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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.
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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.
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T. C. Rick, Erlandson, J. M., and Wolff, C. B., Sex and Symbolism: A Middle Holocene Phallic Artifact from Santa Rosa Island, California, Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 47-52, 2008.
J. M. Erlandson, Rick, T. C., Ainis, A. F., Gill, K. M., Jew, N. P., and Reeder-Myers, L. A., Shellfish, Geophytes, and Sedentism on Early Holocene Santa Rosa Island, Alta California, USA, The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, pp. 1 - 21, 2019.
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. C. Rick, Culleton, B. J., Smith, C. B., Johnson, J. R., and Kennett, D. J., Stable isotope analysis of dog, fox, and human diets at a Late Holocene Chumash village (CA-SRI-2) on Santa Rosa Island, California, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 1385-1393, 2011.
T. C. Rick, Robbins, J. A., and Ferguson, K. M., Stable isotopes from marine shells, ancient environments, and human subsistence on Middle Holocene Santa Rosa Island, California, U.S.A, Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, vol. 1, pp. 233-254, 2006.
T. C. Rick, Johnson, J. R., Erlandson, J. M., and Gamble, L. H., Style, context, and chronology of a wooden canoe model from Santa Rosa Island, California, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 301-307, 2004.

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