Goodale, Nathan and William Andrefsky Jr. (Editors)
2015 Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory. Cambridge University Press.
Review by Huw S. Groucutt in Antiquity 89: 1512-1514, 2015
Elfström, Petra, Nathan Goodale, Alissa Nauman, Janet Oppedisano, Greg Lord, Forrest Warner, Dave Tewksbury 2018. Archaeology at the river narrows: Indigenous occupation of the Slocan Valley. Digital Humanities Initiative, Hamilton College. Vimeo vimeo.com/manage/346457275/general
Quinn, Colin P., Ian Kuijt, Nathan Goodale, John O’Neil. 2019 Multi-scalar Investigations of Later Bronze Age Small Island Landscapes: Chronological Anchors and Occupational Organization along the Irish Atlantic Façade. European Journal of Archaeology 22(1): 44-66.
Goodale, Nathan, Madeleine Bassett*, David G. Bailey, Ryan Lash, Ian Kuijt. 2018 Early Medieval seascape in Western Ireland and Geochemistry of Ecclesiastical cross stones. Special issue titled “Geography on a Human Scale: Global Case Studies Exploring Landscape Archaeology” edited by Lisa M. Fontes* and Rachel A. Horowitz* Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 19:894-902.
Newlander, Khori, Nathan Goodale, George T. Jones and David G. Bailey
2015 Empirical study of the effect of count time on the precision and accuracy of pXRF data. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 3:534-548.
Andrefsky, William Jr. and Nathan Goodale
2015 Lithic technology under the evolutionary tent. In N. Goodale and W. Andrefsky Jr. (eds) Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory, pp. 1-26. Cambridge University Press.
Goodale, Nathan William Andrefsky Jr., Curtis Osterhoudt, Lara Cueni, Ian Kuijt
2015 Cultural transmission and the production of material goods: Evolutionary pattern and measuring morphology. In N. Goodale and W. Andrefsky Jr. (eds) Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory, pp 239-252. Cambridge University Press.
Prentiss, Anna M., Nathan Goodale, Lucile E. Harris, and Nicole Crossland
2015 Evolution of the slate tool industry at Bridge River, British Columbia. N. Goodale and W. Andrefsky Jr. (eds) Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory, pp 267-292. Cambridge University Press.
Chesson, Meredith and Nathan Goodale
2014 Population Aggregation, Residential Storage and Socioeconomic Inequality at Early Bronze Age Numayra. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 35:117-134.
Goodale, Nathan, David G. Bailey, Theodore Fondak, Alissa Nauman
2013 iTrowel: Mobile devices as transformative technology in archaeological field research. The SAA Archaeological Record 13:18-22.
Goodale, Nathan, David G. Bailey, George T. Jones, Catherine Prescott, Elizabeth Scholz, Nick Stagliano, Chelsea Lewis
2012 pXRF: A study of inter-instrument performance. Journal of Archaeological Science 39:875-883.
Goodale, Nathan, George T. Jones, and Charlotte Beck
2011 Natural selection and material culture. Evolution: Education and Outreach 4:427-434.
Goodale, Nathan, Heather Otis, Andrefsky, William Jr., Ian Kuijt, Bill Finlayson, Ken Bart
2010 Sickle blade life-history and the transition to agriculture: an early Neolithic case study from Southwest Asia. Journal of Archaeological Science 37:1192-1201.
Kuijt, Ian, Ryan Lash, Michael Gibbins, Nathan Goodale, Jim Higgins,
2010 Reconsidering Early Medieval coastal seascapes: New insights from Inis Airc, Co. Galway, Ireland. Journal of Irish Archaeology 19:51-71.
Kuijt, Ian and Nathan Goodale
2009. Daily Practice and the Organization of Space at the Dawn of Agriculture: A Case Study from the Near East. American Antiquity. 74:403-422.
Goodale, Nathan B., Ian Kuijt, Shane Macfarlan, Curtis Osterhoudt, Bill Finlayson
2008 Lithic Core Reduction Techniques: Modeling Expected Diversity. In Lithic Technology: Measure of Production, Use and Curation. Edited by William Andrefsky Jr. pp. 317-336. Cambridge University Press.
Goodale, Nathan B., Ian Kuijt, and Anna M. Prentiss
2008 The Demography of Prehistoric Fishing-Hunting People: A Case Study of the Upper Columbia Area. In Recent Advances in Paleodemography: Data, Techniques, and Patterns, edited by Jean-Pierre Bocquet-Appel pp. 179-208. Springer Verlag.
Goodale, Nathan B., Ian Kuijt, and Bill Finlayson
2007 Chipped Stone Variability: An Overview of the PPNA Lithic Assemblage from Dhra‘, Jordan. In: Systems Techniques et Communautes du Neolithique Preceramique au Proche-Orient. Edited by L. Astruc, D. Binder and F. Briois, pp. 63-74. APDCA, Antibes
Kuijt, Ian and Nathan B. Goodale
2007 Lithic Technology of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A and the Late Natufian Occupations of ‘Iraq ed-Dubb, Jordan. Systems Techniques et Communautes du Neolithique Preceramique au Proche-Orient. Edited by L. Astruc, D. Binder and F. Briois, pp. 51-62. APDCA, Antibes.
Kuijt, Ian and Nathan B. Goodale
2006 Chronological Frameworks and Disparate Technology: An Exploration of Chipped Stone Variability and the Forager/Farmer Transition at ‘Iraq ed-Dubb, Jordan. Paléorient 32(1):27-45.
Prentiss, William C., Michael P. Lenert, Tom A. Foor, Nathan B. Goodale
2005 The Emergence of Complex Hunter-Gatherers on the Canadian Plateau: A Response to Hayden. American Antiquity 70(1): 175-180.
Goodale, Nathan B., William C. Prentiss and Ian Kuijt
2004 Cultural Complexity: A Case Study from the Upper Columbia Region of the Northwest. In Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America. Edited by W.C. Prentiss and I. Kuijt, pp. 36-48, Utah Press Publisher.
Prentiss, William C., Michael P. Lenert, Tom A. Foor, Nathan B. Goodale, Trinity Shclegel
2003 Calibrated Radiocarbon Dating at Keatley Creek: The Chronology of Occupation at a Complex Hunter-Gatherer Community. American Antiquity 68(3):632-651.
Goodale, Nathan, Ian Kuijt, and Bill Finlayson
2002 Results on the 2001 Excavation at Dhra', Jordan: Chipped Stone Technology, Typology, and Intra-Assemblage Variability. Paléorient 28(1): 125-140.
Goodale, Nathan B.
2002 Subsistence Pursuit, Living Structures and the Evolution of Hunter-Gatherer Socioeconomic Systems at the Keatley Creek Site. Journal of Northwest Anthropology 36(2):213-226.