The Dung File consists of a list of references dealing with pollen, parasites, and plant remains in coprolites and latrine fills from archaeological and palaeoenvironmental sites. The focus is on studies in North America.

The Dung File is subdivided into eleven sections: four depend on the origin of the deposits being investigated (Part 1: Mostly Human, Part 2: Mainly Mammal, Part 3: Animal Middens, Part 4: Other Critters), there are two broader categories, Part 5: General and Review Articles, Part 6: Field and Laboratory Methods, one focussed on theses, Part 7: Theses, and two focussed on modern comparative studies, Part 8: Comparative Studies - Human and Part 9: Comparative Studies - Mammal. Finally, there are a number of articles from news magazines and the popular press (Part 10: Popular Press and Commentary) and some less readily available items listed in Part 11: Conference Abstracts and Grey Literature.

This page consists of a complete list of articles in The Dung File with no annotations.

  1. Aasen, D. K. 1984 Pollen, Macrofossil, and Charcoal Analyses of Basketmaker Coprolites from Turkey Pen Ruin, Cedar Mesa, Utah. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA 73 pp.
  2. Ackerman, J. 1997 Parasites: Looking for a Free Lunch. National Geographic Magazine 192(4, October):74-91.
  3. Agenbroad, L. D., and J. I. Mead 1989 Quaternary Geochronology and Distribution of Mammuthus on the Colorado Plateau. Geology 17:861-864.
  4. Aikens, C. M. 1970 Hogup Cave. Reprinted in 1999. University of Utah Anthropological Papers Number 93. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA xiii + 286 pp.
  5. Akeret, Ö., J. N. Haas, U. Leuzinger, and S. Jacomet 1999 Plant Macrofossils and Pollen in Goat/Sheep Faeces from the Neolithic Lakeshore Settlement Arbon Bleiche 3, Switzerland. The Holocene 9(2):175-182.
  6. Akeret, Ö., and S. Jacomet 1997 Analysis of Plant Macrofossils in Goat/Sheep Faeces from the Neolithic Lake Shore Settlement of Horgen Scheller - An Indication of Prehistoric Transhumance? Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 6:235-239.
  7. Akeret, Ö., and P. Rentzel 2001 Micromorphology and Plant Macrofossil Analysis of Cattle Dung from the Neolithic Lake Shore Settlement of Arbon Bleiche 3. Geoarchaeology 16(6):687-700.
  8. Allison, M. J., A. Pezzia, I. Hasigawa, and E. Gerszten 1974 A Case of Hookworm Infection in a Pre-Columbian American. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 41:103-106.
  9. Ambro, R. D., and R. D. Cowan 1966 Coprolite Analysis for Lovelock Cave, Nevada, with Comparisons from the Archaeological and Ethnographic Data for the Area. In Abstracts of Papers, 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Meeting held with Great Basin Anthropological Conference. Reno, Nevada, USA.
  10. Amorosi, T., P. C. Buckland, K. J. Edwards, I. Mainland, T. H. McGovern, J. P. Sadler, and P. Skidmore 1988 They Did Not Live by Grass Alone: The Politics and Palaeoecology of Animal Fodder in the North Atlantic Region. Environmental Archaeology 1:41-54.
  11. Anderson, S., and F. Ertug-Yaras 1998 Fuel, Fodder and Faeces: An Ethnographic and Botanical Study of Dung Fuel Use in Central Anatolia. Environmental Archaeology 1:99-109.
  12. Araújo, A. J. G., U. E. C. Confalonieri, and L. F. Ferreira 1982 Oxyurid (Nematoda) Eggs from Coprolites from Brazil. The Journal of Parasitology 68:511-512.
  13. Araújo, A., and L. F. Ferreira 2000 Paleoparasitology and the Antiquity of Human Host-Parasite Relationships. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 95 (Suppl. 1):89-93.
  14. Araújo, A., L. F. Ferreira, U. Confalonieri, M. Chame and B. Ribeiro 1989 Strongyloides ferreirai Rodrigues, Vincent & Gomes, 1985 (Nematoda, Rhabdiasoidea) in rodent coprolites (8,000-2,000 years BP), from archaeological sites from Piauí, Brazil. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 84(4):493-496.
  15. Araújo, A., A. M. Jansen, F. Bouchet, K. Reinhard, and L. F. Ferreira 2003 Parasitism, the Diversity of Life, and Paleoparasitology. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 98 (Suppl. 1):5-11.
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  17. Ashworth, A. C. 1973. Fossil beetles from a fossil wood rat midden in western Texas. The Coleopterists Bulletin 27(3):139-140.
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  19. Bain, A. 1998 A Seventeenth-Century Beetle Fauna from Colonial Boston. Historical Archaeology 32(3):38-48.
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  22. Bain, A., and L. LeSage 1998 A Late Seventeenth Century Occurrence of Phyllotreta striolata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in North America. The Canadian Entomologist 130:715-719.
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  25. Bartos, F. M. 1972 Pollen in Fecal Pellets as an Environmental Indicator. Unpublished Master's Thesis. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA 96 pp.
  26. Beech, M. 1993 Waste Disposal in Historic Prague: Archaeology, Toilets and Faeces. EKOjournal 6(2):20-21.
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  30. Berg, G. 1997 Stomach and Intestinal Contents in Skeletonized Burials from Central Arizona: A Multidisciplinary Approach. In 68th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. St Louis, Kansas, USA.
  31. Berg, G. E. 1999 Determining the Abdominal Contents of Skeletonized Burials Using a Multidisciplinary Approach. Unpublished M.A. thesis. Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tucson, Arizona, USA 57 pp. + figures.
  32. Berg, G. E. 2002 Last Meals: Recovering Abdominal Contents from Skeletonized Remains. Journal of Archaeological Science 29:1349-1365.
  33. Berkowitz, J. 2006 Jurassic Poop: What Dinosaurs (and Others) Left Behind. Illustrated by Steve Mack. Kids Can Press, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 40 pp.
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  35. Betancourt, J. L., and T. R. Van Devender 1981 Holocene Vegetation in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. Science 214:656-658.
  36. Betancourt, J. L., T. R. Van Devender, and P. S. Martin (editors) 1990 Packrat Middens: The Last 40,000 Years of Biotic Change. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, USA vii + 467 pp.
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  38. Bjune, A. E. 2000 Pollen Analysis of Faeces as a Method of Demonstrating Seasonal Variations in the Diet of Svalbard Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus). Polar Research 19(2):183-192.
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  40. Boag, F. E. 1997 Integrated Mediterranean Farming and Pastoral Systems: Local Knowledge and Ecological Infrastructure of Italian Dryland Farming. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 374 pp.
  41. Bohrer, V. L. 1969 Paleoecology of an Archaeological Site Near Snowflake, Arizona. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA. 109 pages.
  42. Bouchet, F. 1995 Recovery of Helminth Eggs from Archeological Excavations of the Grand Louvre (Paris, France). The Journal of Parasitology 81:785-787.
  43. Bouchet, F., A. Araújo, S. Harter, S. M. Chaves, A. N. Duarte, J. L. Monnier, and L. F. Ferreira 2003 Toxocara canis (Werner, 1782) Eggs in the Pleistocene Site of Menez-Dregan, France (300,000-500,000) Years Before the Present. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 98 (Suppl. 1):137-139.
  44. Bouchet, F., N. Guidon, K. Dittmar, S. Harter, L. F. Ferreira, S. M. Chaves, K. Reinhard, and A. Araújo 2003 Parasite Remains in Archaeological Sites. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 98 (Suppl. 1):47-52.
  45. Bouchet, F., S. Harter, and M. Le Bailly 2003 The State of the Art of Paleoparasitological Research in the Old World. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 98 (Suppl. 1):95-101.
  46. Bouchet, F., C. Lefèvre, D. West, and D. Corbett 1999 First Paleoparasitological Analysis of a Midden in the Aleutian Islands (Alaska): Results and Limits. The Journal of Parasitology 85(2):369-372.
  47. Boyer, P. 1999 The Parasites. In Roman and Medieval Occupation in Causeway Lane, Leicester, edited by A. Connor and R. Buckley, pages. 344-346. Leicester Archaeology Monograph 5. ULAS (University of Leicester Archaeological Services), Leicester, England, UK.
  48. Braillard, L., M. Guélat, and P. Rentzel 2004 Effects of Bears on Rockshelter Sediments at Tanay Sur-les-Creux, Southwestern Switzerland. Geoarchaeology 19(4):343-367.
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  52. Brough, D. W. 1980 The Interpretation of Organic Material from a Pictish Hillfort at Dundurn in Perthshire. Unpublished B.Sc. thesis. Botany Department, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
  53. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1969 Late Full-Glacial and Post-Glacial Pollen Analysis of Texas Sediments. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. Department of Botany, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA 168 pages.
  54. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1974 Pollen Analysis of Prehistoric Human Feces from Mammoth Cave. In Archaeology of the Mammoth Cave Area, edited by P. J. Watson, pp. 203-249. Academic Press Inc., New York, USA.
  55. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1974 Prehistoric Diet in Southwest Texas: The Coprolite Evidence. American Antiquity 39:407-420.
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  57. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1974 The Role of Coprolite Analysis in Archaeology. Bulletin of Texas Archaeological Society 45:1-28.
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  59. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1975 Pollen as an Indicator of Prehistoric Diets in Coahuila, Mexico.Bulletin of the Texas Archaeological Society 46:87-106.
  60. Bryant Jr, V. M. 1982 Archaeological and Palynological Analysis of Specimens and Materials Recovered from Two Historic Period Privies and a Well in the St Alice Revetment, St James Parish, Louisiana. Cultural Resources Laboratory Report PD-RC-92-03. Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA.
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