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Lenardi, M., Merwin, D.E., 2010. Towards Automating Artifact Analysis: A Study Showing Potential Application in Computer Vision and Morphometrics to Artifact Typology, in: Elewa, A.M.T. (Ed.), Morphometrics For Nonmorphometricians. Springer, Berlin, pp. 289-305. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-95853-6_13
Rieth, C.B., 2002. Trace Element Analysis and Its Role in Analyzing Ceramics in the Eastern Woodlands, in: Jakes, K.A. (Ed.), Archaeological Chemistry: Materials, Methods, And Meaning. American Chemical Society, Washington, D. C., pp. 199-213. doi:10.1021/bk-2002-0831.ch013
Rieth, C.B., Johnson, L.L., 2011. Trace Element Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Trapps Gap Site, in: Rieth, C.B., Hart, J.P. (Eds.), Current Research In New York State Archaeology: A.d. 700-1300. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 41-52.
Fisher, C.L., 2003. Trace Elements and Stable Isotope Analysis of Human Remains from the Lutheran Church Lot, in: Fisher, C.L. (Ed.), People, Places, And Material Things: Historical Archaeology Of Albany, New York. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 63-68.
Landing, E., 1988. Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the PrecambrianCambrian Boundary--A Pre-meeting Viewpoint, in: Landing, E., Narbonne, G.M., Myrow, P. (Eds.), Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, And The Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary. The University of the State of New York, Albany, North Carolina, pp. 1-3.
Landing, E., Narbonne, G.M., Myrow, P., 1988. Trace Fossils, Small Shelly Fossils, and the Precambrian-Cambrian Boundary, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Ritchie, W.A., 1957. Traces of Early Man in the Northeast, New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Miller, N.G., Mitchell, R.S., 1995. Tracking the Mosses and Vascular Plants of New York State (1836-1994), in: LaRoe, E.T., Farris, G.S., Puckett, C.E., Doran, D.P., Mac, M.J. (Eds.), Our Living Resources: A Report To The Nation On The Distribution, Abundance, And Health Of U.s. Plants, Animals, And Ecosystems. U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., pp. 209-21.
Hamell, G.R., 1983. Trading in Metaphors: The Magic of Beads, Another Perspective Upon Indian-European Contact in Northeastern North America, in: Hayes, III, C.F. (Ed.), Proceedings Of The 1982 Glass Trade Bead Conference. Rochester Museum and Science Center, Rochester, New York, pp. 5-28.
Skiba, J.B., 2008. A Tradition of Published Research. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 17-19.
Hall, J., 1850. On the Trails and Tracks in the Sandstones of the Clinton Group of New York. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2, 256-260.
Fakundiny, R.H., 1986. Trans-Adirondack Mountains Structural Discontinuities, in: Aldrich, Jr., M.J., Laughlin, A.W. (Eds.), Proceedings Of The Sixth International Conference On Basement Tectonics. International Basement Tectonics Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, pp. 64-75.
Bielinski, S., 1990. Transition and Change: Episodes in the Coming of Age of an Early American Community, Albany, New York, 1780-1793, in: Schechter, S.L., Tripp, W. (Eds.), World Of The Founders: New York Communities In The Federal Period. New York State Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, Albany, New York, pp. 109-138.
Felt, E.P., 1901. Trap-lanterns - Warning. Country Gentleman 66, 406.
Lewis, D.M., Ogden, E.C., 1965. Trapping Methods for Modern Pollen Rain Studies, in: Kummel, B., Raup, D. (Eds.), Handbook Of Paleontological Techniques. W. H. Freeman & Co., San Francisco, California, pp. 613-626.