Deer use in good times and in bad: A Fort Ancient case study from southwest Ohio

Published in Environmental Archaeology, 2014

Recommended citation: Deppen, Jacob and Robert A. Cook (2014). Deer use in good times and in bad: A Fort Ancient case study from southwest Ohio. Environmental Archaeology 19(1):72-83. http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1749631413Y.0000000002

This project explored the complex relationships between climate change, white-tailed deer populations, and human behavior in prehistoric southwest Ohio. The project began as a senior honors thesis at The Ohio State University under the supervision of Dr. Robert A. Cook and was ultimately expanded, refined, and published in the journal Environmental Archaeology.