Publications, Presentations and Papers

BOOK

Malainey, Mary E. (2011) A Consumer’s Guide to Archaeological Science: Analytical Techniques, Manuals in Archaeological Method, Theory and Technique, Springer Science+Business Media, New York. 600 p., 135 illus., hardcover.

INVITED CONTRIBUTIONS TO A BOOK

Co-authored (with James M. Skibo) (2013) Chapter 5: Residue Analysis pp. 161-189 in Understanding Pottery Function,  Springer Science+Business Media, New York.

Malainey, M.E. (2007) Chapter 7: Fatty Acid Analysis of Archaeological Residues: Procedures and Possibilities.  In Theory and Practice of Archaeological Residue Analysis, edited by H. Barnard and J. Eerkens.  British Archaeological Reports International Series 1650. Oxford, UK.

Malainey, Mary (1998) Wascana Ware. In Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia, edited by Guy Gibbon, Garland Publishing, Inc., New York.

Malainey, Mary (1998) Mortlach Aggregate. In Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia, edited by Guy Gibbon, Garland Publishing, Inc., New York.

Malainey, M.E. (In Press) Analysis of Lipid Residues from Speigel/Killarney Bay 1 Middle Woodland Pottery.  Chapter prepared for a volume edited by Patrick Julig and David Brose on this Northern Ontario site to be published by the University of Michigan Press (31 pages).

Malainey, M. E., P. Innes and T. Figol (Submitted) Taking a Second Look: A Functional Analysis of Burned Rock Features from Eight Sites in Texas and Arizona. Chapter prepared for a volume edited by H. Hoekman-Sites and M. Raviele to be published by the University of Colorado Press (40 pages).

REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

Malainey, M. E., and Figol, T. (2016) Appendix 1: Methodology and Results of Lipid Residues Extracted from Naomikong Point and Sand Point Pottery. MCJA Supplemental Material for Woodland Pottery Function, Cooking, and Diet in the Upper Great Lakes of North America by S. Kooiman. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 41 (3): 207-203.

Skibo, J. M., M. E. Malainey and S. Kooiman (2016) Early Pottery in the North American Upper Great Lakes: Exploring Traces of Use. Antiquity 90 (353): 1226-1237.

Malainey, M, M. Álvarez, I. Briz i Godino, D. Zurro, E. Verdúni Castelló and T. Figol (2014) The use of shells as tools by hunter-gatherers in the Beagle Channel (Tierra del Fuego, South America): an ethnoarchaeological experiment. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences DOI 10.1007/s12520-014-0188-1

Skibo, J. M., M. E. Malainey and E. C. Drake (2009) Stone Boiling, Fire-cracked Rock, and Nut Oil: Exploring the Origins of Pottery Making on Grand Island. Wisconsin Archaeologist 90(1&2):132-149.

H. Barnard, S.H. Ambrose, D.E. Beehr, M.D. Forster, R.E. Lanehart, M.E. Malainey, R.E. Parr, M. Rider, C. Solazzo and R.M. Yohe II (2007) Mixed results of seven methods for organic residue analysis applied to one vessel with the residue of a known foodstuff. Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (1): 28-37.

Malainey, Mary E. (2005) The Gros Ventre/Fall Indians in Historical and Archaeological Interpretation.  The Canadian Journal of Native Studies.

Malainey, Mary E. and Malisza, Kris L. (In Press) Appendix C: Analysis of Fatty Acid Compositions of Archeological Residues from 41CV595.  In Shifting Sands and Geophytes: Geoarcheological Investigations at Paluxy Sites on Fort Hood, Texas, by G. Mehalchick, D. K. Boyd, K. W. Kibler and C. Ringstaff.  Archeological Resource Management Series Research Report No. 48, United States Army Fort Hood.

Quigg, J.M., M.E Malainey, R. Przybylski, G. Monks (2001) No bones about it: using lipid analysis of burned rock and groundstone residues to examine Late Archaic subsistence practices in South Texas. Plains Anthropologist, 46(177): 283-303.

Malainey, M.E., R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff (2001). One Person’s Food: How and Why Fish Avoidance May Affect the Settlement and Subsistence Patterns of Hunter-Gatherers. American Antiquity, 61(1): 141-161.

Malainey, M.E., R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff (1999). Identifying the Former Contents of Late Precontact Period Pottery Vessels from Western Canada using Gas Chromatography. Journal of Archaeological Science 26(4): 425-438.

Malainey, M.E., R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff (1999) The Fatty Acid Composition of Native Food Plants and Animals of Western Canada. Journal of Archaeological Science 26 (1): 83-94.

Malainey, M.E., R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff (1999) The Effects of Thermal and Oxidative Degradation on the Fatty Acid Composition of Food Plants and Animals of Western Canada: Implications for the Analysis of Archaeological Vessel Residues. Journal of Archaeological Science 26(1): 95-103.

Malainey, Mary E. and Barbara L. Sherriff (1996) Adjusting Our Perceptions: Historical and Archaeological Evidence of Winter on the Plains of Western Canada. Plains Anthropologist 41(158):333-357.

Nicholson, B.A. and Mary Malainey (1995) Sub-Ploughzone Testing at the Lowton Site (DiLv-3): The Vickers Focus Type Site in Southwest Manitoba. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 19:87-100.

EDITED PUBLICATIONS

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2015). Appendix B: Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery from the Red House, Port of Spain (Trinidad). In Red House Restoration Archaeology Report, Final Report – Phase 1 for the Period (July 1, 2013- January 31, 2015), submitted by Dr. Basil Reid. Prepared for the Office of the Parliament of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012). Appendix B: Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Burnt Clay. In Archaeological Data Recovery on Three Sites along the San Antonio River, Bexar County, Texas, – Volume II: Further Excavations at 41BX256, edited by Antonio E. Padilla and W. Nicholas Trierweiler. Prepared for the United States Army Corps of Engineers by AmaTerra Environmental, Inc., Austin.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012). Appendix D: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Archaeological Burned Rock from Site 41KM69 and Experimental Samples. In Archaeological Testing and Data Recovery at the Flatrock Road Site, 41KM69, Kimble County, Texas, by J.L. Thompson, R. P. Mauldin, S. A. Tomka and E. Oksanen. Prepared for Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archaeological Studies Program by Center for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011). Appendix H: Analysis of Lipid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock from Site 41YN452. In Root-be-Gone (41YN452): Data Recovery of Late Archaic Components in Young County, Texas, edited by J. Michael Quigg, Paul M. Matchen, Charles D. Frederick, and Roberts A. Ricklis. Prepared for the Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division, Archaeological Studies Program by TRC Environmental, Austin.

Bispham, E., S. Kane, M. MacKinnon, M. Malainey, T. Figol, C. Shelton, K. Swift and N. Wolff (2011) Atess (CH), Excavations at Acquachiara, 2009. Quaderni di Archeologia d’Abruzzo, Notiziario della Soprintendenza per I Beni Archeologici dell’Abruzzo [Archaeology Papers of Abruzzo (2009) News of Archaeology of Abruzzo 1/2009], edited by A. Pessina, pp. 246-249. All’Insegna del Giglio [Under the Banner of Lily].

Malainey, M. E. (2011) Appendix I: Analysis of Lipids Extracted from a Mano from Site 41MV135. In Final Report: Archaeological Data Recovery Investigations of Six Prehistoric Sites (41MV135, 41MV135, 41MV137, 41MV138, 41MV160, and 41MV164) Maverick County, Texas by A. Stahman, L. W. Ellis, S. Hoskins Laurence, M. A. Nash and C. D. Frederick. Document No. 100169. Prepared for Dos Republicas Coal Partnership/The North American Coal Corporation by Atkins (formerly PBS&J), Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Appendix G: Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Archaeological Burned Rock and Pottery Residues from Sites in Potter County, Texas. In Landis Property: Data Recovery at Three Prehistoric Sites (41PT185, 41PT186, and 41PT245), by J. M. Quigg, C. D. Frederick, P. M. Matchen and K. G. DuBois, pp.791-826. TRC Report No. 150832, Prepared for Bureau of Land Management, Albuquerque, New Mexico by TRC Environmental Corporation, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from the Main Ridge Site. In Main Ridge 2006 Research Project: Condition Assessments, Test Excavations, and Data Analysis for the UNLV 2006 Field School, by Karen G. Harry. Prepared for the Lake Mead National Recreation Area by Department of Anthropology & Ethnic Studies and Public Lands Institute, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Appendix F: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Archaeological Rock and Lithic Tool Residues. In Hunters and Gatherers of the North Bosque River Valley: Excavations at the Baylor, Britton, McMillan, and Higginbotham Sites, Waco Lake, McLennan County, Texas, by Gemma Mehalchick and Karl W. Kibler. Reports of Investigations, Number 156.  Prepared for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District, by Prewitt and Associates, Austin, Texas.

Kalasz, S. M., C. A. Anderson, B. Gibson, M. D. McFaul, V. M. Bryant, M. E. Malainey with contribution by D. N. Walker (2008) Mitigative Excavations at the Ridgegate Site (5DA1000) in the Vicinity of the Interstate 25/Ridgegate Parkway Interchange, Douglas County, Colorado. Colorado Department of Transportation Archaeological Research Series No. 12, Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Appendix F: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from 41MM341. In Data Recovery Excavations at the J. B. White Site (41MM341), Milam County, Texasby E. F. Gadus, R. C. Fields and K. W. Kibler. Reports of Investigations No. 145, Archaeological Studies Program No. 87. Prewitt and Associates, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2005) Chapter II.5: Analysis of Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues at 48SW2590. In The Maxon Ranch and Nomad Sites: Data Recovery Excavations at Two Sites in Sweetwater County, Wyoming by K. J. Pool and C. L. Graham. Prepared for Questar Pipeline Company, BLM Cultural Resource Use Permit No. 444-WY-AR02 by Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2005) Chapter III.4: Analysis of Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock Residues at 48SW9204. In The Maxon Ranch and Nomad Sites: Data Recovery Excavations at Two Sites in Sweetwater County, Wyomingby K. J. Pool and C. L. Graham. Prepared for Questar Pipeline Company, BLM Cultural Resource Use Permit No. 444-WY-AR02 by Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Appendix VIII: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock from the Arroyo de la Presa Site (41PS800) Trans-Pecos Texas. In The Arroyo de la Presa Site: A Stratified Late Prehistoric Campsite Along the Rio Grande, Presidio County, Trans-Pecos Texas, by W. A. Cloud. Reports in Contract Archaeology 9, Centre for Big Bend Studies, Sul Ross State University, Archeological Studies Program Report 56, Texas Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Division.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Appendix F: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from 41MM340. In Data Recovery Excavations at 41MM430: A Late Archaic Site along Little River in Milam County, Texas, by R. D. Mahoney, S. Tompka, R. P. Mauldin, H. J. Shafer, L. C. Nordt, R. D. Greaves and R. R. Galdeano. Environmental Affairs Division, TxDOT Archaeological Studies Program Report #54, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, Archaeological Survey Report #340, San Antonio, TX

Malainey, M. and K. Malisza (2003) Chapter III.7: Analysis of Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues at 48CO2672. In WIC Medicine Bow Lateral Loop Construction in Laramie, Platte, and Converse Counties, Wyoming, and Data Recovery on 48CO2672, Converse County, Wyoming, by K. J. Pool.  Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., BLM Cultural Resource Permit #004-WY/NE-SR99.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2002) Chapter 28: Lipid Residues. In Across the Desert Floor: Cultural Resource Investigations along US 54, Otero County, New Mexico, edited by J. A. Railey. TRC Albuquerque, New Mexico Project 33639, NMCRIS 80947.

Malainey, M. E. and K. L. Malisza (2002) Appendix C: Lipid Residue Analysis. In Archaeological Data Recovery Excavations along Becerra Creek (41WB556), Webb County, Texas, by R. D. Mahoney, R. P. Mauldin and S. Tompka. Environmental Affairs Division, TxDOT Archaeological Studies Program Report #44, Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, Archaeological Survey Report #321, San Antonio, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and K. L. Malisza  (2002) Appendix B: Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Archeological Residues. In Data Recovery at the Armstrong Site (41CW54), Caldwell County Texas, Volume 2 Cultural Interpretations, by E. A. Schroeder. TAC Permit 2250, PPA Cultural Resource Report 0330, Paul Price Associates, Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (2002) Appendix: Lipid Residue Analysis. In Testing and Data Recovery of Burned Rock Features In Sites on Otero Mesa, New Mexico, edited by M. Quigg, M. Sechrist and G. Smith. Directorate of Environment, Conservation Division, Fort Bliss, Contract No. DABT51-D-97-043,. TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., El Paso, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and K. L. Malisza (2002) Appendix: Lipid Residue Analysis. In The Boiler Site (41WB557): Utilization of an Upland Setting Over the Last 4200 Years, Webb County, Texas, by J.M. Quigg, S. Pritchard and G. Smith. TAC Permit Nos. 2315 and 2397, TRC Technical Report # 27277. TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (2001) Appendix F: Lipid Residue Analysis. In Archeological Investigations along the Williams Waste Water Interceptor, City of Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, pp. 1-13, edited by E.R. Oksanen and E.A. Schroeder. TAC Permit 1917, PPA Cultural Resource Report 0240, Paul Price Associates, Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (2000) Appendix K: Lipid Residue Analysis. In Data Recovery at 41ZP364: An Upland Campsite at Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, Texas, pp. 331-345, by J.M. Quigg and C. Cordova. TRC Technical Report # 22317. TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (2000) Appendix D: Lipid Residue Analysis. In The Lino Site: A Stratified Late Archaic Campsite in a terrace of the San Idelfonzo Creek, Webb County, Southern Texas, pp. 407-436, by J.M. Quigg, C. Lintz, G. Smith and S. Wilcox. TRC Technical Report # 23756. TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (1999) Appendix B: Analysis of Burned Rock Residues from Site 41ZP176, Zapata County, Texas. In: Archaeological monitoring at Upland 41ZP39 and 41ZP176 for TransTexas Gas Well site USA #3, Falcon Reservoir, Zapata County, by J.M. Quigg. TRC Mariah Associates, Technical Report No. 23224. TRC Mariah Associates, Inc., Austin, TX.

Malainey, Mary E. (1995) The Lozinsky Site: A Late Precontact Bison Processing Camp. In Saskatoon Archaeological Society, Occasional Paper No.1, pp. 73-205, edited by D. Meyer and C. Ramsey, Saskatoon Archaeological Society, Saskatoon.

Malainey, Mary E. (1995) Functional Analysis of Precontact Pottery from West_Central Canada. Manitoba Archaeological Journal, 5(2):60-86.

Malainey, Mary (1995) A Comment on “The Hidatsa in Manitoba.” Manitoba Archaeological Journal 5(1):27-30.

PRESENTED PAPERS

But Did They Eat Their Greens? Evidence of Plants in the Pottery of Northern Plains Bison Hunters and their Neighbors by M. Malainey and T. Figol. 82th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, BC, April 2017.

Edible Wild Plants from Manitoba (or Things a Hungry Archaeologist Can Try in a Pinch or a Curious Archaeologist Can Try for Fun) by M. Malainey. Manitoba Archaeological Society Conference, Melitat, MB, September 2016.

Rural Museum Archaeological Outreach at Brandon University: The First Year by M. Malainey. Association of Manitoba Museums Conference, Winnipeg, MB, October 2015

Inventing a Wheel: Rural Museum Archaeological Outreach at Brandon University by M. Malainey. Manitoba Archaeological Society Conference, Winnipeg, MB, September 2015

Addressing the Challenges of Developing a Standardized System for the Morphological and Functional Analysis of Archaeological Pottery by M. E. Malainey, J. M. Skibo and T. Figol. 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, CA, April 2015.

The Challenges of Creating an Interactive, On-line Database of Archaeological Pottery, by M. Malainey and T. Figol. Manitoba Archaeological Society Conference, Brandon, October 2014. 

The Adoption of Pottery in the Midwestern United States, by J. Skibo, M. Malainey and S. Kooiman. XVII World Union International de Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques. Burgos, Spain, September 2014.

Using Computer-Assisted Design and Information Sharing to Enhance Our Study of Archaeological Pottery Vessels and the People Who Made Them, by M. Malainey, J. Skibo and T. Figol. 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TX, April 2014.

Computer-Assisted Design, Information Sharing and the Future of Archaeological Pottery Analysis, by M. Malainey and T. Figol. Manitoba Archaeological Society Conference, Portage La Prairie, September 2013.

Paleodietary Implications from Starch, Lipid and Phytolith Analysis: A Case from the Kansas City Hopewell by M. J. Adair, N. Duncan, R. Lusteck, M. Malainey and L. Perry. 70th Annual Meeting of the Plains Anthropological Society, Saskatoon, October 2012.

An Analysis of Partially Reconstructed Aboriginal Pottery from Lac Seul, by M. Malainey, B. Hyslop and T. Figol. 51st Annual Conference of the Manitoba Archaeological Society, Sioux Lookout, September 2012.

Functional Analysis of Partially Reconstructed Vessels from Western Canada by M. E. Malainey and T. Figol. 77nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MO, April 2012.

The Contribution of Residue Analysis to the Functional Analysis of Vessels, Tools and Features, October 2011. 5oth Annual Conference of the Manitoba Archaeological Society, Winnipeg, MB, October 2011,

Taking a Second Look: Results of the Re-analysis of Archaeological Lipid Residues from North America and Beyond, by M. E. Malainey, P. J. Innes and T. J. Figol. 75nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MO, April 2010.

What’s For Supper: The Contents of a Complete Vessel Found in Southeast New Mexico, by D. H. M. Boggess, D. V. Hill, L. Scott Cummings, C. Yost and M. Malainey. 75nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, St. Louis, MO, April 2010.

Analysis of Lipid Residues from Speigel/Killarney Bay 1 Middle Woodland Pottery. Canadian Archaeological Association 40th Annual Meeting, Thunder Bay, ON, May 2009.

Results of the Analysis of Residues from Ceramic Vessels and Altar Surfaces. Workshop on the East Cemetery at Leptiminus, Winnipeg, MB, March 2009.

Stone Boiling, Fire Cracked Rock, and Nut Oil: Exploring the Origins of Pottery Making on Grand Island. By J. M. Skibo and M. Malainey.  Midwest Archaeological Conference, Notre Dame, IN, Oct. 2007.

Fatty Acid Analysis of Archaeological Vessel, Rock and Feature Soil Residues from Hunter-Gatherer Sites. Canadian Archaeological Association 40th Annual Meeting, St. John’s, NL, May 2007. 

Why Pottery? A Perspective from the Upper Great Lakes, by J. M. Skibo and M. Malainey. 72nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, TX, April 2007. 

Revisiting the Residues: Using GC/MS to Clarify Characterizations, 2005 Chacmool Conference, Calgary, November 1996.

Where Has the Meat Gone?, by Mike Quigg and M. Malainey. 63rd Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Edmonton, AB, October 2005.

Fatty Acid Analysis of Archaeological Residues: Procedures and Possibilities, invited participant in “Theory and Practice of Archaeological Residue Analysis” symposium, 70th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Salt Lake City, Utah, March-April, 2005.

Assessing the Fatty Acid Analysis of Residues Extracted from Thermally-Altered Rock and Groundstone. 62ndAnnual Plains Anthropological Conference, Billings, Montana

Assessing the Function of Precontact Aboriginal Pottery from Western Canada. Canadian Archaeological Association 37rd Annual Meeting, Winnipeg, AB, May 2004.

The Pots of Their Lives: Examining Form and Function in Precontact Aboriginal Pottery from Western Canada. Invited Presenter of the 2004 Jessie Caldwell Memorial Lecture, Saskatoon Archaeological Society, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, March 2004.

Western Canadian Aboriginal Pottery Function: Southern Saskatchewan Sites.  61st Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Fayetteville, Arkansas, October 2003.

Western Canadian Aboriginal Pottery I: Vessels from the Parkland and Forests of Saskatchewan and Southeastern Manitoba. Canadian Archaeological Association 36rd Annual Meeting, Hamilton, ON, May 2003.

Precontact Pottery Form and Function in Western Canada. 60th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, October 2002.

Lipid Analysis of Archaeological Residues using Gas Chromatography [Poster].  Precontact Native Ceramics of the Northeastern Plains and Adjacent Areas, Winnipeg, MB, February 2002.

Studying the Effect of Fat Depletion of Large Herbivores on Archaeological Residues: A Specialist Thesis In Progress, by J. Perrin and M. Malainey.  APALA Conference, Saskatoon, SK, February 2002.

Archaeological Residue Identification Criteria Validity and the Analysis of Samples from Possible Earth Ovens from Northwest Nebraska. 59th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, October 31-November 3, 2001.

The Key to Identifying Archaeological Fatty Acid Residues, by M. Malainey, K. L. Malisza, R. Przybylski and G. Monks. Canadian Archaeological Association 34rd Annual Meeting, Banff, AB, May 2001.

Developing a General Method for Identifying Archaeological Residues on the Basis of Fatty Acid Composition, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and G. Monks. Joint Midwest Archaeological & Plains Anthropological Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota, November 2000.

Refining and Testing the Criteria for Identifying Archaeological Lipid Residues using Gas Chromatography, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and G. Monks. Canadian Archaeological Association 33rd Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, May 2000.

The Development and Application of a Technique for Identifying Archaeological Residues Using Gas Chromatography. Invited paper presented to the Department of Anthropology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, April 2000.

When Bison in the Womb are Better than Fish in the Bush. Invited paper presented to the Department of Anthropology, University of Winnipeg, March 2000.

The Analysis of Archaeological Lipid Residues Using Gas Chromatography. Invited paper presented to the Department of Anthropology, University of Winnipeg, March 2000.

Identifying Archaeological Lipid Residues using Gas Chromatography, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and G. Monks. 11th Annual Workshops in Archaeometry, Archaeometry Research Graduate Group, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, February 2000.

Recent Advances in the Identification of Archaeological Lipid Residues using Gas Chromatography, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and G. Monks. 57th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 1999.

Lipid Analysis of Archaeological Residues using Gas Chromatography [Poster]. 57th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, October 1999.

Interpreting organic residues from pottery and other artifacts from archaeological sites. Archaeology and the New Methodologies, invited speaker at a symposium sponsored by the Saskatchewan Association of Professional Archaeologists and the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, January 1999.

The Analysis and Identification of Lipid Residues from the Late Precontact Pottery of Western Canada using High Performance Gas Chromatography, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff. 55th Annual Plains Anthropological Conference, Boulder, Colorado, November 1997.

The Identification of Residues from Late Precontact Cooking Pots from Western Canada using Gas Chromatography, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff. Manitoba Archaeological Society Conference, Brandon, Manitoba, September 1997.

The Results of Using Cooking Pot Residues To Test Settlement and Subsistence Patterns Hypothesized for Late Precontact Hunter_Gatherers from Western Canada, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff. Canadian Archaeological Association 30th Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, May 1997.

The Analysis of Lipid Residues from the Late Precontact Pottery of Western Canada Using High Performance Gas Chromatography: Procedures and Possibilities, by M. Malainey, R. Przybylski and B.L. Sherriff. Canadian Archaeological Association 30th Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, May 1997.

Letting Your Stomach Be Your Guide: Late Precontact Settlement and Subsistence Strategies in Western Canada, by M. Malainey and B.L. Sherriff, 1996 Chacmool Conference, Calgary, November 1996.

To Eat or Not to Eat: Precontact Subsistence in Western Canada. Archaeology Month Public Presentations, sponsored by the University of Manitoba Department of Anthropology, June 1995.

To Eat or Not to Eat: Fish Avoidance as a Method of Discriminating Plains from Parkland Adaptation, by M. Malainey and B.L. Sherriff, Canadian Archaeological Association 28th Annual Meeting. Kelowna, May 1995.

TECHNICAL PAPERS (sample)

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2017) Analysis of Archaeological Lipid Residues Extracted from Schultz site Pottery. Prepared for Dr. James Skibo, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2017) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Early Late Woodland Pottery from the Sharp site, Western Iowa. Prepared for Meagan Thies (Advisor: Dr. James Skibo), Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2016) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Groundstone and Flaked Stone Artifacts and Associated Sediment from Site 48TE414, Wyoming. Prepared for the Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist, Laramie, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2016) Analysis of Lipid Residues Non-Destructively Extracted from the Interior of an El Paso Polychrome Jar. Prepared for Statistical Research, Inc., Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2016) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Burnt Caliche from the Double Eagle Data Recovery Project, Project Number 13079.09. Prepared for Marron and Associates, Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2016) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Archaeological Pottery from the Junction Site, DkPi-2. Prepared for Lifeways of Canada, Limited, Calgary, AB.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2016) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Grooved Mauls from Sites in Alberta. Prepared for the Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, AB.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2015) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Archaeological Rocks from Site 5EP7248, El Paso County, Colorado. Prepared for Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc., Boulder, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2015) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Oneota and Mississippian Simple and Deep Rimmed Bowls. Prepared for Jodie O’Gorman, Ph.D., Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2015) Analysis of the Lipid Compositions of Residues Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock from Eddy County. Prepared for Marron and Associates, Inc., Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M. E., and T. Figol (2015) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from a Body Sherd from Site 13ML176, Mills County, Iowa. Prepared for John Cordell, Office of the State Archaeologist, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2015) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Archaeological Pottery from site FlPn-5, Lac La Nonne, Alberta. Prepared for AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Edmonton, AB.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2014) Analysis of the Lipid Compositions of Hearth Stone Residues from Barnhill Rockshelter #3 (41CV1646). Prepared for C. Macaulay-Jameson, Dept. of Anthropology, Baylor University, Waco, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2014) Analysis of the Lipid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock Residues from Site 41BL278. Prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2014) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery from Site FdOt-32, Enbridge Athabasca Pipeline Twinning Project, Spread 4. Prepared for Stantec Consulting, Calgary, AB

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2013) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Obsidian Tools from Sites HcTo-1 and HdTo-7. Prepared for Rescan Environmental Services, Vancouver, BC.

Malainey and Figol (2013) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery from Site 41FK148, the Big Cypress Creek Data Recovery Project. Prepared for SWCA Environmental Consultants, Austin, TX

Malainey and Figol (2013) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Feature Rocks from the CIG Raton Pipeline Mitigation Project. Prepared for Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Ft. Collins, CO

Malainey and Figol (2013) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Archaeological Samples from Sites 20OT3 and 20OT283. Prepared for Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc., Jackson, MI

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rocks from Site 41DL436. Prepared for AmaTerra Environmental, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rocks from Site 41LN4114 on the Ruby Pipeline Project. Prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery. Prepared for Dr. James Skibo and Susan Kooiman, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Normal, Illinois.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery and Worked Shale. Prepared for Dr. Mary J. Adair, Senior Curator, Archaeology Research Center, University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Pottery. Prepared for Aaron Woods, Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rocks from Site 48SU962. Prepared for High Plains Macrobotanical Services, Cheyenne, WY

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of the Lipid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Leptiminus, Modern town of Lamta, Tunisia and Degraded Experimental Residues of Possible Grave Offerings. Prepared for Dr. Lea Stirling, Department of Classics, University of Manitoba (79 manuscript pages)

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from a Potsherd from Site 48LN2041. Prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2012) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Burnt Clay. Prepared for Ecological Communications Corporation, Austin, Texas

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock from Site 42DA996 of the WIC Kanda Project. Prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Lipid Analysis of Reference Cooking Residues Extracted from Replica African Ceramics. Report prepared for Kent Fowler, Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipid Residues Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rocks from Site 41DL436.  Report prepared for Ecological Communications Corporation, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Ceramics from PV Ruin-Peoria. Report prepared for Logan Simpson Design, Inc., Tempe, AZ.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from a Metate Fragment from Site 5MF6871, Powder Wash 44 (Project 08-WAS-448B). Report prepared for Western Archaeological Services, Inc. Rock Springs, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Groundstone Tools from Site 5MF6875, Powder Wash 48 (Project 08-WAS-452A). Report prepared for Western Archaeological Services, Inc. Rock Springs, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from a Metate Fragment from Site 48CR5699, (Project 09-WAS-005). Report prepared for Western Archaeological Services, Inc. Rock Springs, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2011) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Historic Glass Bottles.  Report prepared for Eric C. Drake, Hiawatha National Forest, Escanaba, MI.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Burned Caliche and Pottery from Santa Teresa, NM – Union Pacific Railroad Project (Project 1203) Sites.  Report prepared for Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rock from Site LA159599, Project LMAS 1195. Report prepared for Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock from Site 48FR1711 of the Bitter Creek Pipeline Project, Lost Cabin to Madden Project. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock from Site 3HS28, Arkansas. Report prepared for M. B. Trubitt, Arkansas Archaeological Survey, Arkadelphia, Arkansas.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2010) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Grooved Mauls from Sites in Alberta. Report prepared for the Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton, Alberta.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-Altered Rock, Shell and Sediment from Lanashuaia II, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. Report prepared for D. Zurro, Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology, Institució Milà i Fontanals, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Barcelona.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock Collected from Site 48FR1419 of the Bitter Creek Pipeline Project. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock Collected from WIC Kanda Project Sites. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-cracked Rock Collected from WIC Piceance Pipeline Project Sites. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-Cracked Rock and Pottery from Project 1077 Sites. Report prepared for Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M. E. and T. Figol (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Burned Caliche from Site LA 99434. Report prepared for Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M.E. (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Fire-Modified Rocks from Site 41WH241. Report prepared for Equinox Research and Consulting International, Concrete, WA.

Malainey, M. E. (2009) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Sandstone Fragments from the New Fork House Pit Site, 48SU5084. Report prepared for Western Archaeological Services, Rock Springs, WY.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from an Archaeological Hearth Rock from Site 48CR6357. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Analysis of Lipids Extracted from Archaeological Burned Rock and Pottery Residues from site in Potter County, TX. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from Site 41CW104. Report prepared for PBS&J, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2008) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from Oak Hill NRHP Testing, Site 41RK468. Report prepared for PBS&J, Austin, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock Residues from Site 41MS69. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery from the Cerro Pomo and Cox Ranch Great Houses. Report prepared for Melissa Elkins, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Experimental Residues.  Report prepared for Centre for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock from Site 41KM69.  Report prepared for Centre for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Leptiminus, Modern town of Lamta, Tunisia. Report prepared for Lea Stirling, Department of Classics, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock Residues from the Granberg site, 41BX17. Report prepared for Centre for Archaeological Research, The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX.

Malainey M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Fire-cracked Rock Residues from Sites 48CR1229 and 48AB18. Report prepared for SWCA Environmental Consultants, Broomfield, CO.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock Residues from Site 41YN452. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock and Tool Residues from Site 41TV2161. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Caliche and Tool Residues from Sites on the Fort Bliss Military Reservation, Texas. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, El Paso, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from 41ZV202. Report prepared for Centre for Archaeological Research, UTSA, San Antonio, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from U.S. 60 Superior to Florence Junction Project Sites. Report prepared for Statistical Research Inc., Tucson, AZ.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery and Fire-Cracked Rock Residues. Report prepared for J. Skibo, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from Stone Rainbow 16-30 Well Pad (48SU5459). Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Site 20IS244, Iosco County, Michigan. Report prepared for The Mannik and Smith Group, Maumee, OH.

Malainey, M. E. (2007) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Residues from Archaeological Cave Features and Natural Cave Deposits and Experimental Residues. Report prepared for Lara Homsey, Department of Geosciences, Murray State University, Murray, KY.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from 5MR725, Morgan County, Colorado. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of an Archaeological Rock Residues from 48CR8162, Carbon County, Wyoming. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, CO.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Late Woodland Pottery Residues from Nelson River sites in Northern Manitoba. Report prepared for Kevin Brownlee, Curator of Archaeology, The Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg, MB.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Fatty Acid Residue Analysis of a Ground Stone Tool from Site LA 119407. Report prepared for SWCA Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Site 41AU38. Report prepared for Larkin Hood, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Peter Pond Lake, Northern Saskatchewan. Report prepared for Patrick Young, Department of Archaeology, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock Residues from Site 41TR170, Tarrant County. Report prepared for Geo-Marine, Inc., Plano, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock/Caliche, Pottery and Tool Residues from Sites on FortBliss Military Reservation, Texas. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, El Paso, TX.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Sites 41AU38, 41GV66 and 41LB4. Report prepared for Larkin Hood, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.

Malainey, M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock and Lithic Tool Residues from 41ML37, 41ML162 and 41ML195. Report prepared for Prewitt and Associates, Inc., Austin, TX.

Malainey M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Earthoven Rock Residues from Site 48FR5305, Wind River Basin. Report prepared for Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, CO.

Malainey M. E. (2006) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Site 5DA1957, Douglas County, Colorado.  Report prepared for Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

Malainey M. E. (2005) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from the Gatlin Site, 41KR621, Kerrville, Texas. Report prepared for SWCA Environmental Consultants, Austin, TX.

Malainey M. E. (2005) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from 1RU61. Report prepared for J.A. Blakney-Bailey, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Malainey M. E. (2005) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from Feature 36-8, Site 41WM1012. Report prepared for PBS&J, Austin, TX.

Malainey M. E. (2005) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of the Archaeological Residue Extracted from the Clegg Steatite Vessel, AshleyNational Forest.  Report prepared for Ashley National Forest, Vernal, UT.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues Extracted from Rock from 41EP2863. Report prepared for Geo-Marine Incorporated, El Paso, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock and Groundstone Residues from TRC Mariah Project No. 35913. Report prepared for TRC Mariah, Laramie, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from TRC Mariah Project No. 38686, Part 2. Report prepared for TRC Mariah, Laramie, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery and Rock Residues from the Varga site, 41ED28. Report prepared for TRC Environmental, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues Extracted from Aboriginal Pottery from Waterton Lakes National Park. Report prepared for Parks Canada Agency, Calgary, Alberta.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of the Residue Extracted from a Fire-Cracked Rock from AZ U:10:002 For the AT&T NexGen/Core Project. Report prepared for Western Cultural Resource Management, Inc. Farmington, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues Extracted from Aboriginal Pottery from Elk Island National Park. Report prepared for Parks Canada Agency, Elk Island National Park, Alberta.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from TRC Mariah Project No. 38686 Report prepared for TRC Mariah, Laramie, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Residues Extracted from Soil. Report prepared for Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska

Malainey, M. E. (2004) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from 41MM341, Milam County, Texas. Report prepared for Prewitt and Associates, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological and Experimental Residues from Soapstone Bowls. Report prepared for R. Adams, Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Residues from Bedrock Mortar # 2, Site # 3, Texas. Report prepared for D. Potter, Texas Historical Commission, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock Residues from the Nomad site (48SW9204), Wyoming. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock Residues from the Sarah Gulch site (5DA1564), Colorado. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Burned Rock Residues from Maxon Ranch (48SW2590), Wyoming. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Site 32ML903, near Washburn, North Dakota. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc., Bismarck, North Dakota.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Residues Extracted from Rock from Sites LA 134275, LA 45863 and LA 134277. Report prepared for Mesa Field Services, Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Site LA 84982, Eddy County, New Mexico. Report prepared for Mesa Field Services, Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of A Residue Extracted from Rock, Eddy County, New Mexico. Report prepared for Mesa Field Services, Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Samples from 41EP3201, 41EP3096 and 41EP3211, Fort Bliss Military Reservation, Fort Bliss, Texas. Report prepared for TRC Customer-Focused Solutions, El Paso, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Residues Extracted from Ground Stone Implements, Site 5DA1008, Douglas County, Colorado. Report prepared for Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Burned Rock Samples from 41CV413, Central Texas. Report prepared for TRC Mariah Associates, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M.E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Rock Residues from Site 5EP211. Report prepared for Centennial Archaeology, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Site 25VY1, Nebraska.  Report prepared for Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Washed and Unwashed Samples from Site 41MM341, Little River Project.  Report prepared for Centre of Archaeological Research, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. (2003) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from Site 41TT13 (Alex Justiss), Titus County, East Texas.  Report prepared for PBS&J, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, Mary E. (2002) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Pottery Residues from the Duncan (34WA2) and Little Deer (34CU10) sites. Report prepared for F. Suffridge, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Malainey, M. E. (2002) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Samples from Sites in the Hueco Bolson, Fort Bliss Military Reservation. Report prepared for TRC Customer-Focused Solutions, El Paso, Texas.

Malainey, Mary E. (2002) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from 41BL116 and Experimental Cooking Residues of Rabdotus species snail. Report prepared for Andrew F. Malof, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2002) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from AZ FF:10:22 (ASM), Southeastern Arizona.  Report prepared for Ecological Communications Corporation, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, M. E. and K.L. Malisza (2002) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Compositions of Archaeological Residues from Sites 39CU2713, 39CU2752, 39CU586, 39CU590, 39CU578 and 39CU589. Report prepared for Archaeology Laboratory, Augusta College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Malainey, Mary E. (2001) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Archaeological Residues from 41BT37. Report prepared for Lower Colorado River Authority, Texas.

Malainey, M.E. and K.L. Malisza (2001) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Fire-Cracked Rock Residues from Eastern Wyoming, Sites 48CO2672, 48PL1221, 48PL1225 and 48SU1753. Report prepared for Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Eagle, Colorado.

Malainey, Mary (2000) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of the Black Goo on a Swan River Chert fragment from the Hugo Dosch site (EgOl-1). Technical report prepared for A.Beaudoin and B. Dawe, Provincial Museum of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Malainey, Mary (2000) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of a Vessel Residue from GlMw-6. Technical report prepared for M. Hanna, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Malainey, Mary (2000) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Burned Rock Residues from Site 41WN40, Texas. Technical report prepared for Paul Price Associates, Austin, Texas.

Malainey, Mary (2000) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of Pottery Vessel Residues from Ndondondwane, South Africa. Technical report prepared for K. Fowler, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta.

Malainey, Mary (1999) Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of a Bird Lake vessel residue from the Margaret Lake 2B site (EaKw-30), Southeastern Manitoba. Technical report prepared for D. Deck, Department of Anthropology, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba.