, and Aaron WrightUniversity of Arizona Press, Tucson Sebastian, Lynne and William D. Lipe (editors Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management: Visionfor the FutureSchool of Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe, NM Lipe, William D. Archaeological Values and Resource Management. In Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management: Visionfor the Future, edited by Lynne Sebastian and William D. Lipe, pp. School for Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe, NM Lipe, William D. and Lynne S

4 ebastian Perspectives from the Seminar.
ebastian Perspectives from the Seminar. In Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management: Visionfor the Future, edited by Lynne Sebastian and William D. Lipe, pp. 283 School for Advanced Research Press, Santa Fe, NM Lipe, William D. 5 5 Foreword. In Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum Collections, edited by Teri Paul, pp. viiiix. Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum, Blanding, UT Lipe, William D. Defiance House and Other Ancient and Historic Sites, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah. In Archaeology in America: An Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, Southwest and Great Basin/Plateau, Francis P. McManamon, general editor, pp. 287290. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT Lipe, William D. Comments on Session I: Archeological Foundations. In A Century of Archeological Research at Mesa Verde National ParkProceedings volume compiled by Linda Towle, pp. . Mesa Verde Museum Association, Mesa Verde, CO Lipe, William D. 2008 Mesa Verde National Park, CO. In American Indian Places, A Historical Guidebook, edited by Frances H. Kennedy, pp. 199200. Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston, Lipe, William D. A Conservation Model for American Archaeology. In Cultural Heritage (Critical Concepts Media and Cultural Studies), Volume 1: History and Concepts, edited by Laurajane SmithRoutledge, London(Reprinted version of 1974 article) Lipe, William D. Value and Meaning in Cultural Resources. In Cultural Heritage (Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies), Volume 1: History and Concepts, edited by Laurajane Smith Routledge, London(Reprinted version of 1984 article) Lipe, William D. (with Timothy Kohler and R.G. Matson) A Conversation with Bill Lipe (interview format).Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe's Contributions to Southwestern Prehistoryand Public Archaeology, edited by R.G. Matson and Timothy A. Kohler, pp. 127Washington State University Press, Pullman Lipe, William D. 2006 The Mesa Verde Region During Chaco Times. In The Mesa Verde World: Explorations in Ancestral Puebloan Archaeologyedited by David Grant Noble. pp. 2937. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D. 2006 Notes from the North. In The Archaeology of Chaco Canyon, an EleventhCentury Pueblo Regional Center, edited by Stephen H. Lekson, pp. 261313. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D. 2005 A Conservation Model for Archaeology. Archaeology Southwest19(3):2. (abstracted version of 1974 article of similar title)Lipe, William D. 2005 Human History and the Plateau. Pl

5 ateau: The Land and People of the Colora
ateau: The Land and People of the Colorado Plateau 1(1):4754. (Revised version of 1976 article "Man and the Plateau.")Lipe, William D. 2004 The Mesa Verde Region: Chaco's Northern Neighbor. In In Search of Chaco: New Approaches to an Archaeological Enigma, edited by David Grant Noble, pp.107 School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NM. Lipe, William D. 2002 Social Power in the Central Mesa Verde Region, A.D. 11501290. In Seeking the Center 6 6 Place: Archaeology and Ancient Communities in the Mesa Verde Region, edited by Mark Varien and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 203232. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City Lipe, William D. 2002 Public Benefits of Archaeological Research. In Public Benefits ofArchaeology, edited by Barbara Little, pp. 2028. University Press of Florida, GainesvilleLipe, William D. 2001 Threat to Knowledge: Research and the Future of Archeology in the National Parks (interview format). Common GroundSummer/Fall 2001: 24 Lipe, William D. 2001 Managing Archaeological Resources for the Future: A Monumental Task. Archaeology Southwest15(1):19 Lipe, William D. and Scott G. Ortman Spatial Patterning in Northern San Juan Villages, A.D. 1Kiva66(1):91 Lipe, William D. 2000 Archaeological Education and Renewing American Archaeology. In Teaching Archaeology in the Twentyfirst Century, edited by Susan J. Bender and George S. Smith, pp. 17 Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. Lipe, William D. andVincas Steponaitis SAA to Promote Professional Standards Through ROPA Sponsorship. In Ethics in American Archaeology, second revised edition, edited by Mark J. Lynott and Alison Wylie, pp. 107 109. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. (Reprint of Lipe and Steponaitis 1998) Lipe, William D. 2000 In Defense of Digging: Archaeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End. InEthics in American Archaeology, second rev. edition, edited by Mark Lynott and Alison Wylie, pp. 117. Society for American Archaeology, Washington, D.C. (Reprint of Lipe 1996) Lipe, William D. 2000 A View from the LakeThe Dolores Archaeological Program in the McPhee Reservoir Area, SW Colorado. 23(1):21 Lipe, William D. 2000 Conserving the in situArchaeological Record.Conservation: The Getty Conservation Institute Newsletter15(1):17 Lipe, William D. 1999 Introduction. Chapter 1 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 1 Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver L

6 ipe, William D. 1999 History of Researc
ipe, William D. 1999 History of Research. Chapter 3 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, 94. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. 1999 Basketmaker II (1000 B.C.A.D. 500). Chapter 5 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 132165. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. 999 Concluding Comments. Chapter 12 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern 7 7 Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, 435. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. and Bonnie Pitblado Paleoindian and Archaic Periods. Chapter 4 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp131. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. and Mark D. Varien) Pueblo II (A.D. 9001150). Chapter 8 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 289. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. and MarkVarien Pueblo III (A.D. 11501300). Chapter 9 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 352. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D., Mark Varien and Richard Wilshusen(editors Colorado Prehistory: A Context forthe Southern Colorado River Basin. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Naranjo,Tito, Margery Connolly, Mark Varien, and William D. Lipe 1999 Native American Issues and Perspectives. Chapter 11 in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basin, edited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, 404. Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Wilshusen,Richard,Mark Varien, and William D. Lipe 1999 Annotated Bibliography. Appendix A in Colorado Prehistory: A Context for the Southern Colorado River Basinedited by William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Richard Wilshusen, pp. 1 to AColorado Council of Professional Archaeologists, Denver Lipe, William D. 1998 Foreword to Special Issue on Public Archeology and Local Government. 2

7 1(10):3 Lipe, William D. 1998 Response
1(10):3 Lipe, William D. 1998 Response to Thomas F. King, in "Point Counter Point." SAA Bulletin16(4):35 Lipe, William D. and Vincas Steponaitis SAA to Promote Professional Standards Through ROPA Sponsorship. SAA Bulletin 16(2):1,16 Lipe, William D. and Keith Kintigh ROPA Proposal MovesToward Membership Vote in the Fall. SAA Bulletin15(3):6 Lipe, William D. 1996 In Defense of Digging: Archeological Preservation as a Means, Not an End. 19(7): Lipe, William D.1996 Summary of Comments on the Draft Preliminary Report on Renewing Our National Archaeological Program. SAA Bulletin14(4):17 Lipe, William D. and Chuck Redman) Conference on "Renewing Our National Archaeological Program." SAA Bulletin14(4): Varien, Mark, William D. Lipe, Michael Adler, Ian Thompson, and Bruce Bradley Southwest Colorado and Southeast Utah Settlement Patterns, A.D. 11001300. In The Prehistoric ueblo World: A.D. 1150, edited by Michael A. Adler, pp. 86 8 8 University of Arizona Press, TucsonLipe, William D. 1995 The Archeology of Ecology: Taking the Long View. Federal Archeolo, Spring 1995: Lipe, William D. 1995 Preserving and Strengthening Our National Archaeological Program. SAA Bulletin 13(4):16 Lipe, William D. 1995 Maintaining a Federal Role in Archaeological Preservation: It's Up to Us. Archaeology and Public Education5(4):2 McGimsey, Charles R., William D. Lipe,and Donna Seifert SAA, SHA,SOPA, AIA Discuss Register of Professional Archaeologists. SAA Bulletin 13(3):6 Lipe, William D. 1995 The Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: Conditions in the Turbulent 1200s. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology14:143 Snow, Dean, Donald Craib, Bruce Smith, and William D. Lipe Potential Threat to Archaeology and Historic Preservation. SAA Bulletin13(2):3 Lipe, William 1994 Comments. In Anasazi Origins: Recent Research on the Basketmaker II, edited by R.G. Matson and Karen Dohm. Special issue of Kiva60(2):337 Lipe, William D. 1994 Strategies for Resource Protection: Results from "Save the Past for the Future." SAA Bulletin12(5):4 Lipe, William D. 1994 Comments on Population Aggregation and Community Organization. In The Ancient Southwestern Community: Models and Methods for the Study of Prehistoric Social Organization, edited by W.H. Wills and Robert D. Leonard, pp. 141143. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque Lipe, William D. 1993 The Basketmaker II Period in the Four Corners Area. In Anasazi Basketmaker: Papers from the 1990 WetherillGrand Gulch Symposium, edited by Victoria M.

8 Atkins, pp. 1 Cultural Resource Series,
Atkins, pp. 1 Cultural Resource Series, No. 24, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City Lipe, William D. (editor) The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress ReportOccasional Paper No. 2, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Lipe, William D. 1992 Introduction. In The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report, edited by William D. Lipe, pp. 110. Occasional Paper No. 2, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Lipe, William D. 1992 Summary and Concluding Comments. In The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report,edited by William D. Lipe, pp. 121133. Occasional Paper No. 2, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO 9 9 Huber, Edgar and William D. Lipe Excavations at the Green Lizard Site. In The SanCanyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report, edited by William D. Lipe, pp. 6977. Occasional Paper No. 2, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Van West, Carla and William D. Lipe Modeling Prehistoric Agriculture and Climate in Southwestern Colorado. In The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Reportedited by William D. Lipe, pp. 105 Occasional Paper No. 2, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Lipe, William D. 1991 Some Attractions to the South. In The Anasazi: Why Did They Leave? Where Did They Go? An Informal Discussion, moderated by W. James Judge, pp. 3641. Southwest Natural and Cultural Heritage Association, Albuquerque Lipe, William D. 1991 Chronology, Greater Four Corners Area. In The Anasazi: Why Did They Leave?Where Did They Go? An Informal Discussion, moderated by W. James Judge, pp. 68 Southwest Natural and Cultural Heritage Association, Albuquerque Lipe, William D. 0 Wilderness Values and Archaeological Resource Management. In Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource, edited by David Lime, pp. 305310. Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota, St. Paul Lipe, William D. and Michelle Hegmon(editors The Architecture of Social Integration in PrehistoricPueblos. Occasional Paper No. 1, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Hegmon, Michelle and William D. Lipe Introduction. In The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos, edited by William D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon, pp 13. Occasional Paper No. 1, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Lipe, William D. and Michelle Hegmon Historical and Analytical Perspectives on Architecture nd Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos. In The Architecture of Social Integration inPre

9 historic Pueblos, edited by William D.
historic Pueblos, edited by William D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon, pp. 15Occasional Paper No. 1, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO Lipe, William D. 1989 Social Scale of Mesa Verde Anasazi Kivas. In The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos, edited by William D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon, pp. 53 Occasional Paper No. 1, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO tson, R.G., William D. Lipe and WilliamR. Haase Adaptational Continuities and Occupational Discontinuities: The Cedar Mesa Anasazi. Journal of Field Archaeology15(3):245 Lipe, William D., J. N. Morris and T. A. Kohler(compilers Anasazi Communities at Dolores:Grass Mesa Village (Site 5MT23)(2 volumes. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Lipe, William D. and Timothy A. Kohler 1988 Introduction. In Anasazi Communities at Dolores: GrassMesa Village (Site 5MT23) 10 10 compiled by W. D. Lipe, J. N.Morris, and T. A. Kohler, pp. 29. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, DenverLipe, William D.,T. A. Kohler, M. Varien, J. N. Morris, and R. R. Lightfoot) Synthesis. In Anasazi Communities at Dolores: Grass Mesa Village (Site 5MT23) compiled by W. D. Lipe, J. N. Morris, and T. A. Kohler, pp. 12131276. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Lipe, William D. 1986 Modeling Dolores Area Cultural Dynamics. In Dolores Archaeological Program: Final Synthetic Report, compiled by D. A. Breternitz, C. K. Robinson, and G. T. Gross, pp. 467. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Lipe, William D. and A.E. Kan Evaluations of Models with Dolores Area Data. In DoloresArchaeological Program: Final Synthetic Report, compiled by D. A. Breternitz, C. K. Robinson, and G.Gross, pp. 703 707. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Kane, A.E, W.D. Lipe, T. A. Kohler, and C. A. Robinson(compilers). Dolores Archaeological Program: Research Designs and Initial Survey Results. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Knudson, R. S. E. James, A. E. Kane, W.D. Lipe and T. A. Kohler 1986 The Dolores Project Cultural Resources Mitigation Design. In Dolores Archaeological Program:Research Designs and Initial Survey Results, compiled by T. A. Kohler, W. D. Lipe, and A. E. Kane, pp. 1339. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Kohler, T.A., W.D. Lipe,and A. E. Kane(compilers) Dolores Archaeological Program: Anasazi Communities at Dolor

10 es: Early Small Settlements in the Dol
es: Early Small Settlements in the Dolores River Canyon and Western Sagehen Flats Area. US Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Lipe, William D. 1985 Conservation for What? American Society for Conservation Archaeology Proceedings 1984:1 Lipe, William D. 984 Cliff Dwelling in Southeastern Utah. In Insights into the Ancient Ones, Second edition, edited by Joanne H. and Edward F. Berger, pp. 6772. Interdisciplinary Supplemental Education Programs, Cortez, Colorado. (Reprint of article published under the same title Lipe, William D. 1984 Value and Meaning in Cultural Resources. In Approaches to the Archaeological Heritage edited by Henry Cleere, pp. 111. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England Lipe, William D. and T. A. Kohler Method and Technique: Prehistory. In DoloresArchaeological Program: Synthetic Report , prepared under thesupervision of David A. Breternitz, pp. 920. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering andResearch Center, Denver Kohler, T.A., W.D. Lipe, M. E. Floyd, and R. A. Bye 1984 Modeling Wood Resource Depletion in the Grass Mesa Locality. In Dolores Archaeological Program: SyntheticReport 1978, prepared under the supervision of David A. Breternitz, pp. 99U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver 11 11 Breternitz, Cory D. and William D. Lipe Temporal and Functional Variability Among Dolores Activity Areas. In Dolores Archaeological Program: Synthetic Report 19781981prepared under the supervision of David A. Breternitz, pp. 154160. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Lipe, William D. 1984 An Approach to Modeling Dolores Area Cultural Change, A.D. 650950. In Dolores ArchaeologicalProgram: Synthetic Report 1978, prepared under the supervision of David A. Breternitz, pp. 249260. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, DenverLipe, William D. 1983 The Southwest. In Ancient North Americansdited by J. D. Jennings, pp. 421 Freeman, San Francisco Kane, A.E., W.D. Lipe, R. Knudson, T.A. Kohler, S. James, P. Hogan, and L.Sebastian The Dolores Archaeological Program General Research Design. In Dolores Archaeological Program: Field Investigations and Analysis, prepared under the supervision of David A. Breternitz, pp. 3959. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Denver Knudson, Ruthann, D. Stapp, S. Hackenberger, W.D. Lipe and M. Rossillon Cultural Resource Reconnaissance in the Middle Fork Salmon River Basin,Idaho,

11 1978 University of Idaho Anthropologica
1978 University of Idaho Anthropological Research Manuscript Series 67 and USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Region, Cultural Resource Report 7. Moscow and Boise, ID Lipe, William D. 1981 Cliff Dwelling in Southeastern Utah. In Insights into the Ancient Ones, edited by Joanne H. and Edward F. Berger, pp. 6772. Crow Canyon School (Interdisciplinary Supplemental Education Programs), Cortez, Colorado. Lipe, William D. and CoryD. Breternitz Approaches to Analyzing Variability Among Dolores Area Structures, AD 600Contract Abstracts and CRM Archeology1(2):21 Lipe, William D. Grand Gulch: Three days on the Road fromBluff. In With Spade and Pen, edited by Marc and Marnie Gaede, pp. 5259. University of Arizona Press, Tucson Lipe, William D. and Richard Thompson A Cultural Resource Assessment of the Grand Wash Planning Unit of the Arizona Strip District of the Bureau of Land Management. WesternAnasazi Reports2(1):39 Lipe, William D. and Richard Thompson Some Considerations for Assessment of Potential Additions to Grand Canyon National Park. Western Anasazi Reports1(4):279 Lipe, William D. 1978 Grants, Contracts, and Bureaucrats: Some Emerging Problems in Conservation Archaeology. In Papers in Honor of Irving B. Rouse, edited by Robert Dunnell and Edwin Hall, pp. 121147. Mouton, New York Matson, R.G. and William D. LipeBoom and Bust on the Northern Periphery: Settlement Patterns on Cedar Mesa. In 12 12 Proceedings of the 1976 SARG Conference, edited by R. Euler and G. Gumerman, pp. 1 12. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 50. Flagstaff Lipe, William D. 1978 The Southwest. In AncientNative Americans, edited by Jesse D. Jennings, pp. 327 Freeman, San Francisco Lipe, William D. 1978 A Conservation Model for American Archaeology. In Conservation Archaeology: A Guide to Cultural Resource Management,edited by Michael Schifferand George Gumerman, pp. 42. Academic Press, New York. (Reprinted version of 1974 Kiva article) Lipe, William D. 1978 Basketmaker II Sites of the Grand Gulch Region. National Geographic Society Research 398. National GeographicSociety, Washington, DC Lipe, William D., Mark Grady and Bruce McMillan "Cultural Resource Management," in The Management of Archaeological Resources, edited by C. R. McGimsey III and Hester Davis, pp63. Society for American Archaeology Special Publication, Washington, DC Grady, Mark and William D. Lipe The Role of Preservation in Conservation Archaeology. ASCA Proceedings1976:1 Lipe, William D. 1976 Man and the Plateau:

12 An Archaeologist's View. Plateau 49(1
An Archaeologist's View. Plateau 49(1):27 Lipe, William D. 1976 The Engelbert Site. National Geographic Society Research in 1968National Geographic Society, Washington, DC Lipe, William D. and R. G. Matson Archaeology and Alluvium in the Grand GulchCedar Mesa Area, Southeastern Utah. In Canyonlands Country: A Guidebook of the Four Corners Geological Society, 1975, edited by James E. Fassett, pp. 6771. Farmington, Lipe, William D., William J. Breed,mes West, and George Batchelder Lake Pahgarit, Southeastern Utah: A Preliminary Research Report. In Canyonlands Country: A Guidebook of the Four Corners Geological Society, 1975, edited by James E. Fassett, pp. 103110. Farmington, NM Lipe, William D. 1975 Archaeological Resource Conservation and the Wilderness System. In The Wilderness and Cultural Values, edited by D. F. Green, pp. 721. Archaeological Report No. 7. U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Southwestern Region. Albuquerque Matson, R.G. and William D. Lipe Regional Sampling: A Case Study from Cedar Mesa, Southeastern Utah. In Sampling in Archaeology,edited by James Mueller, pp. 124143. University of Arizona Press, Tucson Lipe, William D. 1974 A Conservation Model for American Archaeology. The Kiva 39(34):213 Lipe, William D. and Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr. (editors) Proceedings of the 1974 Cultural Resource Management Conference, Federal Center, Denver, CO. Museum of Northern Arizona Technical Series No.14. Flagstaff Lindsay,Alexander J., Jr. andWilliam D. Lipe Introduction. In Proceedings of the 1974Cultural Resource Management Conference, Federal Center, Denver, Colorado, edited by W. D. Lipe and A. J. Lindsay, Jr., pp. viixiii. 13 13 Museum of Northern Arizona Technical Series No. 14. FlagstaffPittman, Robert and William D. Lipe A Prehistoric Dugout Canoe from North Carolina.Florida Anthropologist25(1):42 Coates, Donald R., Stuart O. Landry, and William D. Lipe Mastodon Bone Age andGeomorphic Relations in the Susquehanna Valley. Geological Society of America Bulletin82:2005 Lipe, William D. and R. G. Matson Human Settlement and Resources in the Cedar Mesa Area, S.E. Utah. In The Distribution of Prehistoric Population Aggregates, edited by George J. Gumerman, pp. 125151. Prescott College Anthropological Reports No. 1. Prescott, AZ Elliott, Dolores and William D. Lipe The Englebert Site(32 pages). SUNYBinghamton andthe Tioga County Historical Society, Binghamton, NY Lipe, William D. 1970 Anasazi Communities in the Red Rock Plateau. In Reconstructing Prehis

13 toric Pueblo Societies, edited by Willi
toric Pueblo Societies, edited by William Longacre, pp. 84139. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque Lipe, William D. and Frank Huntington Centrographic Indices: Some Methods for Analyzing Complex Areal Distributions in Archaeology. The Kiva 35(1):29 Lipe, William D. and Dolores Elliott) Untitled note on the Engelbert Site excavations. NewYork Glaciogr3(2):1618. State University of New York at Binghamton Lipe, William D. 1967 Untitled note on Engelbert Site excavations. New York Glaciogram2(2):1415. State University of New York at BinghamtonLipe, William D. Anasazi Culture and Its Relationship to the Environment in the Red Rock Plateau Region, S.E. Utah. Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI Lipe, William D. 1964 Comment on Dempsey and Baumhoff's, "The Statistical Useof Artifact Distributions to Establish Chronological Sequence." American Antiquity30(1):103 Lipe, William D., Floyd Sharrock, David Dibble, and KeithAnderson) 1959 Excavations, GlenCanyon Area. Universityof Utah Anthropological Papers No Salt Lake City Lipe, William D. 1958 Excavations, Glen Canyon Area. University of Utah Anthropological Papers No. 44. Salt Lake City Gunnerson, James H., William D. Lipe, Robert H. Lister, and Dee Ann Suhm. Findings. In The GlenCanyon Archaeological Survey, Part I, by Don D. Fowler, James H. Gunnerson, Jesse D. Jennings, Robert H. Lister, Dee Ann Suhm, and Ted Weller, pp. 14University of Utah Anthropological Papers, No. 39. Salt Lake City Lipe, William D. 1958 Archeological Excavations in Glen Canyon: A Preliminary Report of 1958 Work. Utah Archeology4(4):4 14 14 Book Reviews:American AntiquityAmerican Journal of ArchaeologyManAntiquityNew Mexico Historical Quarterly Unpublished Reports and National Register NominationsWalker, Berkley J, William D. Lipe, and Timothy A. Kohler2014 Oxygen and Carbon Isotope Ratios as Indicators of Water Supply to Archaeological Maize Cobs From the American Southwest. Manuscript on file at the Museum of Anthropology, Washington State University, PullmanLipe, William D.2013 Final Report for the 2012 National Trust Preservation Fund Grant "Historic Pueblo Cultural Landscape, CedarMesa, Utah. Submitted to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC and Denver, COLipe, William D., R.G. Matson, and Jesse MorinReport on Survey Conducted in 2009 in San Juan County, Utah under BLM Permit 085025. Submitted to the Monticello Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, Monticello, UTLi

14 pe, William D. 2008 Appendix B The Cera
pe, William D. 2008 Appendix B The Ceramic Classification. Pottery Analysis Variables, Cedar Mesa Project. For attachment to "Human Adaptations on Cedar Mesa, Southeast Utah", by R.G., Matson,William D. Lipe, and William Haase, 1990. Unpublished report at Laboratory of Archaeology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BCLipe, William D.Bibliography of Reports and Publications Related to the Cedar Mesa Project. Washington State University Library: Research Exchange. http://hdl.handle.net/2376/737 Lipe, William D. and R.G. MatsonThe Cedar Mesa Project: 1967. Washington State Univ. Library: Research Exchange. http://hdl.handle.net/2376/738 Lipe, William D. and Kristin A. Kuckelman History of Excavations. In The Archaeology of Sand Canyon Pueblo: Intensive Excavations at a Late ThirteenthCentury Village in Southwestern Colorado, edited by Kristin A. Kuckelman. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO http://www.crowcanyon.org/ResearchReports/SandCanyon/Text/scpw_historyinvestigations .asp Lipe, William D.2006 Archaeological Ethics and Law. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO http://www.crowcanyon.org/education/ethics_law.asp Collins, Mary,William D. Lipeand Melissa ElkinsReport of Archaeological CollectionsManagement Actions Performed on the Cedar Mesa Collections 20052006: CMP Collections Rehabilitation Report4. Submitted to the UtahState Bureau of LandManagement by the Museum of Anthropology, Washington State University, PullmanCollins, Mary, William D. Lipe, lissa Nauman, and Ashley TallynReport ofArchaeological Collections Management Actions Performed on the Cedar Mesa Collections 20042005: CMP Collections Rehabilitation Report 3. Submitted to the Utah 15 15 State Bureau of Land Management by the Museum of Anthropology at Washington State University, Pullman Lipe, William D. and Mark D. VarienSand Canyon Archaeological District. NationalRegister of Historic Places Registration Form. Submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado State Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National Register, MarcCollins, Mary, Cheryl Harper, William D. Lipe and Natalie KornmeyerReport ofArchaeological Collections Management Actions Performed on the Cedar Mesa Collections 20032004: CMP Collections Rehabilitation Report 2. Submitted to the Utah State Bureau of Land Management by the Museum of Anthropology at Washington State University, PullmanCollins, Mary, William D. Lipe, Hugh Robinson, and Lisa

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CentolaReport ofArchaeological Collections Management Actions Performed on the Cedar Mesa Collections 20022003: CMP Collections Rehabilitation Report 1. Submitted to the Utah State Bureau of Land Management by the Museum of Anthropology at Washington State University, Pullman.Collins, Mary, William D. Lipe, and Amy Lawrence Report of Archaeological CollectionManagement Actions Performed on the Cedar Mesa Collections, 2000. Submitted by the Museum of Anthropology, Washington State University, to the Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake CityLipe,William D. 1999a 5MT 4700. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, submitted by CrowCanyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterLipe, William D. 1999b Albert Porter Pueblo (5MT123). National Register of Historic Places Registration Form,submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterLipe, William D. 1999c Bass Site Complex (5MT136). National Register of Historic Places Registration Form,submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterLipe, William D. 1999d Seven Towers Pueblo (5MT1000). National Register of Historic Places Registration Form,submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterLipe, William D. 1999e Woods Canyon Pueblo (5MT11842). National Register of Historic Places RegistrationForm, submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterHemphill, Martha, William D. Lipe and Mary CollinsAssessment of CollectionInventory and Rehabilitation Needs for the Cedar Mesa ProjectSubmitted by the Museum of Anthropology, Washington State University to the Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake CityLipe, William D. 16 16 1997 Report of the Second Conference on "Renewing our National Archaeological Program, February 911, 1997. Submitted to theSAA Board of Directors. Lipe, William D. Cannonball Ruins (5MT338). National Register of Historic Places Registration Form,submitted by Crow Canyon Archaeological C

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enter, Cortez, Colorado. State Historic Preservation Office, Colorado Historical Society, Denver. Listed on the National RegisterMatson, R.G., William D. Lipeand William R. HaaseHuman Adaptation on CedarMesa, SE Utah. Laboratory of Archaeology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.Lipe, William D., R.G. Matson and Margaret A. PowersFinal Report for Archaeological SamplingSurvey of Proposed Additions to the Existing Grand Gulch Primitive AreaSubmitted by the Museum of Northern Arizona to the San Juan Resource Area Office, Bureau of Land Management, Monticello, UTAvailable at http://research.wsulibs.wsu.edu/xmlui/handle/2376/2177Thompson, Richard and William D. LipeA Cultural Resource Assessment of the GrandWash Planning Unit of the Arizona Strip District of the Bureau of Land Management. Submitted by the Museum of Northern Arizona to the Arizona Strip District Officeof the Bureau of Land Management, St. George,Lipe, William D. and Richard Thompson Some Considerations for Assessment of PotentialAdditions to Grand Canyon National Park.Submitted by the Museum of Northern Arizona to Grand Canyon National Park, National Park Service, Grand Canyon, AZLipe, William 1974 Archaeology/History/Paleontology. In A Scientific and Policy Review of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Federal Coal Leasing Program of the Bureau of Land Management, edited by Katherine Fletcher, pp. 214228. Environmental Impact Assessment Project, Institute of Ecology, Washington, DC. Lipe, William D. 1973 The Land and Its Resources in PreColonial Arizona. In Progress in Arizona: The State's Crucial Issues: Project Progress IIThe Land and Its Resources, editedby William R. Noyes. Report funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. University of Arizona, Tucson Lipe, William D.1959 Archeological Survey of the Stanaker Reservoir Area, Uintah County, Utah. Unpublishedeport, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah. Salt Lake Cityrofessional Papers and Public PresentationsLipe, William D., Laura Ellyson, R.G. Matson, and Robin Lyle2016 Too Many Turkeys? Paper presented at the Society of Ethnobiology Conference, Tucson, Lipe, Bill2016 Too Many Turkeys? Did Raising Extra Corn for Turkeys Put Too Much Stress on Pueblo Farming in the AD 1200s? Talk given for the Verde Valley Archaeology Center, Camp Verde, AZ (Expanded and informal version of the Soc of Ethnobiology paperlisted above)Lipe, Bill 17 17 2015 Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the Thirteenth Cent

17 ury. Annual FredWendorf Lecture, Souther
ury. Annual FredWendorf Lecture, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TXLipe, Bill2015 A 2500year Neolithic Revolution in the American Southwest. Graduate Colloquium,Department of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TXLipe, Bill2015 Comments on the papers, for the symposium “Communities Through Time in the Northern San Juan Region.” Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CALipe, Bill and RG Matson2015 Woodrats Rule! Climbing and Coring in Southeast Utah Cliff Dwellings. Symposium honoring Thomas Windes, Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CALipe, Bill2014 Glen Canyon Salvage to Dolores CRM: Big Projects and Big Changes in CRM, 1957Symposium on “40 Years of CRM (1974 to 2014): Accomplishments, Challenges, and Opportunities”Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TXLipe, Bill2014 Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the 13Century. Public lecture, Spokane Chapter, Archaeological Institute of AmericaBattillo, Jenna M., Karen D. Lupo, Jaime MataMiguea, Deborah A. Bolnick, William D. Lipe, and R.G. Matson2014 No Bones About It: aDNA Sequencing of Dietary Remains from Human Paleofeces. International Conference on Archaeozoology (ICAZ), San Rafael, Argentina.Lipe, William D.2013 Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Turns Thirty: An Anecdotal History. Four CornersLecture Series, Cortez, CO and Annual meeting, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO2013 Discussion comments on the symposium "Preservation Archaeology and the Bellwether NonProfits of the Southwest. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Honolulu HILipe, William D.13 Before Lake Powell: Memories of Glen CanyonArchaeology. Invited Presentations, Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum, Blanding, UT (2010); Canyonlands Natural History Association, Moab, UT (2010); Southwest Seminars, Santa Fe, NM (2010); Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, CO (2010); Glen Canyon Natural History Association, Page, AZ (2011); Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, Tucson (2012); Verde Valley Archaeology Center, Sedona, AZ (2012); keynote address, Colorado Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, Boulder, CO (2012); Spokane Chapter, Archaeological Institute of Americaipe, Bill and RG Matson2012 Our Changing Understanding of the Basketmaker II Culture. Celebrate Cedar Mesa Symposium, sponsored by the Friends of Cedar Mesa, Blanding, UTLipe, Bill, RG Matson, Jesse Clark, Suzy Mat

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son, Guy Cross, and Natalie Fast 2012 Investigating "Places of Attraction" on Cedar Mesa, SE Utah: A Preliminary Report. Poster presented at the Pecos Conference, Pecos National HistoricPark, Pecos, 18 18 Lipe, William D. 2012 Ruins, Rock Art, and Research on Cedar Mesa, a Worldlass Archaeological Area in San Juan County, Utah. Keynote Address, Annual Meeting of the Utah Statewide Archaeological Society, Blanding, UTLipe, William D.2012 Leaving Mesa Verde: The Great Pueblo Migrations of the 13th Century. Invited Presentation, "Tea and Archaeology" program, Archaeology Southwest, Tucson, AZ Fast, Natalie and William D. Lipe2012 Social Scale of a Southeast Utah Great House. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, TNLipe, William D., R.G. Matson, and Natalie Fast2012 From Survey Quadrats to Cultural Landscapes: Fortyone Years of the Cedar Mesa Project. Presented in the symposium "Processual Archaeology Beyond Binford: Current and Future Directions. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, TNHolstad, Emily, Paul Scott, William D. Lipe, and John Jones2011 Basketmaker Stone Boiling and the Enhancement of Maize Protein Availability at Cedar Mesa, Utah: An Experimental Study. Paper presented in the Symposium "The Cedar Mesa Project Turns Forty: New Results from a Longlived Study in SW Utah. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, CAMatson, R.G. and William D. Lipe2011 Two Chacostyle Great Houses on Cedar MesaWith Kayenta Pottery? Paper presented in the Symposium "The Cedar Mesa Project Turns Forty: New Results from a Longlived Study in SE Utah. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, Lipe, William D. and Donna Glowacki2011 A Late Pueblo II Period "Surge" of Kayenta Ceramics into Southern Utah. Paper presented in the Symposium "The Cedar Mesa Project Turns Forty: New Results from a Longlived Study in SEUtah. AnnualMeeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, Lipe, William D.2011 Discussion paper presented in the Symposium "Archaeology for All Times: Papers on the American West in Honor of Don D. Fowler." Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Sacramento, CA Lipe, William D.Cedar Mesa Archaeology. Public lecture, Southwest Seminars, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D.2010 The Cedar MesaProject. Public lecture,Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum, Blanding, pe, William D.2010 Celebrate Cedar Mesa Archaeology. Public lecture, "Celebrate Cedar Mesa" ga

19 thering, Bluff, UTLipe, William D.2010
thering, Bluff, UTLipe, William D.2010 Time of Peril, Time of Change: AD 12501350 in the American Southwest. Public lecture, Edge of the Cedars StatePark Museu, Blanding, UT 19 19 Lipe, William D., Charles Reed, Patrick Dolan, and Stefani CrabtreeSandpiles and Settlement Shifts in the American Southwest. Poster presented at the Academic Showcase, Washington State University, PullmanLipe, William D., Donna Glowacki and Tom WindesDynamics of 13th Century Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: The View from Cedar Mesa. Paper presented in the symposium "Turds, Turkeys, and Ticks on Cedar Mesa: New Insights from Old Collections.Seventyfifth Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOKemp, Brian, Cara Monroe, Phil Geib, R.G. Matson, and William D. Lipe2010 Genetic Analysis of Coprolites from Southeastern Utah. Paper presented in the symposium urds, Turkeys, and Ticks on Cedar Mesa: New Insights from Old Collections. Seventyfifth Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOSpeller, Camilla, Cara Monroe, Dongya Yang, William D. Lipe, and Scott Wyatt) 2010 Origins of Southwestern Domestic Turkeys. Paper presented in the symposium "Turds, Turkeys, and Ticks on Cedar Mesa: New Insights from Old Collections'. Seventyfifth Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOSchwendler, Rebecca and William D. Lipe (coorganizers and contributors)Forum on Facing Up To Avoidance: A Hard Look at FlagandAvoid ArchaeologySeventyfifth Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOLipe, William D.09 Time of Trouble, Time of Change: AD 12501350 in the American Southwest. Invited public lecture, Annual Meeting of the Australian Archaeological Association, AdelaideLipe, William D. and Charles ReedSandpiles and Settlement Shifts in the American Southwest. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Australian Archaeological Association, Flinders University, AdelaideLipe, William D.2009 Time of Trouble, Time of Change: AD 12501350 in the Northern Southwest. Invited departmental seminarsat Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, andthe University of British Columbia, Vancouver.Lipe, William D.2009 Where Did the Mesa Verde People Go: The Problem of Detecting Migrations. Invited seminar, Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, PolandLipe, William D. and R.G. MatsonNew Insights from Old Collections: Cedar Mesa, Utah Revisited. Paper presented in the Symposium on Basketmaker II Research

20 , Pecos Conference, Dolores, COKemp, Br
, Pecos Conference, Dolores, COKemp, Brian, Cara Monroe, William D. Lipe, and R.G. MatsonGenetic Analysis of Basketmaker II Coprolites from the Turkey Pen Ruins Site in Southeastern Utah. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, GANott, BreAnne, John Jones,William D. Lipe, and Brian KempPalynological Analysis of Ancient Domestic Turkey Droppings from the American Southwest. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, GACollins, Mary, Diane Curewitz, and William D. LipeCurating Research Careers: The Cedar Mesa Project, Utah. Paper presented at the ymposium “Dollars and Sense in Recovering and Managing Archaeological Collections.Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta, GA 20 20 Wyatt, Scott, Brian Kemp, Cara Monroe, and William D. Lipe2009 Domestic Turkeys in the American Southwest: Imported Birds or an Independent Domestication?Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American rchaeology, Atlanta, GALipe, William D.2008 R.G.ology, North and South. Paper presented in the symposium “Agriculture toAthapaskans, Sampling to Salmon:Papers in Honour of R.G. Matson.” Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, BCLipe, William D.2008 Lost in Transit: The Central Mesa Verde Archaeological Complex. Seminar on“New Light on the Thirteenth Century Depopulation of the Northern Southwest.” Amerind Foundation, Dragoon, AZStone, Tammy and William D. LipStanding Out Versus Blending In: Pueblo Migrations and Ethnic Marking. Paper presented at the Southwest Symposium, Arizona State University, TempeLipe, William D.2007 Where Did the Mesa Verde People Go? Public lecture, Denver Museum of Nature andScience, Denver, COLipe, William D.2007 Cultural Resource Management in Social Context. Discussion paper for the Advanced eminar "Archaeology and Public Policy: A New Vision for the Future." School of Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D.2007 Can Archaeology Track Migrations? Invited paper for "Ben Rouse's Legacy", Symposium Honoring Irving Rouse's Contributions to World Prehistory. Yale University, New Haven, Lipe, William D.2007 Mesa Verde Migrations and Culture Change. Symposium "New Light on the Thirteenth Century Depopulation of the Northern Southwest.Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TXLipe, William D.2006 Confessions of an Archaeological Tour Bus Driver. Keynote address, Heritage Tourism Workshop, Santa Fe. NM. Sponsor

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ed by Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, and State Tourism Departments, Colorado and New Mexico.Lipe, William D.2006 Can Archaeology Identify Migrations? T.W. Adams Distinguished Alumni Lecture, SamNoble Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma, NormanLipe, William D.2006 Mesa Verde Migrations: What Got Left Behind. Keynote address, Annual Meeting of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, COLipe, William D.2006 Comments on the Papers in Session I: Archeological Foundations. Symposium on "A Century of Archeological Research at Mesa Verde National Park." Towaoc, COLipe, William D.2006 Discussion of the Archaeological ResourceProtection Act Papers. Symposium on 21 21 Centennial Reflections and Challenges: The Antiquities Act of 1906 and its Legacy." Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Juan, Puerto RicoLipe, William D.003 Comments on the papersin the Symposium"Building Models for Settlement Systems in the LatePrehispanic Mesa Verde Region: An Interdisciplinary Approach." Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, WI Lipe, William D.2002 Chaco: Notes from the North. Discussion paper at the Chaco Capstone Conference,University of New Mexico, AlbuquerqueLipe, William D.2002 Concluding Comments. Symposium on William D. Lipe: Researcher in SouthwesternArchaeology, Leader in Public Archaeology.Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, COLipe, William D.2000 An Outside Perspective on the National Park Service’s Archaeology Program. National Affiliation Meeting, Park Service Archaeologists, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D. and Scott OrtmanBig Sites and the BigPicture: Regional Patterns of Village Organization. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Chicago, IllinoisLipe, William D.A View From the Lake: Legacies of the Dolores Archaeological Program, Southwestern Colorado. Paper Presented at theSymposium on "Dam Good Archaeology", Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Seattle, WALipe, William D. 1997 WhyDid We Do It ThatWay? The U. of Utah Glen Canyon Projectin Retrospect. Paper presented at the Symposium he Glen Canyon Project and After: Archaeology in he Place No One new,'Annual Meeting of the SAA, Nashville, TN Lipe, William D.1997 New Directions in SAA's Government Affairs Program: Lessons from the 104th Congress.Forum on Washington Politics and Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society forAmerican Archaeology, Nas

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hville, TNLipe, William D.1997 Opening Statement. Session on Changes in Attitudes, Changes in Latitudes: Relationships Between Archaeologists and Native Americans".Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Nashville, TNLipe, William D.1996 Why Do Politics Matter? Forum on Washington Politics and Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New OrleansLipe, William D.1996 Archaeological Site Protection in the U.S.: Finding Ways to Win a Losing Battle. Invited presentation to theDirector'sSeminar, The Getty Conservation Institute, Marina del Rey, Lipe, William D.1995 Commentary. Forum on Restructuring American Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, MNLipe, William D. 22 22 4 Material Expression of Social Power in the Northern San Juan, A.D. 1150Symposium on Social Power in the Prehistoric Southwest and the Southern Andes. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim, CAKelley, Jeffrey, William D. Lipe, Mark Varien, and Connie Huegle1994 Thirteenth Century Canyon Rim Architectural Complexes in the Mesa Verde Region. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim, CALipe, William D.1994 The Depopulation of the Northern San Juan: Conditions in the Turbulent 1200s. Paper presented at the session on regional abandonment, Southwest Symposium, Tempe, AZ Lipe, William D.1993 Discussion paper presented atthe Symposium on the Current Status of Research in the American Southwest. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. LouisLipe, William D.1993 Theoretical Retrospectives on the Dolores Archaeological Project. Symposium on Archaeological Theory: An Examination of Current Perspectives and Applications. Annual Meeting of the New Mexico Archaeological Council, Albuquerque.Schlanger, Sarah, William D. Lipe, and William Robinson93 An Atlas of Occupation and Abandonment Across the Northern Southwest. Poster presentation, Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOLipe, William D.1992 Discussion paper for the Symposium on Anasazi Origins. Annual Meeting of the Society forAmerican Archaeology, Pittsburgh, PALipe, William D.0 Cultural Resources of the Four Corners Area. Presentation at the Four Corners Governors' Conference, Anasazi Heritage Center, Dolores, COLipe, William D.1990 The Basketmaker Culture. Keynote Address, Anasazi Basketmaker Symposium, Blanding, Lipe, William D. and Stephen LeksonSouthwes

23 tern Pueblo Cultures in Transition: Repo
tern Pueblo Cultures in Transition: Report of a Conference. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Las Vegas, NVLipe, William D.1990 Discussion paper for the Session on Settlement Aggregation. The Southwest Symposium, University of New Mexico, AlbuquerqueVarien, Mark D., William D. Lipe, Bruce Bradley, Michael Adler, and IanThompson. 1990 Southwest Colorado and Southeast Utah: Mesa Verde Region Settlement, A.D. 1100 to 1300. Paper presented at the Conference on Pueblo Cultures in Transition. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, COLipe, William D., Bruce Bradley, Mark Varien, and Michael Adler1989 Thirteenth Century Anasazi Community Organization in SW Colorado: The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, AtlantaLipe, William D.1989 Wilderness Values and Archaeological Resource Values. Symposium on Cultural Resource Managementin Wilderness. National Wilderness Conference, Minneapolis, MN 23 23 Lipe, William D.1988 Comments on Session on Regional Organization. Southwest Symposium, Tempe, AZLipe, William D.1988 Social Scale of Anasazi Integrative Facilities. Symposium on Architecture and Integrative Rituals: Anasazi Analyses. Annual Meeting of the Society forAmerican Archaeology, Phoenix, AZLipe, William D.1986 Public Archaeology in the 1980s. NEH sponsored public lecture series on "The Future of the Past," Fort Lewis College, Durango, CORobinson, Christine, William D. Lipe, and Allen Kane1985 Evaluation of the Dolores Archaeological Program's Modeling Effort. Paper presentred in the Symposium on Explaining Anasazi Cultural Change in the Dolores Valley. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, COLipe, William D. and Allen E. KaneA General Model of Cultural Stability and Change. Paper presented in the Symposium on Explaining Anasazi Cultural Change in the Dolores Valley. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver, COGlennie, Gilbert, and William D. LipeReplicationof an Early Anasazi Pithouse. Paper presented in the Symposium on Energy, Engineering and Resources in Early Anasazi Architecture: Examples from the Dolores Project. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Portland, ORLipe, William D.1984 Conservation for What? Paper presented at the Plenary Session on Conservation Archaeology.Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Portland, ORMatson, R.G., William D. Lipe, and William R. Haase III1983 Ada

24 ptational Continuities and Occupational
ptational Continuities and Occupational Discontinuities: The Anasazi on Cedar Mesa. Paper presented at the 1983 Anasazi Symposium, "Anasazi, Aridity, and Altitude," Salmon Ruins Museum, Farmington, NMLipe, William D. and Alexander J. Lindsay, Jr.Pueblo Adaptations in the Glen Canyon Area. Paper presented at the the 1983 Anasazi Symposium, "Anasazi, Aridity, and Altitude," Salmon Ruins Museum, Farmington, NMLipe, William D.1982 The Dolores Archaeological Program: A Large Mitigation Project That Works. Invited Banquet Address, Annual Meeting of the Montana Archaeological Society, Billings, MTLipe, William D.1982 A General Model of Dolores Area Sociocultural Stability and Change. Presentation at theDolores Project Modeling Seminar, Mesa Verde National Park, COLipe, William D.1981 Mobile Pots or Potters: Kayenta Ceramics in Southeastern Utah. Paper presented in the Symposium on Kayenta Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Diego, CALipe, William D. and Cory D. BreternitzApproaches to Analyzing Variability Among DoloresArea Structures, A.D. 6Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Philadelphia, PASchlanger, Sarah, William D. Lipeand Timothy KohlerModeling Construction Activity in Southwestern Pueblos. Poster presented in the Poster 24 24 Session on Simulation in Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, BCLipe, William D.1978 Southwestern Cliff Dwellings: New Approaches to Old Problems. Archaeology Colloquium, Dept. of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BCLipe, William D.1978 Centralized Storage at Moon House, SE Utah. Paper presented in the Symposium on SouthwesternCliff Dwellings. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Tucson, AZLipe, William D.7 Research vs. Planning Needs in Cultural Resource Management. Paper presented at the Conference on Cultural Resource Management, Georgia State University, AtlantaLipe, William D.1977 Prospects and Problems in Conservation Archaeology. Invited Banquet Address, Northwest Anthropological Conference, Victoria, BCLipe, William D.1976 Archaeological Training in Relation to Cultural Resource Management Programs. Paper presented in the Symposium on Archaeological Education. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MOLipe, William D.1976 The Pueblo Abandonment of the Four Corners Country. Museum of Northern Arizona Public Lecture Series, FlagstafLipe, William DCollec

25 ting in Archaeology. Paper presentedin
ting in Archaeology. Paper presentedin the Session on“Collecting: Ethics and Responsibilities in Art, History, and Science." American Association of Museums, Western Regional Conference, Phoenix, AZLipe, William D.1975 'These are Our Tracks"An Endangered Archaeological Heritage. Public Lecture, Honors Forum. Northern Arizona University, FlagstaffLipe, William D.1975 Climatic and Cultural Change in the Prehistoric American Southwest. Luncheon address, Forest and Agriculture Section, American Association of Meteorologists, Tucson, AZLipe, William D.1975 Archaeological Research Design in a Conservation Framework. Seminar on Cultural Resource Management, Indiana University, Bloomington, INLipe, William D.1975 Archaeology of the Cedar Mesa Region, SE Utah. Public Lecture, Ft. Lewis College, Durango, COLipe, William D.1975 Archaeology of the Canyonlands Region. Presentation to the Four Corners Geological Society, 8th Field Conference. Indian Creek State Park, UTLipe, William D.1975 Archaeological Conservion and the Wilderness System. Paper presented in the Symposium Wilderness and Cultural Values. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Dallas, TXMatson, R.G. and William D. Lipe 25 25 The Cedar Mesa Project. Paper presented in the Symposium on Regional Survey Research in the Southwest. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Dallas, TXLipe, William D.1974 Problems and Prospects of 'Environmental Impact Paleontology.' Paper presented at theAnnual Meeting of the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, Flagstaff, AZLipe, William D.1974 Climatic and Cultural Change in the Prehistoric American Southwest. Paper presented at the Kettering Conference on Changing Climates and World Food Supply, Sterling Forest, NYLipe, William D.1974 Discussion paper on W. A. Longacre's paper, "Conditions and Needs in Archaeology", presented in the Symposium on the Future of Anthropology. Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, CALipe, William D.1974 The Western Mesa Verde Region. Presentation at the Plenary Session on Culture and Environment in the Mesa Verde Area. Pecos Conference, Mesa Verde National Park, COLipe, William D.1973 A Conservation Model forAmerican Archaeology. Anthropology Colloquium, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BCMatson, R.G. and William D. LipeRegional Sampling: A Case Study from Cedar Mesa, Southeastern Utah. Paper presented in the Symposium on Archaeological Sampling. Annual Me

26 eting of the Society for American Archae
eting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CALipe, William D.1972 A Conservation Model for American Archaeology. Paper presented in the Symposium on Salvaging Salvage Archaeology. Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Miami, FLLipe, William D.1971 Anasazi Settlement Patterns and Adaptation in SE Utah. Anthropology Colloquium, Cornell University, Ithaca, NYLipe, William D. and R.G. MatsonHuman Settlement and Resources in the Cedar Mesa Area, SE Utah. Paper presented at the First Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Anthropological Research Group. Prescott College, Prescott, AZLipe, William D.1971 Comments. Presented at the Symposium on Archaeological Conservation, Annual Meeting of the Society forAmerican Archaeology, Norman, OKLipe, William D.1968 Anasazi Settlement Patterns in SE Utah. Presentation at the Columbia University Seminar on Ecological Systems and Cultural Evolution, New York, NYpe, William D.1968 Anasazi Communities of the Red Rock Plateau, SE Utah. Paper presented at the Advanced Seminar. School of American Research, Santa Fe, NMLipe, William D. and Frank HuntingtonApplication of Centrographic Indices to Archaeological Data. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Chapel Hill, NC 26 26 Research Grants and ContractsPrincipal Investigator, "Historic Pueblo Cultural Landscape, Cedar Mesa, Utah" National Trust for Historic Preservation. $4540.Principal Investigator, "Puebloan Cultural Landscapes of Central Cedar Mesa, UtahNational Trustfor Historic Preservation. $43Senior Research Associate, “Cultural Transformations in Southwestern Prehistory: New Insights from Old Collections” Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council grant to R.G. Matson. $79,000.Principal Associate, CMP Collections Rehabilitation Project. CooperativeAgreement Between the Utah State Office of the Bureau of Land Management and the Museum of Anthropology, Washington State University. ($23Course Designer, "The Matrix Project: Renewing the Archaeological Curriculum." Grant from the Society for American Archaeology (with NSF funding) to Department of Anthropology, Washington State University ($20,000)Senior Research Associate and CoPrincipal Investigator. Prehistoric Cultural Contexts of the Southern Upper Colorado Drainage Basin. Grant from the Colorado Council of Professional Archaeologists ($38,000). Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado.Senior Research Associate. Montezuma Coun

27 ty Archaeological Preservation Project.
ty Archaeological Preservation Project. Colorado Historical Society grant (ca. $50,000). Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, ColoradoPrincipal Investigator for Conference Grant, WennerGren Foundation ($3720). Crow Canyon Archaeological CenterPrincipal Investigator, dissertationsupport grant, Ricky Lightfoot. WennerGren Foundation ($7200). Washington State University Principal Investigator, Goodman Point Project, SW Colorado. National Science Foundation ($73,749). Crow Canyon Archaeological CenterPrincipal Investigator, dissertation improvement grant, Alice Emerson. National Science Foundation ($9,920). Washington State UniversityAdministrative Principal Investigator, Wells Archaeological Research Project. Subcontract with Central Washington University (ca. $385,000). Center for NW Anthropology. Washington State UniversityPrincipal Investigator, dissertation support grant, Don Howes. WennerGren Foundation ($4750). Washington State UniversityPrincipal Investigator, Dolores Archaeological Program. Subcontract with the University of Colorado (ca. $1,018,000). Washington State UniversityPrincipal Investigator, Middle Fork Salmon River Archaeological Survey. Cooperative agreement with U.S. Forest Service and Idaho State Historical Society (ca. $30,000) Washington State University and the University of IdahoFaculty Research Grant, Lake Pagahrit Project ($3,020). Washington State Univ. Principal Investigator, SARG Research Conference. National Science Foundation ($9,500). Museum of Northern Arizona 27 27 Various archaeological research contracts with BLM, NPS, TVA, etc. (ca. $40,000). Museum of Northern ArizonaPrincipal Investigator (with R.G. Matson), CedarMesa Project. National Science Foundation (GS33413X andGS 43570: $169,000). State University of NewYork; Museum of Northern Arizona.Principal Investigator, Grand Gulch Basketmaker Project. National Geographic Society ($10,000). SUNYBinghamtonPrincipal Investigator, Englebert Site Project. National Geographic Society ($4500). SUNYBinghamtonState University of New York Faculty Research Grants ($3300). SUNYBinghamtonState University of New York Faculty Research Fellowships ($4500). SUNYBinghamtonPrincipal Investigator, highway rightway survey contract. New York State Museum ($5000). SUNYBinghamtonMembershipsSociety for American ArchaeologyAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow)Society of the Sigma XiNew Mexico Archaeological CouncilArizona Archaeological and Historical SocietyUtah Professional Archa