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"Why those old fellas stopped using them?": Socio-religious and socio-political dimensions of stone-walled tidal fish trap use and dis-use amongs the Yanyuwa of northern Australia2019 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 14 (1-4): 337-55
  • Ian J. McNiven
  • John Bradley
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
The Must Farm pile-dwelling settlement2019 Antiquity 93 (369): 645-63
  • David Gibson
  • Iona Robinson Zeki
  • Mark Knight
  • Rachel Ballantyne
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Possible fishing structures on the east coast of San Matía Gulf, Río Negro, Patagonia, Argentina2016 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 11 (1): 133-7
  • Federico Scartascini
  • Marcelo Cardillo
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
On the role of coastal landscape evolution in detecting fish weirs: a Pacific Northwest Coast example from Washington State2014 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 9 (1): 45-71
  • Aubrey Steingraber
  • Daniel M. Gilmour
  • J. Tait Elder
  • Sarah K. Campbell
  • Virginia L. Butler
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Autonomy and the intercultural: interpreting the history of Australian Aboriginal water management in the Roper River cathment, Northern Territory2014 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 20 (4): 670-93
  • Marcus Barber
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Representation of fiber artifacts and basketry in northeast Mexican rock art2013 American Indian rock art 40: 871-94
  • Martin I. Santana Salas
H6/KUB [AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART-]Spanish summary
Indigenous fish traps and weirs of Queensland2011 Queensland archaeological research 14: 1-58
  • Michael J. Rowland
  • Sean Ulm
*H6/KE [QUEENSLAND-]0814-3021monographic issue
New perspectives on stone-walled tidal fish traps along the south-west cape coast2011 Digging stick 28 (3): 16-19
  • Phillip Hine
H6/KE [SOUTH-]1013-7521
Animism as a means of exploring archaeological fishing structures on Willapa Bay, Washington, USA2010 Cambridge archaeological journal 20 (1): 17-32
  • Robert Losey
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Fishing among terrestrial hunter gatherers of Tierra del Fuego main island, from prehistory to ethnographic times2009 Magallania 37 (2): 109-38
  • Jimena Torres E.
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
An iron age fishing tale2009 Southern African humanities 21 (1): 195-212
  • Gavin Whitelaw
H6/KY [NATAL-]1681-5564in thematic issue 'Papers in honour of Tim Maggs and Tom Huffman'
The Atherley Narrows fish complex: a submerged archaic-to-historic-period fishing site in Ontario, Canada2008 Revista de arqueología americana (26): 131-51
  • R. James Ringer
H6/KE [REVISTA-]0188-3631in thematic issue 'Underwater archeology in the Americas'; Spanish, French, and Portuguese summaries
Fish weirs, salmon productivity, and village settlement in an upper Skeena River tributary, British Columbia2005 Canadian journal of archaeology 29 (1): 68-87
  • Paul Prince
*H6/KE [CANADIAN-]0705-2006French summary
Place, memory and identity among estuarine fishing communities: interpreting the archaeology of early medieval fish weirs2003 World archaeology 35 (3): 449-68
  • Aidan O'Sullivan
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue on 'Seascapes', ed by G Cooney
Prehistoric intertidal fish traps from central southeast Alaska2001 Canadian journal of archaeology 25 (1/2): 28-52
  • Charles Mobley
  • W. Mark McCallum
0705-2006French summary
Towards a generic technique for dating stone fish traps and weirs1998 Australian archaeology 47: 39-43
  • Greg Bowen
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]
A fish story: realism or symbolic communication? Arroyo de Las Piedras Pintas, Baja California1994 American Indian rock art 21 (1): 77-91
  • Kay Sanger
H6/KUB [AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART-]in 'IRAC proceedings, Volume 1: Rock art as visual ecology'
The antiquity of fish weirs on the southern coast: a response to Moss, Erlandson, and Stuckenrath ['Wood stake weirs and salmon fishing on the Northwest Coast: evidence from southeast Alaska' by M.L. Moss, J.M. Erlandson and R. Stuckenrath in Canad J Archaeol 1990 (14) 143-58]1992 Canadian journal of archaeology 16: 112-16
  • Morley Eldridge
  • Steven Acheson