In the Shadow of the Volcano: Recent Research at Sunset Crater (17-1) (Hardcopy)

Sunset Crater is one of Flagstaff’s most visible natural features. This issue explores the history of this volcano and its impact on the people who have lived there.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• In the Shadow of the Volcano: Recent Research at Sunset Crater – Mark D. Elson, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Collaborative Research at Sunset Crater Volcano – Mark D. Elson, Desert Archaeology, Inc. and Michael H. Ort, Northern Arizona University
• A Brief Account of the History of Sunset Crater Dating – Christian Downum, Northern Arizona University
• Sunset Crater and Cinder Mulch Agriculture – Kirk Anderson, Northern Arizona University
• Sunset Crater and the National Park Service – Jeri DeYoung and Carol Kruse, National Park Service, Flagstaff Area National Monuments
• Paricutin Volcano Revisited – Mark D. Elson, Desert Archaeology, Inc. and Michael H. Ort, Northern Arizona University
• Little Springs Volcano: A New Prehistoric Eruption – Michael H. Ort, Northern Arizona University
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, President & CEO, Center for Desert Archaeology

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