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British Archaeological Reports, International Series 2152.
2014* Long-Term Continuity and Change in Obsidian Conveyance at Danger Cave, Utah.
2005* Determination of the Geologic Sources for Obsidian Artifacts from Camels Back Cave and Trace Element Analysis of Some Western Utah and Eastern Nevada Volcanic Glasses.
2010* Trace Element Characterisation of Archaeologically Significant Volcanic Glasses from the Southern Great Basin of North America.
Professor Shackley is currently engaged in a number of research and laboratory projects and continues field and lab research on archaeological obsidian in western North America including northern Mexico.
2001* Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts from Archaeological Sites in the Carson Desert and Stillwater Mountains. Kelly, Prehistory of the Carson Desert and Stillwater Mountains. Findlow (eds.), Exploring the Limits: Frontiers and Boundaries in Prehistory. d'Azevedo (ed.), Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. 1986* Diachronic Variability in Obsidian Procurement Patterns in Northeastern California and Southcentral Oregon. Beginning in 2007, Shackley's Geoarchaeological XRF Lab became a National Science Foundation supported lab, including a Thermo Quant X EDXRF spectrometer, graduate student support and general lab support.Pursuing long-term research on Southwestern obsidian sources, Dr.