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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.
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.
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.
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.
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., 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, 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.

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