Johannes Loubser from Stratum Unlimited has written over 160 CRM reports and 88 published articles. A recent report that deals with Stratum's archaeological field work (co-authored with Scott Shumate ) is entitled “Phase III Archaeological Investigations at the Judaculla Rock Site (31JK3), Jackson County, North Carolina.” A comprehensive report dealing with Loubser's rock art work in the southeastern United States is “The Recording and Interpretation of Two Petroglyph Locales, Track Rock Gap and Hickorynut Mountain, Georgia." Loubser wrote and illustrated “Archaeology: The Comic” for AltaMira Press and contributed chapters to various edited volumes, including his “Management Planning for Conservation” in David Whitley’s “Handbook of Rock Art Research." Newly discovered petroglyph boulders from southern Puerto Rico are reported in the Cambridge Archaeological Journal 20(3):323-344.
Sample Publications & Reports
Maps have been redacted in the Track Rock Gap article at the request of the USDA Forest Service in consultation with federally recognized Native American Indian groups.