Message #108: From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG To: "'Matthias Giessler'" Subject: Free Publications Date: Thu, 18 Apr 96 07:14:00 MST Encoding: 70 TEXT From: /S=M.PFEIFFER/OU1=R08F10A@mhs-fswa.attmail.com Cultural Heritage Research announces the following publications, which are available free from Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station headquarters in Fort Collins. Ordering addresses are: Internet: /email@example.com Mail: Publications Distribution Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station 3825 East Mulberry Rd. Fort Collins, CO 80524 How to order: Include your name and address in three- or four-line format. This will be clipped out and become your mailing label. Publications Available: 1. Finch, Deborah M. and Joseph A. Tainter (eds.). 1995. Ecology, Diversity, and Sustainability of the Middle Rio Grande Basin. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-GTR-268. The following papers from this volume may be of interest to readers in the Heritage Program: Deborah M. Finch and Joseph A. Tainter, "Introduction: Ecosystem Research in a Human Context." Dan Scurlock, "Environmental History." Frank Wozniak, "Human Ecology and Ethnology." Many of the natural science papers in this volume might also be of interest,since they provide excellent summaries of the state of environmental knowledge. 2. Hadley, Diana and Thomas E. Sheridan. 1995. Land Use History of the San Rafael Valley, Arizona (1540-1960). Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-GTR-269. 3. Lent, Stephen C., Joan K. Gaunt, and Adisa J. Wilmer. 1996. Fire Effects on Archaeological Resources, Phase I: The Henry Fire, Holiday Mesa, Jemez Mountains, New Mexico. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-GTR-273. 4. Shaw, Douglas W. and Deborah M. Finch (compilers). 1996. Desired Future Conditions for Southwestern Riparian Ecosystems: Bringing Interests and Concerns Together. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report RM-GTR-272. This volume has the following heritage papers: Richard D. Periman, "The Influence of Anasazi Cobble-Mulch Agricultural Features of Northern New Mexico Landscapes." Carol Raish, "Historic Land Use and Grazing Patterns in Northern New Mexico." Joseph A. Tainter and Bonnie Bagley Tainter, "Riverine Settlement in the Evolution of Prehistoric Land-Use Systems in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico." Frank E. Wozniak, "Human Impacts on Riparian Ecosystems of the Middle Rio Grande Valley During Historic Times." 5. Tainter, Joseph A. 1995. "Sustainability of Complex Societies." Futures 27: 397-407. There is also a recent book available from the publisher. 6. Tainter, Joseph A. and Bonnie Bagley Tainter (eds.). 1996. Evolving Complexity and Environmental Risk in the Prehistoric Southwest. Santa Fe Institute, Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Proceedings Volume XXIV. Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA.