Newsletters / Publications

SJAI produces a periodic email newsletter to provide clients with current information, reminders, and an opportunity to review some of our more interesting finds.

Select Published Contributions by Scarlett Janusas

  • Underwater Archaeology in Ontario: An Overview.  Museum of Indian Archaeology (London) Newsletter, Volume 4(2).  Reprinted in Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter, July – August issue.  1982
  • Underwater Archaeology – A Better Way to Strip Wrecks?  NAUI News.  May-June issue. 1983
  • Land to Water:  The Transition in Archaeology.  Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter.  May-June issue 1983
  • Let Sleeping Dogs Lie: The Case for Leaving Artifacts on the Bottom.  Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter.  July-august issue 1983
  • A Petrological Analysis of Kettle Point Chert and Its Spatial and Temporal Distribution in Regional Prehistory.  National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Paper No. 128. 1984
  • The Commercial Diving Industry and Archaeology?  Canadian Association of Diving Contractors Journal 1984
  • Report on the 3rd Annual Underwater Archaeological Seminar.  Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter, January issue 1984
  • Marine Heritage Conservation and Sport Diving: Is It Working?  Underwater Canada Program Book: 40.  Reprinted in Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter, June 9th 1984
  • The Case for Heritage Resource Management and Planning in Lake Erie.  Canadian Association of Diving Contractors Journal.  Summer issue: 36 1984
  • Marine Life in the Great Lakes?  NAUI News.  Volume 1(2):9 1984
  • Operation Raleigh.  Diver Magazine.  Volume 11 (2):12 1985
  • Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston.  Ontario Underwater Council Newsletter, February 85:7 1985
  • An Analysis of the Historic Vegetation of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Planning Department 1987
  • Archaeology and the Master Plan.  Regionews.  Volume 2, No. 3, the Regional Municipality of Waterloo 1987
  • An Archaeological Master Plan for the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Birdstone.  The Newsletter of the Grand River/Waterloo Chapter of the Ontario Archaeological Society, Volume 2, No. 1 1987
  • The Cultural Implications of Drainage in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Planning Department. 1988
  • An Archaeological Perspective of an Historic Overview of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Planning Department 1988
  • An Archaeological Master Plan for the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  The Regional Municipality of Waterloo 1989
  • Urban Archaeological Heritage in the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Urban Heritage: Preserving, Planning and Managing Historical Heritage in Communities.  Ed. Gordon Nelson, John Carruthers and Alison Haworth.  Occasional Paper No. 12, Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo 1989
  • Corduroy Roads Found in the Region of Waterloo.  Regionews. Volume 4, No. 6:9 1989
  • An Archaeological Facilities Master Plan for the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  Arch Notes. November/December 1989, 89-6
  • An Archaeological Master Plan for the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.  In Journal of Canadian Archaeology 1990
  • The Links That Bind: The Harvie Family Nineteenth Century Burying Ground.  Occasional Papers in Northeastern Archaeology, No. 5, Background to the Excavations 1990.  Introduction by Scarlett Janusas.
  • Signposts to a Better Future: Learning to Use Our Heritage for Understanding, Monitoring and Assessment Changes in Our Surroundings.  Contributor.  Principals: Rafal Serafin and J. Gordon Nelson.  Occasional Paper 18, Heritage Resources Centre, University of Waterloo 1993
  • Building on Old Foundations: Some Archaeological Mitigation and Heritage Projects Conducted in 1997 by Mayer Heritage Consultants Inc.  Co-authors: Robert G. Mayer, J. Trevor Hawkins and Sean Gouglas.    Ninth Annual Archaeological Report, Ontario.  Ontario Heritage Foundation 1998
  • Native History of the Upper Bruce Peninsula through Archaeology.  In Ecology, Culture and Conservation of a Protected Area: Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada.  Pp.35-43, co-author J.S. Molnar.  Backhuys Publishers, The Netherlands.
  • Prehistoric Drainage and Archaeological Implications Across the Submerged Niagara Escarpment North of Tobermory, Ontario.  In, “The Late Palaeo-Indian Great Lakes: Geological and Archaeological Investigations of Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Environments.  Edited by Lawrence J. Jackson and Andrew Hinshelwood.  Mercury Series, Archaeology Paper 165.  Canadian Museum of Civilization.  Gatineau, Quebec.  Co-authors: Steve M. Blasco, Stan McClellan, Jessica Lusted.  2004
  • Marine Archaeology and Our Coastal Heritage.  Published in Sources of Knowledge Forum, Parks Canada 2009.
  • 2009 – 2016 Various Submissions to the Association of Professional Archaeologists Newsletters.
  • A Ship’s Knee – the Value of a Single Artifact.   CNEHA newsletter 2017.