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Whale calling2021 Ethnomusicology 65 (2): 350-73
  • Gavin Steingo
H6/KFYV [ETHNOMUSICOLOGY-]0014-1836Xhosa summary
The importance of conserving rock art: a conversation at the Jibbon Petroglyph site, Royal National Park, Australia2019 Rock art research 36 (2): 189-98
  • Paul S.C. Taçon
  • Shayne Williams
  • Tanya Koeneman
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Whale bone as fuel at an inland farm in early modern Iceland2018 Arctic anthropology 55 (1): 63-72
  • George Hambrecht
  • Kevin S. Gibbons
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Looking at whales: narration and the organization of visual experience2018 Journal of contemporary ethnography 47 (6): 782-806
  • Peter R. Grahame
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0891-2416in special issue on visual ethnography with editorial by L-J K van den Scott, 719-28
Ancient whale exploitation in the Mediterranean: the archaeological record2016 Antiquity 90 (352): 914-27
  • Armelle Gardeisen
  • Darío Bernal-Casasola
  • Gäel Piqués
  • Liora Kolska Horwitz
  • Peggy Morgenstern
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Ancient whale exploitation in the Mediterranean: species matters2016 Antiquity 90 (352): 928-38
  • Ana S.L. Rodrigues
  • Anne Charpentier
  • Liora Kolska Horwitz
  • Sophie Monsarrat
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Exaggeration is the message2015 Adoranten : 98-103
  • Rauno Lauhakangas
Long range inland-coastal networks during the late Magdalenian: evidence for individual acquisition of marine resources at Andernach-Martinsberg, German central Rhineland2013 Journal of human evolution 64 (5): 457-65
  • Martin Street
  • Michelle C. Langley
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Circulation of whale-bone artifacts in the northern Pyrenees during the late upper palaeolithic2013 Journal of human evolution 65 (5): 525-43
  • Jean-Marc Pétillon
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Minimally destructive DNA extraction from archaeological artefacts made from whale baleen2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (12): 3750-3
  • Bjarne Grønnow
  • Hans Christian Gulløv
  • M. Thomas P. Gilbert
  • Mikkel-Holger S. Sinding
  • Peter A. Toft
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
From foreign to domestic: the politics of exchange value in Fiji2012 Suomen antropologi 37 (2): 65-74
  • Matti Eräsaari
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930
Twins are birds and a whale is a fish, a mammal, a submarine: revisiting 'primitive mentality' as a question of ontology2012 Social analysis 56 (3): 1-11
  • T.M.S. Evens
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977X
Using finite element methods to analyze ancient architecture: an example from the North American Arctic2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (10): 2298-307
  • Peter Dawson
  • Richard Levy
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Past and present marine mammal hunting rates and abundances: dugong (Dugong dugon) evidence from Dabangai Bone Mound, Torres Strait2008 Journal of archaeological science 35 (2): 505-15
  • Alice C. Bedingfield
  • Ian J. McNiven
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
First evidence of a whale-bone industry in the western European upper paleolithic: Magdalenian artifacts from Isturiz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France)2008 Journal of human evolution 54 (5): 720-6
  • Jean-Marc Pétillon
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Reconstructing historical mercury exposure from beluga whale consumption among Inuit in the Mackenzie delta2006 Journal of ethnobiology 26 (2): 310-26
  • Hing Man Chan
  • April Kinghorn
  • Murray Humphries
  • Peter Outridge
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771Spanish and French summaries
Whale bones in Swedish churches2006 Svenska Landsmål och Svensk Folkliv (332): 91-121
  • Ingvar Svanberg
H6/KVT [SVENSKA-]0347-1837English summary
The symbolic dimensions of whale bone use in Thule winter dwellings2006 Etudes inuit 30 (2): 137-61
  • A. Katherine Patton
  • James M. Savelle
*H6/KUB [ETUDES-]0701-1008French summary
Whales and dolphins in Selk'nam world: an ethnographic approach2005 Magallania 33 (1): 25-35
  • Alfredo Prieto I.
  • Mauricio Massone M.
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
A three-dimensional model of a Thule Inuit whale bone house2005 Journal of field archaeology 30 (4): 443-55
  • Peter C. Dawson
  • Richard M. Levy
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Scavenging and processing of whale meat and blubber by later stone age people of the Geelbek dunes, western Cape province, South Africa2004 South African archaeological bulletin 58 (178): 91-3
  • Andrew W. Kandel
  • Nicholas J. Conard
H6/KE 'SOUTH-'0038-1969
Comment2004 South African archaeological bulletin 59 (179): 11
  • S. Master
H6/KE 'SOUTH-'0038-1969comments on 'Scavenging and processing of whale meat and blubber by later stone age people of the Geelbek dunes, western Cape province, South Africa' by A W Kandel and N J Conard in S Afr archaeol Bull 2003 (58:178), 91-3.
Revisiting the tragedy of the commons, ecological dilemmas of whale watching in the Azores2004 Human organization 63 (3): 289-300
  • Katja Neves-Graça
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Shishmaref: whalebone carving in an Inupiaq village2002 American Indian art magazine 27 (2): 55-65, 80
  • Susan W. Fair
The application of bowhead whale bone architectural indices to prehistoric whale bone dwelling sites in Alaska and the Canadian Arctic2002 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology. Osaka 27 (2): 361-87, 'insert'
  • Allen P. McCartney
  • James M. Savelle
0385-180XJapanese summary
The raven, the mistress of the sea, and other mythological characters in Boisman art2002 Archaeology, ethnology and anthropology of Eurasia 12: 86-90
  • D. L. Brodianskiń≠
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1563-0110
Balancing conservation with development in small-scale fisheries: is ecotourism an empty promise?1999 Human ecology 27 (4): 581-620
  • Emily H. Young
Making a splash in the Pacific: dolphin and whale myths and legends of Oceania1998 Rapa Nui journal 12 (3): 75-84
  • Jason Cressey
Mandibular growth layers as a means of determining the age at death of beluga whales (Delphinapterus leucas) in zooarchaeological assemblages1998 Journal of archaeological science 25 (7): 697-706
  • T. Max Friesen
Traditional ecological knowledge and Beluga whales1998 Cultural survival quarterly 22 (3): 66-8
  • Henry P. Huntington