Here is a list of the paper titles for the conference. As soon as we received all the full abstracts we will post them here.

Berryman, Stan, and Dale Frost: WHAT DOES THE COTTONWOOD SPRING PUEBLO LITHIC TOOL AND DEBITAGE COLLECTION TELL US ABOUT STONE TOOL PRODUCTION AND THE ORGANIZATION OF LA 175?

Corl, Kristin: COMMUNITY IDENTITY IN THE JORNADA: UNTANGLING PATTERNS OF AGGREGATION AND ABANDONMENT AT COTTONWOOD SPRING PUEBLO (LA 175)

Gilbert, Christine: IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AT CREEKSIDE, A CROSS CULTURAL COMPARISON

Greenwald, David: APACHE SHELTERS AT ALAMO MOUNTAIN: WICKIUP STRUCTURES AND ENIGMATIC FEATURES

Greenwald, David: ISSACKS’ RANCH FAN SURFACE AT RICOCHET VILLAGE

Hanson, Jeffery R.: LANDSCAPE ARCHAEOLOGY AT PETROGLYPH NATIONAL MONUMENT: RITUAL “HOTSPOTS” AS REFLECTED IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF FLUTEPLAYERS AND OTHER FERTILITY-RELATED MOTIFS.

Jackson Legare, Lora, and David Greenwald: IMPLICATIONS TOWARD SOCIO-ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION BASED ON ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MODIFIED SHERDS FROM RICOCHET VILLAGE, WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE

Kurota, Alexander, Thatcher Rogers, and Evan Sternberg: EASTERN MIMBRES SAN ANDRES ASPECT- ASSESSING THE EVIDENCE FOR MIMBRES INTEGRATION INTO THE JORNADA VILLAGES

 Metzler, Eric H., Carolin L Scott-Tracey, and Savannah B Porter: THE DESCRIPTIONS OF TWO NEW WHITE SPECIES OF MOTHS FROM WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT

Nayapiltzin, Xoxi: PROPORTIONALITY IN PETROGLYPHS AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR A “SACRED GEOMETRY”

Price, Joan E.: CLAY AND STONE: PETROGLYPHS AT THREE RIVERS PETROGLYPH SITE COMPARED WITH MIMBRES CERAMIC PAINTED BOWLS

 Rachal, David M., Christian Solfisburg, Alex Kurota, and Robert Dello-Russo: SHORELINE SOIL GEOMORPHOLOGY AT THE WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT, NEW MEXICO: PALEOLAKE LEVELS, SHORELINE DEFLATION, AND DUNE FIELD FORMATION

Shields, Jim: TOWARD AN ACTIVE, RESPONSIBLE FUTURE: AN ADJUNCT TO LEARNING FOR ALAMGORDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 Stokes, Robert, and Christy Tafoya: PRESERVING TULAROSA BASIN HISTORIC SITES: THE SUCCESSFUL NOMINATION OF THE OLIVER M. LEE DOG CANYON RANCH SITE TO THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES, 2015

 Walker, William H.,  Judy M. Berryman, Elizbeth Markle, and Heather Garnett: WHEN IS AN EL PASO JAR LATE?

Wasiolek, Maryann, and Jon Sandor: WATER AND SOIL MANAGEMENT IN PREHISTORIC SOUTHWESTERN AGRICULTURE

Wille, Mark: DOCUMENTING POSSIBLE PATTERNS AND MEANINGFUL PLACEMENT OF BEDROCK MORTARS IN THE JORNADA MOGOLLON REGION

Zeigler, Kate, David Rachal, Brooklyn Armijo, Peter Reser, Robin Cordero, Gary Morgan, William Godby, and Ethan Williams:FIRST OCCURRENCE OF THE AMERICAN MASTODON MAMMUT FROM PLEISTOCENE PALEOLAKE OTERO, WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, TULAROSA BASIN, SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO