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Edward Herrmann

representative publications

Herrmann, E.W. and Nathan, R.A. Rediscovering the Grapevine Creek buffalo jump complex, Crow Reservation, Montana. GSA Archaeological Geology Newsletter.

Herrmann, E.W. (online November 2015). How Bedrock-controlled Channel Migration can Structure Selective Preservation of Archaeological Sites: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Settlement. Geoarchaeology. DOI

Herrmann, E.W. 2015. Prehistoric Food Preservation, encyclopedia entry in The Archaeology of Food, eds. Mary Beaudry, Karen Metheny, AltaMira/Rowman and Littlefield, publishers.

Herrmann, E.W. (accepted August, 2015). How Bedrock-controlled Channel Migration can Structure Selective Preservation of Archaeological Sites: Implications for Modeling Paleoindian Settlement. Geoarchaeology.

Herrmann, E.W. and Doyle, A. 2015. Investigations at Rockhouse Hollow Rockshelter in the Hoosier National Forest, Perry County, Indiana. Archaeological Site Report of Investigations submitted to state and Hoosier National Forest.

Baumann, T., Monaghan, G.W., Herrmann, E.W. and Altizer, V. 2015. "Mystery Domes:" The 2013 Passport in Time (PIT) Project on German Ridge in the Hoosier National Forest, Perry County, Indiana. Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Herrmann, E.W. 2015. Prehistoric Food Preservation, encyclopedia entry in The Archaeology of Food, eds. Mary Beaudry, Karen Metheny, AltaMira/Rowman and Littlefield, publishers.

Herrmann, E.W., Monaghan, G.W., Romain, W.F., Schilling, T.M., Burks, J., Leone, K.L., Purtill, M.P. and Tonetti, A.C. 2014. A New Multistage Construction Chronology for the Great Serpent Mound, USA. Journal of Archaeological Sciences. DOI

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F. and Hasenmueller, W.A. 2014. Geologic Map of Lawrence County, Indiana. Indiana Geological Survey Miscellaneous Map 90, Scale: 1:48,000.

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F., Hasenmueller, W.A. and Johnson, M.R. 2014. Geology of Lawrence County, Indiana (digital compilation). Indiana Geological Survey, unpublished IGS digital data [ESRI geodatabase based on the NCGMP09 geodatabase model], scale 1:48,000

Herrmann, E.W. 2013. Pre-Mississippian Projectile Points in Mississippian Context at Angel Mounds. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 38(2):189-204

Herrmann, E.W. 2013. Dissertation Geoarchaeology of Paleoindian and Early Archaic Site Distributions in the White River Valley, Indiana.

In Preparation

Herrmann, E.W., Monaghan, G.W., Schilling, T.M., Burks, J., Leone, K.L., Purtill, M.P., Tonetti, A.C. and Romain, W.F. Radiocarbon Dating of Serpent Mound, In Serpent Mound Revealed: Context, Archaeology and Meaning, ed. William F. Romain. University of Alabama Press.

Herrmann, E. W., Monaghan, G.W. and Rowe, M.J. Holocene paleoenvironmental change, drainage basin development, and human settlement within a midcontinental river valley, southcentral Indiana, USA.

Herrmann, E.W. Paleoindian Presence in Indiana. In Archaeology of Indiana, Meghan Buchanan and Jayne-Leigh Thomas, editors, Indiana University Press.

Herrmann, E.W., and Rebecca Nathan. The Grapevine Creek Buffalo Jumps, Crow Agency, Montana. Archaeological Site Report of Investigations.

Keith, B.D., Thompson, T.A., Herrmann, E.W., Rupp, R.F. and Hasenmueller, W.A. 12 Quadrangle Geologic Maps of Lawrence and Surrounding Counties. Indiana Geological Survey Quadrangle Maps (Bartlettsville, Bedford West, Bedford East, Campbellsburg, Georgia, Huron, Mitchell, Norman, Oolitic, Owensburg, Williams, and Tunnelton), Scale: 1:24,000.

Monaghan, G. and Herrmann, E.W. (in preparation). Charcoal Preservation in Surficial A Horizons: Implications for Dating Buried Stratigraphy.

Counts, R., Monaghan, G.W. and Herrmann, E.W. Quaternary Geology and Geoarchaeology of the Lower Ohio River Valley, Southwestern Indiana, pp. 1-77. 56th Midwest Friends of the Pleistocene Field Conference May 30-June 1, 2014.