Dombrosky, J., T. F. Turner, A. Harris, and E. L. Jones (2022) Body Size from Unconventional Specimens: A 3D Geometric Morphometrics Approach to Fishes from Ancestral Pueblo Contexts. Journal of Archaeological Science 142:105600. (Selected for editor’s spotlight.) Link

Dombrosky, J., A. C. Besser, E. Elliott Smith, C. Conrad, L. P. Barceló, and S. D. Newsome (2020) Resource Risk and Stability in the Zooarchaeological Record: The Case of Pueblo Fishing in the Middle Rio Grande, New Mexico. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 12:248. Link

Dombrosky, J. (2020) A ~1000-year 13C Suess Correction Model for the Study of Past Ecosystems. The Holocene 30:474-478. Link

Barker, A., J. Dombrosky, B. Venables, and S. Wolverton (2018) Taphonomy and Negative Results: An Integrated Approach to Ceramic-Bound Protein Residue Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 94:32-43. Link

Jones, E. L., J. Dombrosky, and C. S. Ainsworth (2018) New Directions in Southwestern Zooarchaeology. KIVA 84:46-50. Link

Wolverton, S., J. Dombrosky, and R. Lee Lyman (2016) Practical Significance: Ordinal Scale Data and Effect Size in Zooarchaeology. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26:255-265. Link

Dombrosky, J., S. Wolverton, and L. Nagaoka (2016) Archaeological Data Suggest Broader Early Historic Distribution for Blue Sucker (Cycleptus elongatus, Actinopterygii, Catostomidae) in New Mexico. Hydrobiologia 771:255-263. Link

Barker, A., J. Dombrosky, D. Chaput, B. Venables, S. Wolverton, and S. Stevens (2015) Validation of a Non-Targeted LC-MS Approach for Identifying Ancient Proteins: Method Development on Bone to Improve Artifact Residue Analysis. Ethnobiology Letters 6:162-174. Link

Dombrosky, J., and S. Wolverton (2014) TNR and Conservation on a University Campus: A Political Ecological Perspective. PeerJ 2:e312. Link


Wolverton S., J. Dombrosky, A. Barker (2016) Paleoethnobiology. In Introduction to Ethnobiology, edited by U. P. Albuquerque and R. R. Nóbrega Alves, pp. 25–32. Springer, New York, NY. Link

Wolverton S., J. Dombrosky, A. Barker (2014) Paleoetnobiologia. In Introdução à Etnobiologia, edited by U. P. Albuquerque. NUPEEA, Recife, Brazil. Link


(2023) Review of Birds of the Sun: Macaws and People in the U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest edited by Christopher W. Schwartz, Stephen Plog, and Patricia A. Gilman. Journal of Anthropological Research 78:534-536. Link

(2017) Review of Zooarchaeology and Field Ecology: A Photographic Atlas by Jack M. Broughton and Shawn D. Miller. Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 37:105-106. Link

(2016) Review of Applied Zooarchaeology: Five Case Studies by Steve Wolverton, Lisa Nagaoka, and Torben C. Rick. Ethnobiology Letters 7:104-105. Link

(2016) Review of Rivers, Fish, and the People: Tradition, Science, and Historical Ecology of Fisheries in the American West edited by Pei-Lin Yu. Ethnobiology Letters 7:38-41. Link

(2014) Review of Winds from the North: Tewa Origins and Historical Anthropology by Scott G. Ortman. Ethnobiology Letters 5:132-134. Link


Dombrosky, J., and Eric Gilmore (2023) Year One of Archaeofaunal Analysis at the Haynie Site (5MT1905). In Excavation and Additional Studies at The Haynie Site (5MT1905) by the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Annual Report 2022, edited by Kellam Throgmorton, Susan C. Ryan, Benjamin Bellorado, Steve Copeland, Kate Hughes, and Jamie Merewether, 45–88. Link


LaZar, M., and J. Dombrosky (2022) Exploring Raptor Exchange. In Revisiting Birds in the Southwest a special issue of Archaeology Southwest Magazine, Volume 35, Issue 1-2, edited by Katelyn J. Bishop and Christopher W. Schwartz. Link