Virginia Butler
Virginia Butler
Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Portland State University
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Resource intensification and resource depression in the Pacific Northwest of North America: a zooarchaeological review
VL Butler, SK Campbell
Journal of World Prehistory 18, 327-405, 2004
Identification, classification and zooarchaeology
JC Driver, K Bovy, VL Butler, KD Lupo, RL Lyman, C Otaola
Ethnobiology letters 2, 19-39, 2011
Archaeological evidence for resilience of Pacific Northwest salmon populations and the socioecological system over the last~ 7,500 years
SK Campbell, VL Butler
Ecology and Society 15 (1), 2010
The role of bone density in structuring prehistoric salmon bone assemblages
VL Butler, JC Chatters
Journal of Archaeological Science 21 (3), 413-424, 1994
Archaeological data provide alternative hypotheses on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) distribution, abundance, and variability
I McKechnie, D Lepofsky, ML Moss, VL Butler, TJ Orchard, G Coupland, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (9), E807-E816, 2014
Resource depression on the northwest coast of North America
VL Butler
Antiquity 74 (285), 649-661, 2000
Changing fish use on Mangaia, southern Cook Islands: resource depression and the prey choice model
VL Butler
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 11 (1‐2), 88-100, 2001
Anthropogenic habitat alteration leads to rapid loss of adaptive variation and restoration potential in wild salmon populations
TQ Thompson, MR Bellinger, SM O’Rourke, DJ Prince, AE Stevenson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (1), 177-186, 2019
Natural versus cultural salmonid remains: origin of the Dalles Roadcut bones, Columbia River, Oregon, USA
VL Butler
Journal of Archaeological Science 20 (1), 1-24, 1993
Human ecodynamics: A perspective for the study of long-term change in socioecological systems
B Fitzhugh, VL Butler, KM Bovy, MA Etnier
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23, 1077-1094, 2019
Do digestive processes leave diagnostic traces on fish bones?
VL Butler, RA Schroeder
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (10), 957-971, 1998
Prehistory and human ecology in Eastern Polynesia: excavations at Tangatatau rockshelter, Mangaia, Cook Islands
PV Kirch, DW Steadman, VL Butler, J Hather, MI Weisler
Archaeology in Oceania 30 (2), 47-65, 1995
Fish feeding behaviour and fish capture: the case for variation in Lapita fishing strategies
VL Butler
Archaeology in Oceania 29 (2), 81-90, 1994
9000 years of salmon fishing on the Columbia River, North America
VL Butler, JE O'Connor
Quaternary Research 62 (1), 1-8, 2004
Tui Chub taphonomy and the importance of marsh resources in the western great basin of North America
VL Butler
American Antiquity 61 (4), 699-717, 1996
Mussau Islands prehistory: results of the 1985-86 excavations
PV Kirch, TL Hunt, M Weisler, V Butler, MS Allen
Report of the Lapita Homeland Project 20, 144-163, 1991
A paleoscience approach to estimating the effects of climatic warming on salmonid fisheries of the Columbia River basin
JC Chatters, VL Butler, MJ Scott, DM Anderson, DA Neitzel
Pacific Northwest Lab., Richland, WA (United States), 1992
Distinguishing natural from cultural salmonid deposits in Pacific Northwest North America
VL Butler
University of Washington, 1990
Lapita fishing strategies: The faunal evidence
VL Butler
Archaeology of the Lapita cultural complex: A critical review, 99-115, 1988
Local and traditional knowledge and the historical ecology of Pacific herring in Alaska
TF Thornton, ML Moss, VL Butler, J Hebert, F Funk
Journal of Ecological Anthropology, 2010
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