Jelmer W. Eerkens
Jelmer W. Eerkens
Professor of Anthropology, University of California Davis
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Cultural transmission, copying errors, and the generation of variation in material culture and the archaeological record
JW Eerkens, CP Lipo
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 24 (4), 316-334, 2005
Point typologies, cultural transmission, and the spread of bow-and-arrow technology in the prehistoric Great Basin
RL Bettinger, J Eerkens
American antiquity 64 (2), 231-242, 1999
Cultural transmission theory and the archaeological record: providing context to understanding variation and temporal changes in material culture
JW Eerkens, CP Lipo
Journal of Archaeological Research 15 (3), 239-274, 2007
Techniques for assessing standardization in artifact assemblages: can we scale material variability?
JW Eerkens, RL Bettinger
American Antiquity 66 (3), 493-504, 2001
Estimating weaning and early childhood diet from serial micro-samples of dentin collagen
JW Eerkens, AG Berget, EJ Bartelink
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (11), 3101-3111, 2011
Practice makes within 5% of perfect: visual perception, motor skills, and memory in artifact variation
JW Eerkens
Current Anthropology 41 (4), 663-668, 2000
Measuring forager mobility
PJ Brantingham
Current anthropology 47 (3), 435-459, 2006
GC–MS analysis and fatty acid ratios of archaeological potsherds from the Western Great Basin of North America
JW Eerkens
Archaeometry 47 (1), 83-102, 2005
Residential mobility and pottery use in the western Great Basin
JW Eerkens
Current anthropology 44 (5), 728-738, 2003
Ceramic production among small-scale and mobile hunters and gatherers: A case study from the Southwestern Great Basin
JW Eerkens, H Neff, MD Glascock
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 21 (2), 200-229, 2002
Sex‐biased weaning and early childhood diet among middle holocene hunter–gatherers in Central California
JW Eerkens, EJ Bartelink
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 152 (4), 471-483, 2013
Privatization, small-seed intensification, and the origins of pottery in the western Great Basin
JW Eerkens
American Antiquity 69 (4), 653-670, 2004
Reduction strategies and geochemical characterization of lithic assemblages: a comparison of three case studies from western North America
JW Eerkens, JR Ferguson, MD Glascock, CE Skinner, SA Waechter
American Antiquity 72 (3), 585-597, 2007
Cultural transmission, phylogenetics, and the archaeological record
JW Eerkens, RL Bettinger, R McElreath
Mapping Our Ancestors, 169-184, 2017
Measuring prehistoric mobility strategies based on obsidian geochemical and technological signatures in the Owens Valley, California
JW Eerkens, AM Spurling, MA Gras
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (3), 668-680, 2008
Female hunters of the early Americas
R Haas, J Watson, T Buonasera, J Southon, JC Chen, S Noe, K Smith, ...
Science Advances 6 (45), eabd0310, 2020
The preservation and identification of Piñon resins by GC‐MS in pottery from the Western Great Basin
J Eerkens
Archaeometry 44 (1), 95-105, 2002
Cultural transmission in the ancient Near East: twenty squares and fifty-eight holes
A de Voogt, AE Dunn-Vaturi, JW Eerkens
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (4), 1715-1730, 2013
Theory and practice of archaeological residue analysis
H Barnard, JW Eerkens
Archaeopress, 2007
Common pool resources, buffer zones, and jointly owned territories: Hunter-gatherer land and resource tenure in Fort Irwin, southeastern California
JW Eerkens
Human Ecology 27 (2), 297-318, 1999
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