KASEY E. COLE portrait
  • Grad Assist - Rsrch Focus (GR), Anthropology Department

Publications

  • Kasey E. Cole (date unknown). Evaluating Statistical Models for Establishing Morphometric Taxonomic Identification and a New Approach using Random Forest. Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 143. Accepted, .
  • Jude Bayham (date unknown). Social Boundaries, Resource Depression, and Conflict: a Bioeconomic Model of Territory Formation. Quarternary International. Accepted, .

Research Keywords

  • Turbulent Cascade Phenomena

Presentations

  • Cole, K. E., Climate Impacts on Holocene Artiodactyl Abundance and Distribution in Northeastern California. Presented in the organized session “Ducks, Deer, Bears, Oh My! - Papers in Honor of Dwight D. Simons” organized by Melanie Beasley for the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2021.
  • Cole, K. E., and Yaworsky, P. Zooarchaeological Species Identification using Random Forest Machine Learning. Prepared to be presented at the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. Conference canceled due to COVID-19. , Other, 2020.
  • Cole, K. E., Yaworsky, P, and Hart, I. Learning from Experience: Application of Machine Learning to Zooarchaeological Species Identification. Presented at The Great Basin Conference. , Presented, 2018.
  • Cole, K. E., and Hart, K. Faunal Remains from Point San Jose: Analysis of Butchery Patterns and Implications for Site Context. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2018.
  • Bayham, F. E. and Cole, K. E. Territoriality, Intertribal Boundaries, and Large Game Exploitation: Empirical Evaluation of a Spatial Bioeconomic Model of Conflict in the Western U.S. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2017.
  • Cole, K. E. and Bayham, F. E. Artiodactyl Exploitation in Northeastern California during the Terminal Prehistoric/Protohistoric Time Periods: Evidence of Environmental Rebound? Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2017.
  • Cole, K. E. Prehistoric Artiodactyl Exploitation in Northeastern California: Archaeofaunal, Geochemical, and Dental Increment Analyses from the Lorenzen Site. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2017.
  • Cole, K. E., and Dalton, K. Identifying Fragmentary Archaeofaunal Remains Using Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry: A Preliminary Analysis of the Loyalton Rockshelter. Presented at the 13th Stanley J. Olsen Eagle Lake Zooarchaeology Conference. , Presented, 2016.
  • Willey, P., Milligan, C. F., Clinkinbear, S., Gardner, K., Bond, M., Boyd, D. A., Broehle, K., Cirrilo, L., Cole, K. E., Cox, M., Curry, J., Diaz, M., Hart, K., MacInnes, H. L., Sgheiza, V., Celentano, J., Metzker, C., and Tichinin, A. The Valley Fire: How Many Casualties?! Mountain, Desert, and Coastal Forensic Anthropology Meeting. , Presented, 2016.
  • Cole, K. E, and Dalton, K. Portable X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry (XRF) to the Identification of Fragmentary Archaeofaunal Remains from the Loyalton Rockshelter. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2016.
  • Cole, K. E., MacInnes, H. L., Bartelink, and E. J., Breshini, G. Late Holocene Dietary Variation along the Central California Coast: Isotopic Evidence for Marine Dependence. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference. , Presented, 2015.
  • MacInnes, H. L, Cole, K. E., Bartelink, E. J., MacKinnon, A. T., Prince, J. R., and Breshini, G. S. Human Paleodiet on the Central Californian Coast: Stable Isotope Perspectives on Coastal Foraging. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology, annual conference. , Presented, 2015.
  • Boyd, D. A., Cole, K. E., MacInnes, H. L., Cirillo, L, and Bartelink, E. J. Diet and Mobility Patterns in Historic Pioneers from California: An Osteobiographical Analysis. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology, annual conference. , Presented, 2015.
  • Cole, K. E. Resource Depression and Processing Intensity: Evidence from Yerba Buena Shellmound, California. Presented at the 11th Stanley J. Olsen Eagle Lake Zooarchaeology Conference. , Presented, 2014.
  • Cole, K. E. Oxygen Isoscape Map of Northeastern California. Presented at the University of Utah Global Change and Sustainability Center Research Day. Poster, Presented, 2020.
  • Cole, K. E., and Yaworsky, P. Application of Machine Learning Approach to the Study of Trans-Holocene Dipodomys spp. Response to El Niño Events in Baja California. Presented at the Society for American Archaeology annual conference. Poster, Presented, 2019.
  • Cole, K. E. An Analysis of Faunal remains from Late Holocene Coastal sites, Talega Valley, San Clemente, California. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. Poster, Presented, 2014.
  • Bowser, B., Cole, K. E., Saldana, R., Wilson, G., Langenwalter, P., Boyd, D. A., Millet, S., Nguyen, Q., Ortega, C., Stockton, M., Tejeda, M., Tseng, W., and Tuyub, M. Early to middle Holocene foraging choice: Re-analysis of faunal remains from CA-ORA-64. Presented at the Society for California Archaeology annual conference. Poster, Presented, 2013.