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Book Chapter
T. C. Rick, 8000 Years of Human Settlement and Land Use in Old Ranch Canyon, Santa Rosa Island, California, in Proceedings of the Seventh California Islands Symposium, C. C. Damiani, Ed. Arcata, CA: Institute for Wildlife Studies, 2009, pp. 21-31.
J. M. Erlandson, Rick, T. C., Vellanoweth, R. L., and Largaespada, T., CA-SMI-548: A 9500 year old shell midden at Running Springs, San Miquel Island, California, in Emerging from the Ice Age: Early Holocene Occupations on the Central California Coast, vol. 17, E. Bertrando, Ed. San Luis Obispo County Archaeological Society Occasional Paper, 2004, pp. 81-92.
T. C. Rick, Erlandson, J. M., Braje, T. J., Estes, J., Graham, M., and Vellanoweth, R., Historical ecology and human impacts on coastal ecosystems of the Santa Barbara Channel region, California, in Ancient Human Impacts on Marine Environments: A Global Perspective, T. C. Rick, Ed. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.
J. M. Erlandson, Rick, T. C., Jones, T. L., and Porcasi, J., One if by land, two if by sea: who were the first Californians?, in California Prehistory:Colonization, Culture and Complexity, T. L. Jones, Ed. AltaMira Press, 2007, pp. 53-62.
J. M. Erlandson, Braje, T. J., Rick, T. C., Davis, T., and Southon, T., A Paleocoastal Shell Midden at Seal Cave (CA-SMI-604), San Miguel Island, California, in Proceedings of the Seventh California Islands Symposium, C. C. Damiani, Ed. Arcata, CA: Institute for Wildlife Studies, 2009, pp. 33-42.
T. J. Braje, Rick, T. C., DeLong, R. L., and Erlandson, J. M., Resilience and reorganization: Archaeology and the historical ecology of California Channel Island sea mammals, in Human Impacts on Seals, Sea Lions, and Sea Otters, T. C. Rick, Ed. University of California Press, 2011.
T. C. Rick, Social and economic dynamics on Late Holocene San Miguel Island, California, in Foundations of Chumash Complexity, J. Arnold, Ed. Los Angeles: UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, 2004, pp. 97-112.
Journal Article
T. C. Rick, A 5,000-year record of coastal settlement on Anacapa Island, California, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, vol. 26, pp. 65-72, 2006.
R. L. Vellanoweth, Rick, T. C., Erlandson, J. M., and Reynolds, G., A 6,000 year old red abalone midden from Otter Point, San Miguel Island, California, North American Archaeologist, vol. 27, pp. 69-90, 2006.
T. J. Braje, Erlandson, J. M., and Rick, T. C., An 8700 year old shell midden from the south coast of San Miguel Island, California, Current Research in the Pleistocene, vol. 21, pp. 24-25, 2004.
J. A. Robbins and Rick, T. C., THE ANALYSIS OF STABLE ISOTOPES FROM CALIFORNIA COASTAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING HUMAN CULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, vol. 20, pp. 29-33, 2007.
N. P. Jew, Rick, T. C., Glassow, M. A., and Arnold, J. E., Bayesian 14C analysis, formation processes, and accumulation rates of the Prisoners Harbor shell midden and village complex, Santa Cruz Island, California, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol. 3, pp. 257-264, 2015.
J. M. Erlandson, Braje, T. J., Rick, T. C., and Peterson, J., Beads, bifaces, and boats: an early maritime adaptation on the south coast of San Miguel Island, California, American Anthropologist, vol. 107, no. 4, pp. 677-683, 2005.
J. M. Erlandson, Rick, T. C., and Batterson, M. R., Busted balls shell midden (CA-SMI-606): an early coastal site on San Miguel Island, California, North American Archaeologist, vol. 25, pp. 251-272, 2004.
J. M. Erlandson, Vellanoweth, R. L., Rick, T. C., and Batterson, M. R., Coastal foraging at Otter Cave: a 6600 year old shell midden on San Miquel Island, California, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, vol. 25, pp. 69-86, 2005.
C. B. Wolff, Aland, A., and Rick, T. C., Coastal subsistence and landscape evolution on Eastern Santa Rosa Island, California: perspectives from CA-SRI-667, Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, vol. 20, pp. 53-54, 2007.
T. C. Rick, Walker, P. L., Willis, L. M., Noah, A. C., Erlandson, J. M., Vellanoweth, R. L., Braje, T. J., and Kennett, D. J., Dogs, humans and island ecosystems: the distribution, antiquity and ecology of domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) on California's Channel Islands, USA, Holocene, vol. 18, no. 7, pp. 1077-1087, 2008.
T. C. Rick, Erlandson, J. M., and Vellanoweth, R. L., Early cave occupations on San Miguel Island, California, Current Research in the Pleistocene, vol. 20, pp. 70-72, 2003.
T. C. Rick, Eolian processes, ground cover, and the archaeology of coastal dunes: a taphonomic case study from San Miguel Island, California, U.S.A, Geoarchaeology, vol. 17, no. 8, pp. 811-833, 2002.
T. J. Braje, Erlandson, J. M., Rick, T. C., Dayton, P. K., and Hatch, M. B. A., Fishing from past to present: continuity and resilience of red abalone fisheries on the Channel Islands, California, Ecological Applications, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 906-919, 2009.
J. M. Erlandson, Rick, T. C., and Braje, T. J., Fishing up the Food Web?: 12,000 Years of Maritime Subsistence and Adaptive Adjustments on California's Channel Islands, Pacific Science, vol. 63, no. 4, pp. 711-724, 2009.
L. A. Reeder, Rick, T. C., and Erlandson, J. M., Forty years later: What have we learned about the earliest human occupations of Santa Rosa Island, California?, North American Archaeologist, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 37-64, 2008.

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