About Jesse Albertice MacPendleton Ballenger
Dr. Jesse Ballenger is a Principal Investigator/Project Director at EcoPlan Associates, Inc., and former president of the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society.
2016 Terminal Pleistocene Paleoindian Ecology and Demography: A View from the Southwestern United States (third author with Mary M. Prasciunas and Vance T. Holliday). In Exploring Cause and Explanation: Historical Ecology, Demography, and Movement in the American Southwest, edited by Cynthia L. Herbahn and Ann F. Ramenofsky, pp. 29-46. University of Colorado, Boulder.
2015 The Densest Concentration on Earth? Quantifying Clovis-Mammoth Associations in the San Pedro Valley, Southeastern Arizona, U.S.A. In Clovis: On the Edge of a New Understaning, edited by A. Smallwood and T. Jennings. Texas A&M University Press, College Station.
Introduction to Archaeology, Patterns in Prehistory, Lithic Analysis
Areas of Study
Great Plains, American Southwest, Midwest
Desperation Ranch: the Cave Creek Midden Site Revisited (co-Principal Iinvestigator, with Jonathan Mabry, AAHS)
St. Mary Bridge Site Condition Assessment, Montana (geoarchaeologist, with Dr. Maria Nieves Zedeño, BARA)
Luke Solar Mitigation Project, Arizona (Sr. Project Director, lithic analyst, SRI)
Murray Springs Clovis Site Condition Assessment, Arizona (Principal Investigator, SRI)
Kutoyis Archaeological Project, Montana (co-Director with Dr. Maria Nieves Zedeño, BARA)
Arizona Paleoindian and Paleoarchaic Projectile Point Survey (Organizer) (http://azpaleosurvey.pidba.org/)
Hunter-gatherer studies, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, human subsistence, extinctions, lithic technology, geochronology, CRM/global heritage management, experimental archaeology, Pokémon ecology
B.A., University of Oklahoma 1995
M.A., University of Oklahoma 1999
Ph.D., University of Arizona 2010