Dr. Jennifer Kielhofer
Assistant Research Professor, Environmental Sciences
|2020||Ph.D.||University of Arizona||Geosciences|
|2013||M.A.||University of Arizona||Archaeology|
|2011||B.A.||University of Nevada Reno||Archaeology|
Keywordspaleoclimate, biomarkers, stratigraphy, Alaska, geoarchaeology
BrGDGT temperature reconstruction from interior Alaska: Assessing 14,000 years of deglacial to Holocene temperature variability and potential effects on early human settlement, Quaternary Science Reviews, 303, 107979. Elsevier, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2023.107979, , , , , , , , (2023).
Technical Report: YPG Cold Regions Test Center blast area analysis, pp. 1-31. Report prepared for U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground under contract W9115121D0004, , (2023).
Preliminary evaluation of Fort Greely as a US analog for high-latitude environments using soil-landform characteristics, pp. 1-20. Report prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, and Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory under contract W913E520C0021, , , , (2022).
Literature review of cold region soils: Current knowledge of frozen soil formation, techniques for remote detection and prediction, and soil-landform relationships in a subarctic analog environment, pp. 1-50. Report prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, and Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory under contract W913E520C0021, , , (2022).
Human–environment interactions at Yangguanzhai, a Middle Neolithic site in the Wei River Valley, northern China: A comprehensive soil-stratigraphic analysis, Geoarchaeology, 36 (6), 943-963, , , (2021).
The micromorphology of loess-paleosol sequences in central Alaska: A new perspective on soil formation and landscape evolution since the Late Glacial period (c. 16,000 cal yr BP to present), Geoarchaeology, 35 (5), 701-728, https://doi.org/10.1002/gea21807, , , , , , , (2020).
The Keystone Dune Site, a Bolling-Allerod hunting camp in eastern Beringia, PaleoAmerica, 4 (2), 151-161, , , , (2018).
Geoarchaeology – Delta River Overlook and Hurricane Bluff sites. Archaeological Investigations at Delta River Overlook, Central Alaska: Archaeology GIS Laboratory Report #7, pp. 72-141, , , (2018).
Soils of the Western Range and irrigated land resource regionsChapter : . In , The Soils of the USA, pp. 115-130, , , , (2017).
The Rosa-Keystone Dunes Field: The geoarchaeology and paleoecology of a late Quaternary stabilized dune field in eastern Beringia, The Holocene, 26 (12), 1939-1953, , , , , (2016).
Cascade points in the northern Great Basin: A radiocarbon-dated foliate point assemblage from Warner Valley, Oregon, North American Archaeologist, 33 (1), 13-34, , , (2012).
Through the High Rock and beyond: Placing the Last Supper Cave and Parman Paleoindian lithic assemblages into a regional context, Journal of Archaeological Sciences, 38 (12), 3568-3576, (2011).
Adding to the paleoenvironmental framework for early settlement of interior Alaska: New perspectives on local changes in vegetation and hydrology from plant wax n-alkanes. Society for American Archaeology 88th Annual Meeting: Portland, Oregon, March 29, 2023-April 2, 2023, , , , (2023).
Mixing and moving earth: The geoarchaeology of a newly rediscovered Middle Woodland earthen enclosure in central Kentucky. Society for American Archaeology 88th Annual Meeting: Portland, Oregon, March 29, 2023-April 2, 2023, , (2023).
Soil bacterial compounds and temperature reconstruction at early archaeological sites of the Middle Tanana Valley, central Alaska. Alaska Anthropological Association: Virtual, February 28, 2022-March 4, 2022, , , , , , (2022).
Frozen soils and permafrost in a warming climate: Implications for military vehicle mobility. The 14th International Conference on Military Geosciences: Charleson, S.C., June 20, 2022-June 24, 2022, , , (2022).