Faculty mentor: Brian Codding
This research project addresses the spatial relationships between the places that prehistoric people lived, and the places they gathered. The Ideal Free Distribution spatial model was used to demonstrate that the lithic quarry was a central focus of the local prehistoric economy of the Lower Dolores River Valley. Research modeling indicates a positive relationship between site density and path suitability.
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