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T. C. Rick, Wah, J. S., and Erlandson, J. M., Re-evaluating the origins of late Pleistocene fire areas on Santa Rosa Island, California, USA, Quaternary Research, vol. 78, no. 2, pp. 353-362, 2012.
T. C. Rick, Henkes, G. A., Lowery, D. L., Colman, S. M., and Culleton, B. J., Marine radiocarbon reservoir corrections (∆R) for Chesapeake Bay and the Middle Atlantic Coast of North America, Quaternary Research, vol. 77, no. 1, pp. 205-210, 2012.
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, 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, DeLong, R. L., Erlandson, J. M., Braje, T. J., Jones, T. L., Kennett, D. J., Wake, T. A., and Walker, P. L., A trans-Holocene archaeological record of Guadalupe fur seals (Arctocephalus townsendi) on the California coast, Marine Mammal Science, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 487-502, 2009.
T. C. Rick, The Archaeology and Historical Ecology of Late Holocene San Miguel Island. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, 2007.
T. C. Rick, Niaqla revisited: Archaeology and ethnohistory of a Chumash Village on Santa Rosa Island, California, in Society for California Archaeology 16, 2003, pp. 149-156.
T. C. Rick, Erlandson, J. M., and Horton, K., Marine shellfish harvest on Middle and Late Holocene Santa Barbara Island, California, California Archaeology, vol. 1, pp. 109-123, 2009.
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.
T. C. Rick, Household and Community Archaeology at the Chumash Village of Niaqla, Santa Rosa Island, California, Journal of Field Archaeology, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 243-263, 2007.
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, 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.
T. C. Rick, Erlandson, J. M., and Vellanoweth, R. L., From Pleistocene mariners to complex hunter-gatherers: the archaeology of the California Channel Islands, Journal of World Prehistory, vol. 19, pp. 169-228, 2005.
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.
T. C. Rick, Red abalone bead production and exchange on California's northern channel islands, North American Archaeologist, vol. 25, pp. 215-237, 2004.
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. C. Rick, Reeder-Myers, L. A., Carr, M. J., and Hines, A. H., 3000 Years of Human Subsistence and Estuarine Resource Exploitation on the Rhode River Estuary, Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, Journal of the North Atlantic, vol. 1001, pp. 113 - 125, 2017.