Faught, Michael K.
2014               Remote Sensing, Target Identification and Testing for Submerged Prehistoric Sites in Florida: Process and Protocol in Underwater CRM Projects. In Preshistoric Archaeology on the Continental Shelf: A Global Review Evans, AM; Flatman, JC; Flemming, NC (eds); Springer, New York, 37-52. Faught, Michael K. and James C. Waggoner
2012               The Early Archaic to Middle Archaic Transition in Florida: An Argument for Discontinuity. Florida Anthropologist 65(3): 153-175.Faught, Michael K. and Amy E. Gusick
2011                Submerged Prehistory in the Americas. In Submerged Prehistory, edited by Jonathan Benjamin, Clive Bonsall, Catriona Pickard and Anders Fischer, pp. 145-157. Oxbow Books, Oxford.Gusick, Amy E. and  Faught, Michael K.
2011            Prehistoric Archaeology Underwater: A Nascent Subdiscipline Critical to Understanding Early Coastal Occupations and Migration Routes IN Bicho, N., Haws, J. & Davis, L. G. (Eds.) Trekking the Shore: Changing Coastlines and the Antiquity of Coastal Settlement. Pp 27-50 New York, Springer.

Faught, Michael K.
2008             Archaeological Roots of Human Diversity in the New World: A Compilation of Accurate and Precise Radiocarbon Ages from Earliest Sites. American Antiquity 73(4):670-698

Faught, Michael K.
2006                    Paleoindian Archaeology in Florida and Panama: Two Circum-Gulf Regions Exhibiting Waisted Lanceolate Projectile Points. In Paleoindian Archaeology: A Hemispheric Perspective, edited by J. Morrow and C. Gnecco. University Presses of Florida, pp 164-183

Faught, Michael K. and Norr, Lynette
2005                    The National Reservoir Inundation Study Of 1975-1980 and Its Relevance For A Case Study From Lake Alajuela, Panama.   Damming the Past Edited by Steven Brandt, Lexington Books, Lanham MD.

Faught, Michael K.
2004                    The Underwater Archaeology of Paleolandscapes, Apalachee Bay, Florida. American Antiquity Volume. 69, Number 2:275-289

Faught, Michael K.
2003                    Geophysical Remote Sensing and Underwater Cultural Resource Management of Submerged Prehistoric Sites in Apalachee Bay: A Deep-Water Example, Site Predictive models, and Site Discoveries Proceedings: Twenty First Annual Gulf of Mexico Information Transfer Meetings, 2002 Minerals Management Service, New Orleans. Dr. Richard J. Anuskiewicz and Mr. David A. Ball, Co-chairs; Edited by Melanie McKay

Faught, Michael K., Michael Hornum, Brinnen Carter, R. Christopher Goodwin, S. David Webb
2003                    Earliest Holocene Tool Assemblages from Northern Florida with Stratigraphically Controlled Radiocarbon Estimates (Sites 8LE2105 and 8JE591) Current Research in the Pleistocene, 20:16-18.

Marks, Brian S. and Michael K. Faught
2003                    Ontolo (8JE1577): Another Early Prehistoric Site Submerged on the Continental Shelf of NW Florida. Current Research in the Pleistocene 20:49-51

Faught, Michael K.
2002-2004           Submerged Paleoindian and Archaic Sites of the Big Bend, Florida. Journal of Field Archaeology    Volume 29, No. 3/4.

Anderson, David G. and Faught, Michael K.
2000                    Paleoindian Artefact Distributions: Evidence and Implications. Antiquity 74:507-513

Anderson, David G. and Faught, Michael K
1998                    Distribution of Fluted Paleoindian Projectile Points: Update 1998. Archaeology of Eastern North America 26:163-187

Faught, Michael K. and Carter, Brinnen
1998                    Early Human Occupation and Environmental Change in Northwestern Florida. In As the World Warmed: Human Adaptations Across the Pleistocene‑Holocene Boundary, edited by Berit Eriksen and Lawrence G. Straus Quaternary International Volume 49/50:167-176


Mabry, Jonathon; Freeman, Andrea K.L.; Faught, Michael K.
1998               Paleoindian Complexes of the Terminal Wisconsin and Early Holocene.  In Paleoindian and Archaic Sites in Arizona, edited by Mabry, Jonathon, Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Faught, Michael K. and Donoghue, Joseph F.
1997                    Marine Inundated Archaeological Sites and Paleofluvial Systems: Examples from a Karst Controlled Continental Shelf Setting in the Apalachee Bay, Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Geoarchaeology 12 (5): 417-458

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