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1979 Cherry, J. F. and Torrence R.. 1979. Quantitative Distributional Data C. Renfrew and et al. (ed). pp 173-80 In Investigations in Orkney. Thames and Hudson: London.  
1979 Torrence R.. 1979. Macrocore production at the Melos obsidian quarries Lithic Technology. 8. 51-60.  
1979 Torrence R.. 1979. A technological approach to Cycladic blade industries J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (ed). pp XIV In Los Angeles. 66-86: University of California at Los Angeles.  
1978 Torrence R.. 1978. Ports of trade in early Medieval Europe Norwegian Archaeological Review. 11. 108-11.  
1978 Torrence R.. 1978. The Melos obsidian quarries: a case study in lithic technology F. Engelen (ed). pp 70-3 In Third International Conference on Flint. Netherlands Geologische Vereniging: Maastrict.  
1978 Torrence R.. 1978. Chipping away at some misconceptions about sampling lithic assemblages J. F. Cherry, C. S. Gamble and S. J. Shennan (ed). pp 373-398 In Sampling in Contemporary British Archaeology. British Archaeological Reports: Oxford.  
1975 Torrence R.. 1975. 'Comment' on Sheets' The structure of an industry: a behavioral analysis of Mesoamerican chipped stone Current Anthropology. l6. 386.  
1973 Cherry, J. F. and Torrence R.. 1973. The current state of archaeological research in the Davis Mountains, Texas pp 105-20 In A Natural Areas Survey: Part 4, Mount Livermore and Sawtooth Peak. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin: Austin.  
1973 Cherry, J. F. and Torrence R.. 1973. An archaeological survey of Capote Canyon, Texas. pp 185-220 In A Natural Areas Survey: Part 3, Capote Canyon. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin: Austin.  
1973 Cherry, J. F. and Torrence R.. 1973. A reconnaissance of the archaeological resources of Matagorda Island, Texas pp 175-230 In A Natural Areas Survey: Part 2, Matagorda Island. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin: Austin.  
1973 Cherry, J. F. and Torrence R.. 1973. An archaeological reconnaissance of Victorio Canyon, Hudspeth and Culberson Counties, Texas pp 175-230 In A Natural Areas Survey: Part I, Victorio Canyon. Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin: Austin.