Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Snitker, Grant, Christopher I. Roos, Alan P. Sullivan, S. Yoshi Maezumi, Douglas W. Bird, Michael R. Coughlan, Kelly M. Derr, Anna Klimaszewski-Patterson, Rachel A. Loehman. 2022. A collaborative agenda for archaeology and fire science. Nature: Ecology & Evolution (2022). DOI: Link to paper or Link to read-only version
  2. Servera-Vives, Gabriel, Maurici Mus Amezquita, Grant Snitker, Assunta Florenzano, Paola Torri, Joan Estrany, and Anna Maria Mercuri. 2022. Modern pollen analogues for the understanding of pollen-vegetation relationships in a Mediterranean mosaic landscape (Balearic Islands, Western Mediterranean). The Holocene. 32(7):716–734. DOI: Link to paper
  3. Snitker, Grant. 2022. Jason Moser, Bobby Southerlin, and Christina Stewart. Detecting historic tar kilns and tar production sites using high-resolution, aerial LiDAR derived digital elevation models: introducing the Tar Kiln Feature Detection workflow (TKFD) using open-access R and FIJI software. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 41, 103340. DOI: Link to paper.
  4. Snitker, Grant. 2020. The Charcoal Quantification Tool (CharTool): A Suite of Open-source Tools for Quantifying Charcoal Fragments and Sediment Properties in Archaeological and Paleoecological Analysis. Ethnobiology Letters. 11, 103–115. Link to paper.
  5. Helmer, Matthew, Jennifer Lipton, Grant Snitker, Steve Hackenberger, Mallory Triplett, andLee Cerveny. 2020. Mapping Heritage Ecosystem Services in Ecological Restoration Areas: A Case Study from the East Cascades, Washington. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 31(2020): 100314. DOI: Link to paper.
  6. Strawhacker, Colleen, Grant Snitker, Matthew Peeples, Ann Kinzig, Keith Kintigh, Kyle Bocinsky, Brad Butterfield, Jacob Freeman, Sarah Oas, Margaret Nelson, Jonathan Sandor, and Katherine Spielmann. 2020. A Landscape Perspective on Climate-Driven Risks to Food Security: Exploring the Relationship between Climate and Social Transformations in the Prehispanic U.S. Southwest. American Antiquity 58(3): 427-451. DOI: Link to paper.
  7. Levi, Matthew, Erik Krueger, Grant Snitker, Tyson Ochsner, Miguel Villarreal, Emile Elias, and Dannele Peck. 2019. Enhancing Fire Danger Ratings from the Ground up using Soil Moisture. Eos: Earth and Space Science News: 100. DOI: Link to paper.
  8. Snitker, Grant. 2018. Identifying Natural and Anthropogenic Prehistoric Fire Regimes through Simulated Charcoal Proxy Records. Journal of Archaeological Science 95: 1–15. DOI: Link to paper.
  9. Snitker, Grant, Agustín Diez Castillo, C. Michael Barton, Joan Bernabeu Auban, Oreto García Puchol, and Salvador Pardo-Gordó. 2018. Patch-based survey methods for studying prehistoric human land-use in agriculturally modified landscapes: A case study from the Canal de Navarrés, eastern Spain. Quaternary International 483: 5–22. DOI: Link to paper.
  10. Díez Castillo, Agustín, Oreto García Puchol, Joan Bernabeu Aubán, C Michael Barton, Salvador Pardo Gordò, Grant Snitker, Wendy Cegielski, & Sean Bergin. 2016. Resiliencia y cambio durante el Holoceno en la Canal de Navarrés: recientes trabajos de prospección. Archivo de Prehistoria Levantina. Vol. XXXI, Valencia, p. 169-185. Link to paper.
  11. Erlandson, Jon M., Todd J. Braje, and Grant Snitker. 2008. Two chipped stone crescents from CA-SMI-680, Cardwell Bluffs, San Miguel Island, California. Current Research in the Pleistocene. Vol. 25, 2008. Link to paper.

Book Chapters

  1. Snitker, Grant. 2021. Identifying the influence of Neolithic agro-pastoral land-use on Holocene fire regimes through simulated sedimentary charcoal records: Case studies from Eastern Spain. In Simulating the Transition to Agriculture and Its Ecological and Cultural Consequences, edited by Sean M. Bergin and Salvador Pardo-Gordó, pp. 165-193. Springer, New York.
  2. Barton, C. Michael, Isaac IT Ullah, Nicolas Gauthier, Nari Miller, Grant Snitker, Irene Esteban, Joan Bernabeu Aubán, and Arjun Heimsath. 2021. 'Digital Proxies' for Validating Models of Past Socio-Ecological Systems in the Mediterranean Landscape Dynamics Project. In Simulating the Transition to Agriculture and Its Ecological and Cultural Consequences, edited by Sean M. Bergin and Salvador Pardo-Gordó, pp. 195-224. Springer, New York.
  3. Strawhacker, Colleen, Grant Snitker, Katherine Spielmann, Maryann Wasiolek, Jonathan Sandor, Ann Kinzig, and Keith Kintigh. 2017. Risk Landscapes and Domesticated Landscapes: Food Security in the Salinas Province. In Landscapes, Mobilities, and Social Transformations: Arriving at the Fifteenth Century in the Pueblo Rio Grande, edited by K. Spielmann, pp. 124–150. University of Arizona Press. Link to paper.

Technical Reports

  1. Snitker, Grant and Heather Davis. 2020. Cultural Resources Evaluation for the Taneum Watershed Restoration Project, Cle Elum Ranger District, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Section 106 report. Submitted to the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Supervisor's Office, Wenatchee, WA.
  2. Snitker, Grant. 2015. Anthropogenic Fire and Paleo-Charcoal Study at Chavez Pass, AZ: 2015 Report. Submitted to the Coconino National Forest Supervisor's Office, Flagstaff, AZ.
  3. Snitker, Grant. A Spatial Analysis of Archaeological Sites, Vegetation, and Artifacts within the Agua Fria National Monument: Legacies on the Landscape 2013 Field Season. 2015. In Final Report of the Spring 2013 Field Season, Legacies on the Landscape: Agua Fria National Monument and Tonto National Forest, edited by Kate Spielmann, pp. 45-52. Submitted to the Bureau of Land Management, Phoenix, Arizona.
  4. Rivers-Cofield, Sara, Jodi Reeves Flores, Francis P. McManamon, Adam Brin, Grant Snitker, Chelsea Walter, Michael A. Smolek, and Amanda Vtipil. Evaluating a Cooperative Approach to the Management of Digital Archaeological Records. Submitted to Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program, Proj. 13-711.

Other Professional Contributions

  1. Caseldine, Christopher and Grant Snitker. 2021. A [Digital] Tonto Basin Journey. Archaeology Southwest Preservation Archaeology Blog. March 15, 2021. Accessible via: Link to paper.
  2. Zierden, Martha A., Carla S. Hadden, Sarah E. Platt, Barnet Pavao-Zuckerman, Laurie J. Reitsema, Elizabeth J. Reitz, Hayden R. Smith, and Grant Snitker. 2020. Exploring the Cattle Economy of Colonial South Carolina. The SAA Archaeological Record 20(3): 40-43. Link to paper.
  3. Hegmon, M., Peeples, M.A. on behalf of the LTVTP-NABO collaboration (Grant Snitker listed as a contributing member of LTVTP-NABO collaboration). 2018. The human experience of social transformation: Insights from comparative archaeology. PLOS ONE 13:1–29. DOI: Link to paper.
  4. Snitker, Grant. 2014. “Notes from the Field” report on NSF-funded fieldwork in Valencia, Spain. Published in the SAA Geoarchaeology Interest Group Fall Newsletter.
  5. Snitker, Grant. 2008. Investigation and Identification of “Fourteen Willow Sticks” from the Chewaucan Cave Cache. Current Archaeological Happenings in Oregon. 33(3):6-7.