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Laguna Mountain actively conducts research using data from its own projects and curated collections.  We are interested in collecting and sharing data with other cultural resource management firms, local depositories, and academic institutions, among others.  If you are interested in obtaining data that we may have on file, please contact us.


Topics of particular interest include:

  • Lithic material utilization and exchange

  • Technological and cultural change through time

  • Early Holocene and San Dieguito Technology

  • Patterns of Changing Shellfish Utilization

  • Projectile Point Typology

  • Biological Archaeology

  • Native American Ceramics

  • Landscape Archaeology

  • Archaeological Theory and Models

 

 
 

Publications and Papers:

Andrew R. Pigniolo

 

 
 
  • Cryptocrystalline Silica in the Archaeological Record of San Diego County. Paper Presented at the Society for California Archaeology Southern Data Sharing Meetings.  Claremont, California (1993)
  • The Distribution of Piedra de Lumbre "Chert" in the Archaeological Record of Southern California.  Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 7.  Society for California Archaeology: San Diego (1994)
  • The Rainbow Rock Wonderstone Source and Its Place in Regional Material Distribution Studies.  Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 8.  Society for California Archaeology: San Diego (1995)
  • Lithic Material Types as a Chronological Indicator in the Archaeological Record of San Diego County.  Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 9.  Society for California Archaeology: San Diego (1996)
  • Periods and Patterns: Typological Variability Within a Chronological Cultural Period.  Paper presented at the 1996 Society of American Archaeology Annual Meetings: New Orleans (1996)
  • Understanding the Archaic in the Colorado Desert and Southern California Coastal Zone (with Jerry Schaefer).  Paper presented at the 1996 Society for American Archaeology Annual Meetings: New Orleans (1996)
  • The Piedra de Lumbre Quarry and Its Role for Research on Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base.  Paper presented at the 1996 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Bakersfield, California (1996)
  • A Preceramic Late Archaic Period in San Diego County.  Paper presented at the 1996 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Bakersfield, California (1996)
  • Sandstone Slab Features and Lake Cahuilla Adaptations (with Rebecca McCorkle Apple).  Paper presented at the 1996 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Bakersfield, California (1996)
  • The Scripps Estates Site and Its Role in Defining Prehistory.  Paper presented at the 1997 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Sonoma, California (1997)
  • The Typological Margin: Prehistoric Ceramic Typologies in Southern California.  Paper presented at the 1998 Society for American Archaeology Annual Meetings: Seattle (1998)
  • Typological Trouble: Lake Cahuilla Ceramics and Typology. Paper presented at the 1998 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: San Diego, California (1998)
  • Patterns and Time: The Complexities of Viewing Southern California's Human Past.  Paper presented at the 1998 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: San Diego, California (1998)
  • Points, Patterns, and People: Distribution of the Desert Side-notched Point in San Diego County.  Paper presented at the 2000 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Riverside, California (2000)
  • Points, Patterns, and People: Distribution of the Desert Side-notched Point in San Diego County.  Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 14, Society for California Archaeology, Chico (2004)
  • Subsistence, Settlement, and Environmental Change at San Diego Bay. Paper presented at the 2004 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Riverside, California (2004)
  • A Different Context: San Dieguito in the Mountains of San Diego County.  Paper presented at the 2004 Society for California Archaeology Annual Meeting: Riverside, California (2004)
  • Subsistence, Settlement, and Environmental Change at San Diego Bay. Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 18, Society for California Archaeology, Chico (2005)
  • A Different Context: San Dieguito in the Mountains of San Diego County.  Proceedings of the Society for California Archaeology, Volume 18, Society for California Archaeology, Chico (2005)

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Carol Serr

 

 

  • C. Serr 2009. Contributing author with Schulz, Peter D., Bill Lockhart, and Bill Lindsey.  Rim Codes: A Pacific Coast Dating System for Milk Bottles.  Historical Archaeology 43(2):30-39.

  • C. Serr 2009. Contributing author with Lockhart, Bill, Pete Schulz, and Bill Lindsey with Michael R. Miller and David Whitten.  The Dating Game: Southern Glass Co.  Bottles and Extras 20(6):50-61.
  • C. Serr 2007. Contributing author with Lockhart, Bill, Pete Schulz, Bill Lindsey, and David Whitten.  The Dating Game: The American Bottle Co., A Study in Contracts and Contradictions.  Bottles and Extras 18(1):47-58.

 

 
 


 

 


 


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