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AIRA Volume 11: Boulder City, Hyder, William D., Crotty, Helen, Sanger, Kay and Bock, Frank, eds., 1986, 107 pp. (Out of print)
Hyder, William D., Lee, Georgia and Oliver, Mark, “Culture, Style, and Chronology: The Rock Art of the Carrizo Plain,” pp. 43-57.
Layman, William D., “The Rock Art of Rock Island Rapids: A Historical Overview,” pp. 76-87.
McCarthy, Daniel F., “Preliminary Report of the Rock Alignments of Panamint Valley, California,” pp. 32-41.
McCreery, Pat and McCreery, Pat Jack, “A Petroglyph Site with Possible Hopi Ceremonial Associations,” pp. 1-7.
Nissen, Karen M. and Ritter, Eric W., “Cupped Rock Art in North-Central California: Hypothesis Regarding Age and Social / Ecological Context,” pp. 58-75.
Noxon, John and Marcus, Deborah, “Waste to Create Waste? Potential Impact of High-Level Nuclear Waste on Rock Art in Canyonlands National Park, Southeastern Utah,” pp. 18-31.
Schwartz, Esther E., “Wheels and Ships of Gjerpen and Other Petroglyphs near Skien, Norway,” pp. 100-107.
Vuncannon, Delcie H., “Rock Art Diversity in Hells Canyon,” pp. 89-99.
Weaver Jr., Donald E., “Sixteen Centuries of Rock Art at River House Ruin in Southeastern Utah,” pp. 8-17.
AIRA Volume 12: Santa Barbara, Hyder, William D., ed., 1993, 150 pp. (Out of print)
Bednarik, Robert G., “The Cave Art of Australia,” pp. 81-87.
Benson, Arlene and Hoskinson, Tom, “Transformations: Preparing the Land,” pp. 37-46.
Chamberlain, Von Del, “Navajo Star Ceilings,” pp. 101-110.
Dickman, Jeffrey, “The Value of Rock Art Repositories and Their Application,” pp. 89-92.
Ewing, Eve, “Preliminary Report on Cueva Halcon: A Major Discovery from the Sierra Mescalera, Southern Baja Norte, Mexico,” pp. 111-122.
Grant, Campbell, “Alder Cave (CA-VEN-347),” pp. 57-64.
Harris, James R., “Corn Maidens in Anasazi Rock Art,” pp. 123-131.
Hunger, Heinz, “Ritual Coition with Inanimate Objects,” pp. 75-80.
Mark, Robert and Newman, Evelyn, “Computer-Graphics Assisted Recording Uvas Creek Petroglyph Site,” pp. 137-144.
Ricks, Mary F. and Cannon, William J., “A Preliminary Report on the Lake County, Oregon Rock Art Inventory: A Data Base for Rock Art Research,” pp. 93-99.
Ritter, Eric W., “Multifaceted Research and the Enigmatic Shingletown Cliff Paintings of Northern California,” pp. 65-74.
Strange, William C., “When the Stone Sings: What Meaning Might Mean in Rock Art,” pp. 31-35.
Steinbring, Jack, “Dating Rock Art in the Northern Midcontinent,” pp. 15-29.
Urban, Sharon F., “Recording Rock Art Sites as Archaeological Sites,” pp. 133-135.
Warner, Judith S. and Warner, Jesse E., “To Slay a Dragon,” pp. 1-13.
Weinberger, Gay, “Yokuts Rock Art from the Post-Contact Period,” pp. 145-150.
AIRA Volume 13 and 14: Flagstaff and St. George, Sanger, Kay K. ed. 1994, 115 pp. (Out of Print)
Barabas, Bryn M., “Rock Art at the Southwest Museum,” pp. 115-118.
Bock, Frank and Bock, A.J., “Rock Art of the Arizona Strip (Preliminary Report Includes Pakoon Springs and Little Black Mountain),” pp. 27-46.
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane, “The Palo Verde Petroglyphs: a Preliminary Report, California,” pp. 9-16.
Holmlund, James and Wallace, Henry, “Paleoseismicity and Rock Art in Southern Arizona,” pp. 1-8.
Jack, Jennifer, “Management of Rock Art Sites in the Paria Wilderness Area,” pp. 149-151.
McCarthy, Daniel F., Payan, Louis and Ennis, Paul, “Use of Amino Acid Racemization Methods on Rock Paintings at Motte-Rimrock Reserve, Riverside, California,” pp. 17-22.
McGowan, Charlotte, “Taiwanese Rock Art and the Legend of the Lady and the Serpent,” pp. 153-161.
Moore, Elanie, “‘The Cochimi Landscape’ in the Great Murals of the Sierra San Francisco, Baja California: Is Ron Smith's System Valid?,” pp. 47-56.
Ritter, Eric W., “An Analysis of Mural Art and Rock Art Sites in the Acari and Yauca Valleys of Southern Peru,” pp. 63-76.
Steinbring, Jack, “The Need for a Method and Theory in Rock Art Conservation,” pp. 23-26.
Strange, William C., “Palimpset: Re-Thinking Superimposition in Rock Art,” pp. 119-126.
Strange, William C., “Child of the Water, Child of the Wall: An Essay in the Semiotics of Barrier Canyon, Utah,” pp. 77-81.
Turner II, Christy G., “The Origin of American Rock Art,”57-62.
Warner, Jesse E., “An Introduction to Figures Representing a Double Entity,” pp. 127-148.
Weaver Jr., Donald E., “Sinagua Rock Art: Petroglyphs at Lizard Man Village,” pp. 83-114
AIRA Volume 15: Ridgecrest, Sanger, Kay K., ed., 1992, 114 pp. (Out of print)
Allen, Mary K., “New Frontiers in Rock Art: the Grand Canyon,” pp. 48-70.
Benson, Arlene and Buckskin, Floyd, “Achomawi Jumping Rocks and the Concept of the Test,” pp. 31-38.
Conway, Thor, “Ojibwa Oral History Relating to 19th Century Rock Art,” pp. 11-26.
McCarthy, Daniel F., “California Archaeological Inventory and Rock Art Studies,” pp. 39-47.
McGowan, Charlotte, “The Piasa: One Community's Preservation of its Rock Art,” pp. 1-10.
Miller, Frances J., “Investigations at Y:3:1: (BLM) Archaeological District: An Example of Multiple Features in Association with Rock Art in Southwestern Arizona,” pp. 105-110.
Murray Ph.d., Wm., “Antlers and Counting in Northeast Mexican Rock Art,” pp. 71-79.
Scheller, Donald T., “New and Nontraditional Films for Rock Art Recording,” pp. 111-115.
Weaver Jr., Donald E. and Slominski, Nancy, “Turkey Tanks: A Prehistoric Wayfarer Rest Stop?,” pp. 80-103.
Weinberger, Gay, “Distinctions in the Archaeological Context of Cupules,” pp. 27-30.
AIRA Volume 16: San Antonio, Turpin, Solveig A., ed., 1990, 252 pp. (Out of print)
Arratia, Leticia Gonzalez, “Current State of Research in Petroglyphs in the Northern Mexican States of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon,” pp. 177-187.
Bock, Frank and A.J., “A Review of an Attempt to Restore Petroglyphs Using Artificial Desert Varnish at Petrified Forest, Arizona,” pp. 35-48.
Boyd, Douglas K., “Aboriginal Rock Art of Justiceburg Reservoir: A Regional Perspective for the Texas Panhandle-Plains,” pp. 123-145.
Crotty, Helen K., “Formal Qualities of the Jornada Style and Pueblo IV Rock Art: A Comparison with Implications for the Origins of Pueblo Ceremonialism,” pp. 147-166.
Gordon, Mary, “Cupule Petroglyphs in Tulare County, California,” pp. 227-236.
Hedges, Ken, “Repainting in Kumeyaay Rock Art: Vandalism, Defacement, or Renewal?,” pp. 63-70.
Hyder, William D. and Lee, Georgia, “Modoc Rock Art: a Reevaluation,” pp. 237-252.
Labadie, Joseph H., “Current Rock Art Research at Amistad Recreational Area, Southwest Texas,” pp. 81-92.
Lee, Georgia, “The Protection of Rock Art Sites,” pp. 1-9.
McCarthy, Daniel F., “Rock Art Management Considerations at Lake Perris State Recreation Area, Riverside County, California,” pp. 71-79.
Murray, William Breen and Nunez, Juan Pablo Camacho, “Caballito Blanco (Oaxaca): Rock Art and Astronomy Context,” pp. 167-176.
Ralph, Ronald W., “Seminole Canyon State Historic Park: An Inventory of Rock Art Conservation,” pp. 93-97.
Smits, Lucas G.A., “Research on the Rock Art of Southern Africa in the 1980's,” pp. 11-19.
Strange, William C., “Bear Country: Likeness in Rock Art,” pp. 211-225.
Strecker, Matthias, “Rock Art Paintings of Lajasmayu, Betanzos, Department of Potosi, Bolivia,” pp. 189-210.
Turpin, Solveig A., “Speculation on the Age and Origin of the Pecos River Style, Southwest Texas,” pp. 99-122.
Veni, George, “Geologic and Management Considerations in the Preservation of the Maya Naj Tunich Paintings, Peten, Guatemala,” pp. 49-61.
Wainwright, Ian N.M. and Stone, Thomas G., “Experiments to Remove Wax Crayon from Petroglyphs in Marble,” pp. 21-33.
AIRA Volume 17: Tucson, Weaver Jr., Donald E., ed., 1992, 129 pp. (Out of print)
Bahn, Paul G., “Alice in Wonderland, or Through the Looking Glass?,” pp. 1-5.
Barabas, Bryn Marie, “Ex Situ: Conserving Rock Art Records,” pp. 6-10.
Bock, Frank and Bock, A.J., “The Birdheaded Figure of the Southwest in Psychopomp,” pp. 11-28.
Burkholder, Grace, “Clark County, Nevada, Calendrical Markers,” pp. 29-35.
Christensen, Don D., “Pre-Pueblo Rock Art in the Little Colorado River Drainage,” pp. 36-43.
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane, “Look to the Mountaintop: Rock Art of Texas Hill, Arizona,” pp. 44-55.
Kolber, Jane, “The Rock Art of the San Pedro River, Cochise County, Arizona,” pp. 56-62.
Lee, Georgia, “The Role of Drawing in Rock Art Documentation,” pp. 63-67.
Lee, Georgia and Hyder, Willam D., “Symbol and the Importance of Place: The Painted Rock of the Carrizo,” pp. 47-55.
McCreery, Pat, “Two Ritual Objects in Rock Art of the Lower Puerco, Little Colorado Region, Arizona,” pp. 68-83.
Ritter, Eric W., “A Problem of Style, Settlement, and Subsistence: Rock Art at Arroyo San Juan and Los Horconcitos, Baja California Sur, Mexico,” pp. 84-101.
Steinbring, Jack, “Phenomenal Attributes: Site Selection Factors in Rock Art,” pp. 102-113.
Stoney, Stephan A., “What Do We Know About Sheep Symbolism in Southern Nevada?,” pp. 114-123.
Strange, William C., “Touchstone: A Strong Role for Rock Art in Native American Studies,” pp. 124-129.
AIRA Volume 18: Las Vegas, Bock, Frank G., ed., 1992, 118 pp. (Out of print)
Bock, A.J. and Lee, Georgia, “Footsteps to Destruction: A Guide for Visiting and/or Recording Rock Art Sites,” pp. 23-26.
Davenport, Marietta A. Hanson, John A. and Lesko, Lawrence M., “The Rocks Remember. . . The Art of Snake Gulch,” pp. 65-70.
Dorn, Ronald I., “Paleoenvironmental Signals in Rock Varnish on Petroglyphs,” pp. 1-17.
Hedges, Ken, “The Petroglyphs of Zion Wash,” pp. 53-63.
Labadie, John Antoine, “Rock Art of Ohio: Looking into the Past and Establishing an Agenda for the Future,” pp. 105-112.
Labadie, Joseph H., “Petroglyphs and Rock Engravings in the Lower Pecos Region of Southwestern Texas and Northern Mexico,” pp. 71-80.
Ritter, Eric W. and Parkman, E. Breck, “Rock Art of the Foothills of the Northern Sierra Nevada - Southern Cascade Range Interface,” pp. 81-104.
Russ, Jon, Hyman, Marian and Rowe, Marvin W., “Dating and Chemical Analysis of Pecos River Style Petroglyphs,” pp. 35-42.
Sanger, Kay Kennedy, “Making Our Work in Rock Art Count,” pp. 19-22.
Strange, William C., “Naramata and the Eskimo Tease,” pp. 113-118.
Watchman, Alan, “Potential Methods for Dating Rock Paintings,” pp. 43-51.
Weinberger, Gay and Gordon, Mary, “A Computer Compilation of Rock Art Data in Tulare County,” pp. 27-33.
AIRA Volume 19, Price, Bock, Frank G., ed., 1993, 100 pp. (Out of print)
Bahn, Paul G., “The Rock Art of China: The Longest Known and Least Known,” pp. 1-7.
Chaffee, Scott D., Hyman, Marian and Rowe, Marvin W., “Direct Dating of Pictographs,” pp. 23-30.
Dorn, Ronald I. and Jones, Trinkle Ann, Bock, A.J. and Bock, Frank, “Preliminary Data on Radiocarbon Dating of Petroglyphs at Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona,” pp. 31-39.
Hedges, Ken and Hamann, Diane, “The Rock Art of White Tanks, Arizona,” pp. 57-69.
Hogue, Kathleen, “Conservation Measures for the Rock Art of Kachina Panel, Southeast Utah,” pp. 17-21.
Marcus, Deborah and Noxon, John, “Rock Art of the Tassili Plateau, The Sahara, Africa,” pp. 89-97.
Scheller, Donald T., “Site and Design Similarities in Rock Art And Urban Graffiti,” pp. 41-48.
Stoney, Stephan A., “Cupule Rock Art in Southern Nevada: An Analysis,” pp. 49-56.
Strange, William C., “Learning to Say Circle: The Costly Grammer of a Herd,” pp. 9-16.
Weaver Jr., Donald E., “The Rock Art of the White Mountains-Mogollan Rim Area of Eastern Arizona,” pp. 71-88.
AIRA Volume 20: Reno, Bock, Frank G., ed., 1994, 78 pp. (In stock)
Abel, Brent, “Proposed Investigations at Two Western Archaic Petroglyph Sites Near Pecos, New Mexico,” pp. 13-18.
Christensen, Don D., “Rock Art Research: Retrospect and Future Considerations,” pp. 1-6.
Greer, John, “The Painted Rock Art of Southwestern Venezuela: Context and Chronology,” pp. 45-58.
Greer, Mavis and Greer, John, “Sun River Pictographs in Central Montana,” pp. 25-33.
Hedges, Ken, “Oatman Point: New Discoveries on the Lower Gila,” pp. 7-12.
Mark, Robert and Newman, Evelyn, “Management of Petroglyph Rubbing at Two Pacific Northwest Coast Sites,” pp. 19-24.
Maxwell, T.J., “The Narrative of Pictograph, CA-VEN-314,” pp. 69-76.
Parkman, E. Breck , “Lungumari Puntilla: A Cupule Petroglyph Occurrence on the South Coast of Peru,” pp. 35-44.
Sanger, Kay, “Analyzing Border Site Use with Rock Art at Carneros Rocks,” pp. 59-67.