KASEY E. COLE portrait
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Science Research Initiative, College of Science

Research Keywords

  • Zooarchaeology
  • Paleoecology
  • Climate Change
  • Indigenous Socio-Ecological Systems
  • Behavioral Ecology
  • North American Prehistory


  • Cole, Kasey E., Moffatt, Maren, Codding, Brian F. & Broughton, Jack M. (2023). Human hunting pressure, not late Holocene climate change, influenced Artiodactyla species abundance in northeastern California faunal assemblages. Quaternary International. Published, 10/01/2023.
  • Broughton, Jack M., Broughton, Michael J., Cole, Kasey E., Dalmas, Daniel & Coltrain, Joan B. (2023). Late Holocene tule elk resource depression and distant patch use in central California: faunal and isotopic evidence from the King Brown site and Emeryville Shellmound. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. Published, 09/01/2023.
  • Cole, Kasey E., Hart, Kelsie, Merwin, Cecily & Tichinin, Alina (2023). Faunal remains: food waste and animal dissection at Point San Jose. In Archaeology and bioarchaeology of anatomical dissection at a nineteenth-century army hospital in San Francisco. University of Flordia Press. Published, 09/01/2023.
  • Wilson, Kurt M., Cole, Kasey E. & Codding, Brian F. (2023). Identifying key socioecological factors influencing the expression of egalitarianism and inequality among foragers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. Published, 07/01/2023.
  • Codding, Brian F., Cole, Kasey E. & Wilson, Kurt M. (2022). Socioecological factors influence hunter-gatherer group size, lifetime interactions, and emergent properties of culture. In Scale Matters: The Quality of Quantity in Research on Social Relations edited by Thomas Widlok, Dores Cruz, and Souhayb Zaryah. Published, 07/01/2022.
  • Kasey E. Cole, Peter M. Yaworsky & Isaac A. Hart (2022). Evaluating Statistical Models for Establishing Morphometric Taxonomic Identification and a New Approach using Random Forest. Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 143. Published, 05/16/2022.
  • Jude Bayham, Kasey E. Cole & Frank E. Bayham (2019). Social Boundaries, Resource Depression, and Conflict: a Bioeconomic Model of Territory Formation. Quarternary International. Published, 01/01/2019.