Several of Æ’s senior staff have published books, journal articles, or contributed chapters to edited volumes issued by a major publisher.
Lebow, Clayton G., Douglas R. Harro, and Rebecca L. McKim, 2016, The Archaeology and Rock Art of Swordfish Cave. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
Lebow, Clayton G., Douglas R. Harro, Rebecca L. McKim, Charles M. Hodges, Ann M. Munns, Erin A. Enright, and Leeann G. Haslouer, 2015, The Sudden Flats Site: A Pleistocene/Holocene Transition Shell Midden on Alta California’s Central Coast. California Archaeology 7(2):265-294.
Jones, Terry L., and Clayton G. Lebow, 2015, Rethinking the Antiquity of Bedrock Mortars on the Central California Coast. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 35(1).
Anderson, R. Scott, Ana Ejarque, Johnathan Rice, Susan J. Smith, and Clayton G. Lebow, 2015, Historic and Holocene Environmental Change in the San Antonio Creek Basin, Mid-Coastal California. Quaternary Research 83(2).
Lebow, Clayton G., 2014, Spatiotemporal Distributions of Tegula spp. on Vandenberg Air Force Base: Ramifications for Identifying Diet Breadth Expansion. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 34(2):279–287.
Michael J. Moratto, 2016, California: a Half-Century of National Historic Preservation Act Benefits in the Golden State. In The National Historic Preservation Act Past, Present, and Future, edited by Kimball M. Banks and Ann M. Scott, pp. 126-140. Routledge, New York.
Michael J. Moratto and Francis A. Riddell, 2014, Archaeological “Appraisals” of Twenty Stream Basins in California: Investigations by the Smithsonian Institution’s River Basin Surveys, 1947–1951. In Dam Projects and the Growth of American Archaeology: The River Basin Surveys and the Interagency Archeological Salvage Program, edited by Kimball M. Banks and Jon S. Czaplicki, pp. 53-65. Left Coast Press.
Susan Goldberg, Recipient of the 2016 Thomas F. King Award for Excellence in Cultural Resources Management, Society for California Archaeology.
Michael J. Moratto, Recipient of the 2015 David A. Fredrickson Lifetime Achievement Award, Society for California Archaeology.