Above: prehistoric brown bear molar tooth (very worn) from Alaska

Research Sponsored by Pacific ID (In whole or in part)

Publications resulting from research & development projects undertaken by Pacific ID.

Page 1: Zoogeography, paleozoology, zooarchaeology and ostemetry: 1990-2012
Page 2: Osteometric and genetic analyses of extinct NW Coast and Northern BC dogs: 1990-2012
Page 3: Domestication and speciation theory: 1996-2012
Page 4: Major research reports: 1996-2012, plus recent & on-going collaborations
Page 5: Publications resulting from Pacific ID contracting activities (co-authored & other authors)
Page 6: Magazine articles on Pacific ID projects or principals (other authors)

Magazine articles and other media activities regarding Pacific ID projects or principals (by other authors)

Crockford, S.J. 2012. Interview with J. Gorman, New York Times Science, "'What is' meets 'what if': the role of speculation in science" (May 24 online, in print May 29).

Crockford, S.J. 2012. Interview on CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks re: 33,000 yr old canid, Jan. 7.

Crockford, S.J. 2007. Media Tour, interviews with 18 major US TV and radio programs, with NATURE executive producer Fred Kaufman, for promotion of PBS documentary Dogs That Changed the World), April 20, NY.

Crockford, S.J., 2007. On-screen interviews (and expert consultation provided) for a two hour PBS/NATURE documentary Dogs that Changed the World, aired Spring 2007. Tigress Productions, London/WNET, New York.

Kopp, M. 2003. “A furry friendship.” YES Magazine for children, an interview with S.J. Crockford on the origin of dogs (May/June 2004 issue).

Viegas, J. 2003. Interview with S.J. Crockford for Discovery News (16/05/03), on a report of ancient dog remains from Siberia.

Flaim, D. 2004. “Root Dogs: Tap into the Ancient Types in Your Dogs Family Tree,” interview with S.J. Crockford DogFancy Magazine, January 2004:20-27.

Wood, B. 2002 . Book Review: So near, but yet so far. Human Evolution Through Developmental Change by N. Minugh-Purvis & K. J. McNamara. Nature 420(12 Dec): 609. see

Johnson, D. 2002 . Dogs throughout time. American Archaeology 6(3) / Fall 2002 : 32-37. [discussion of NA dogs, including Crockford's work on Northwest Coast indigenous dogs, for a general audience, see

Parfit, M. 2000. Dawn of Humans: Hunt for the First Americans. National Geographic 198(6) / December 2000 40-67.[includes discussion of the Pleistocene Age caves project in SE AK, see

Milani, M. 2000 . Holistic animal behaviour Part I: The effects of domestication on animal physiology and behavior. Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association 19 (1): 15-17. [discusses Crockford's theory, see]

Weidensaul, S. 1999 . Tracking America's first dogs. Smithsonian Magazine Vol. 29, #12 (March), pg. 44-57. [a report on the 1998 ICAZ dog symposium, see


Top: prehistoric dog mandible, showing curved "coronoid processes"
Bottom: prehistoric bearded seal rear leg bone, with cut mark from butchering