Adams, A.B., S.E. Halcrow, C.L. King, M.J. Miller, M. Vlok, A.R. Millard, D.R. Gröcke, H. Buckley, K. Domett [JCU Staff], Hiep Hoang Trinh, Tran Thi Minh and M.F. Oxenham 2021 We’re all in this together: Accessing the maternal-infant relationship in prehistoric Vietnam. In E.J. Kendall and R. Kendall (eds), The Family in Past Perspective: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Familial Relationships through Time, pp.191-221. London: Routledge.
Astrup, P.M., J. Benjamin, F. Stankiewicz, K. Woo [JCU Staff], J. McCarthy, C. Wiseman, P. Baggaley, K. Jerbić, M. Fowler, C. Skriver and G. Bailey 2021 A drowned Mesolithic shell midden complex at Hjarnø Vesterhoved, Denmark and its wider significance. Quaternary Science Reviews 258:106854.
Benjamin, J. and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] in press The big flood: Responding to sea-level rise and the inundated continental shelf. In I.J. McNiven and B. David (eds), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Benjamin, J., C. Wiseman, J. McCarthy, P. Jeffries and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 Australia’s coastal waters are rich in Indigenous cultural heritage, but it remains hidden and under threat. The Conversation 31 August.
Bird, M.I. [JCU Staff], S.A. Crabtree, J. Haig [JCU Staff], S. Ulm [JCU Staff] and C. Wurster [JCU Staff] 2021 A global carbon and nitrogen isotope perspective on modern and ancient human diet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 118(19):e2024642118.
Bradshaw, C.J.A., K. Norman, S. Ulm [JCU Staff], A.N. Williams, C. Clarkson, J. Chadœuf, S.C. Lin, Z. Jacobs, R.G. Roberts, M.I. Bird [JCU Staff], L.S. Weyrich, S.G. Haberle, S. O’Connor, B. Llamas, T.J. Cohen, T. Friedrich, P. Veth, M. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct] and F. Saltré 2021 Stochastic models support rapid peopling of Late Pleistocene Sahul. Nature Communications 12:2440.
Bradshaw, C.J.A., A.N. Williams, F. Saltré, K. Norman and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 The First Australians grew to a population of millions, much more than previous estimates. The Conversation 30 April.
Brucato, N., M. André, R. Tsang, L. Saag, J. Kariwiga, K. Sesuki, T. Beni, W. Pomat, J. Muke, V. Meyer, A. Boland, J-F. Deleuze, H. Sudoyo, M. Mondal, L. Pagani, I.G. Romero, M. Metspalu, M.P. Cox, M. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct] and F-X. Ricaut in press Papua New Guinean genomes reveal the complex settlement of north Sahul. Molecular Biology and Evolution.
Buckley, H.R., P. Roberts, R. Kinaston, P. Petchey, C. King, K. Domett [JCU Staff], A.M. Snoddy and E. Matisoo-Smith in press Living and dying on the edge of the Empire: A bioarchaeological examination of Otago’s early European settlers. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand.
Choudhurimayum Pankaj Sharma, C.P., P. Chahal, A. Kumar, S. Singhal, Y.P. Sundriyal, A.D. Ziegler, R. Agnihotri, R.J. Wasson [JCU Adjunct], U.K. Shukla and P. Srivastava 2021 Late Pleistocene–Holocene flood history, flood-sediment provenance and human imprints from the upper Indus River catchment, Ladakh Himalaya. GSA Bulletin.
Clark, G., P. Parton and C. Reepmeyer [JCU Staff] in press Royal funerary architecture in ancient Tonga. Festschrift for Tim Murray.
Constantine, I.V.M., S. Mooney, B. Hibbert, C. Marjo, M. Bird [JCU Staff], T. Cohen, M. Forbes, A. McBeath [JCU Staff], A. Rich and J. Stride 2021 Using charcoal, ATR FTIR and chemometrics to model the intensity of pyrolysis: exploratory steps towards characterising fire events. Science of The Total Environment 783:147052.
Cook Hale, J., J. Benjamin, K. Woo [JCU Staff], P.M. Astrup, J. McCarthy, N. Hale, F. Stankiewicz, C. Wiseman, C. Skriver, E. Garrison, S. Ulm [JCU Staff] and G. Bailey 2021 Submerged landscapes, marine transgression and underwater shell middens: Comparative analysis of site formation and taphonomy in Europe and North America. Quaternary Science Reviews 258:106867.
Crabtree, S.A., D.A. White, C.J.A. Bradshaw, F. Saltré, A.N. Williams, R.J. Beaman [JCU Staff], M.I. Bird [JCU Staff] and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 Landscape rules predict optimal superhighways for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Human Behaviour.
Crabtree, S.A., A.N. Williams, C.J.A. Bradshaw, D White, F. Saltré and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 We mapped the ‘super-highways’ the First Australians used to cross the ancient land. The Conversation 30 April.
David, B., L.J. Arnold, J-J. Delannoy, J. Fresløv, C. Urwin, F. Petchey [JCU Adjunct], M.C. McDowell, R. Mullett, GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation, J. Mialanes, R. Wood, J. Crouch, J. Berthet, V.N.L. Wong, H. Green and J. Hellstrom 2021 Late survival of megafauna refuted for Cloggs Cave, SE Australia: Implications for the Australian Late Pleistocene megafauna extinction debate. Quaternary Science Reviews 253:106781.
David, B., J. Fresløv, R. Mullett, J-J. Delannoy, F. Petchey [JCU Adjunct], Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation, J. Mialanes, L. Russell, R. Wood, L.J. Arnold, M. McDowell, J. Berthet, R. Fullagar, V.N.L. Wong, H. Green, C. Urwin, L. Metz, J. Crouch and J. Ash 2021 Paradigm shifts and ontological turns at Cloggs Cave, GunaiKurnai Country, Australia. In O.M. Abadía and M. Porr (eds), Ontologies of Rock Art: Images, Relational Approaches, and Indigenous Knowledges, pp.135-160. London: Routledge.
Georjon, C., U. Aung Aung Kyaw, Daw Tin Tin Win, Daw Thu Thu Win, B. Pradier, A. Willis [JCU Staff], P. Petchey, Y. Iizuka, E. Gonthier, J. Pelegrin, B. Bellina and T.O. Pryce 2021 Late Neolithic to Early-Mid Bronze Age semi-precious stone bead production and consumption at Oakaie and Nyaung'gan in central-northern Myanmar. Archaeological Research in Asia 25:100240.
Lamb, L., B. Barker, M. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct], M. Aubert, A. Fairbairn and T. Manne in press Rock engravings and occupation sites in the Mount Bosavi Region, Papua New Guinea: Implications for our understanding of the human presence in the Southern Highlands. Archaeology in Oceania.
Leach, J., C. Wiseman, M. O’Leary, J. McDonald, J. McCarthy, P. Morrison, P. Jeffries, J. Hacker, S. Ulm [JCU Staff], G. Bailey and J. Benjamin in press The integrated cultural landscape of North Gidley Island: Coastal, intertidal and nearshore archaeology in Murujuga (Dampier Archipelago), Western Australia. Australian Archaeology.
Leclerc, M., K. Hardy, E. Grono, T.S. Lim, U. Troitzsch, F. Brink, G. Clark, J. Mason, T. Tanudirjo, N. Azis and C. Reepmeyer [JCU Staff] submitted Automated analysis of pottery by QEM-EDS: A case study from Mansiri, Sulawesi. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.
Lourandos, H. [JCU Adjunct] and A. Ross 2021 Persistence of complexity: Continuation of intensification, population change, and sociostructural change in current debates in Australia archaeology. In I.J. McNiven and B. David (eds), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
McAllister, M. [JCU Staff] 2021 The problem with ‘digital realism’ in underwater archaeology: Photogrammetric digital 3D visualization and interpretation. Journal of Maritime Archaeology 16:253-275.
McCarthy, J., C. Wiseman, K. Woo [JCU Staff], D. Steinberg, M. O’Leary, D. Wesley, L.M. Brady, S. Ulm [JCU Staff] and J. Benjamin in press Beneath the Top End: A regional assessment of submerged archaeological potential in the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Archaeology.
McNiven, I.J. and A.B.J. Lambrides [JCU Staff] 2021 Stone-walle Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Moutsiou, T. [JCU Adjunct] 2021 Climate, environment and cognition in the colonisation of the Eastern Mediterranean islands during the Pleistocene. Quaternary International 577:1-14.
O'Connor, S., C. Reepmeyer [JCU Staff], M.C. Langley, E. Piotto and Mahirta in press Communities of practice in a maritime world: Shared shell technology and obsidian exchange in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Wallacea. In B. Bérénice, R. Blench and J.C. Galipaud (eds), Sea Nomads of South-East Asia Past and Present. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
Orr, T.J. [JCU PhD Student], C.M. Wurster [JCU Staff], V. Levchenko, P.L. Ascough and Michael I.Bird [JCU Staff] 2021 Improved pretreatment method for the isolation and decontamination of pyrogenic carbon for radiocarbon dating using hydrogen pyrolysis. Quaternary Geochronology 61:101124.
Oxenham, MF, A. Willis [JCU Staff], L.C. Nguyen and H. Matsumura in press Hunter-gatherer mortuary variability in Vietnam. In C. Higham and K. Nguyen (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Southeast Asian Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Oxenham, M.F., Trinh Hoang Hiep, H. Matsumura, K. Domett [JCU Staff], D. Huffer, R. Crozier, Nguyen, Lan Cuong Nguyen and C. McFadden 2021 Identity and community structure in Neolithic Man Bac, northern Vietnam. Archaeological Research in Asia 26:100282.
Parton, P., G. Clark and C. Reepmeyer [JCU Staff] in press High-resolution Lidar analysis of the Fisi Tea defensive earthwork at Lapaha, Kingdom of Tonga. In G. Clark and M. Litster (eds), Warfare in Pacific Prehistory. Terra Australis. Canberra: ANU Press.
Reepmeyer, C. [JCU Staff] 2021 Modelling prehistoric social interaction in the south-western Pacific: A view from the obsidian sources in northern Vanuatu. In J. Specht, V. Attenbrow and J. Allen (eds), From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, pp.137-148. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum Online 34.
Reepmeyer, C. [JCU Staff] 2021 Review of ‘Forts and Fortification in Wallacea: Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Investigations’ edited by S. O’Connor, A. McWilliam and S. Brockwell. Australian Archaeology 87(2):213-214.
Reepmeyer, C. [JCU Staff], G. Clark, P. Parton, M. Melekiola and D. Burley in press Geospatial analysis of fortification placement on the island of Tongatapu, Kingdom of Tonga. In G. Clark and M. Litster (ed.), Warfare in Pacific Prehistory. Terra Australis. Canberra: ANU Press.
Reepmeyer, C. [JCU Staff], R. Ferguson [JCU PhD Student], F. Valentin and G.R. Clark 2021 The stone adze and obsidian assemblage from the Talasiu site, Kingdom of Tonga. Archaeology in Oceania 56(1):1-16
Rehn, E. [JCU PhD Student], C. Rowe [JCU Staff], S. Ulm [JCU Staff], C. Woodward and M. Bird [JCU Staff] 2021 A late-Holocene multiproxy fire record from a tropical savanna, eastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia. The Holocene 31(5):870-883.
Rehn, E. [JCU PhD Student], C. Rowe [JCU Staff], S. Ulm [JCU Staff], C. Woodward, A Zawadzki, G. Jacobsen and M.I. Bird [JCU Staff] in press Integrating charcoal morphology and stable carbon isotope analysis to identify non-grass elongate charcoal in tropical savannas. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany.
Roberts, P., A. Buhrich [JCU Adjunct], V. Caetano-Andrade, R. Cosgrove, A. Fairbairn, S.A. Florin, N. Vanwezer, N. Boivin, B. Hunter, D. Mosquito, G. Turpin and A. Ferrier 2021 Reimagining the relationship between Gondwanan forests and Aboriginal land management in Australia’s ‘‘Wet Tropics’’. iScience 24:102190.
Rowe, C. [JCU Staff], C.M. Wurster [JCU Staff], C. Zwart [JCU PhD Student], M. Brand [JCU Staff], L.B. Hutley, V. Levchenko and M.I. Bird [JCU Staff] 2021 Vegetation over the last glacial maximum at Girraween Lagoon, monsoonal northern Australia. Quaternary Research 102:39-52.
Rowland, M. [JCU Adjunct], B. Shaw and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 Maritime coastal and island societies of Australia and New Guinea. In I.J. McNiven and B. David (eds), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Shewan, L., D. O'Reilly, R. Armstrong, P. Toms, J. Webb, N. Beavan, T. Luangkhoth, J. Wood, S. Halcrow, K. Domett [JCU Staff], J. Van Den Bergh and N. Chang [JCU Staff] 2021 Dating the megalithic culture of Laos: Radiocarbon, optically stimulated luminescence and U/Pb zircon results. PLoS ONE 16(3):e0247167.
Szabó, K., B. David, I.J. McNiven and M. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct] 2021 Preceramic shell‐working, Caution Bay and the circum-New Guinea archipelago. In T. Thomas (ed.), Theory in the Pacific, the Pacific in Theory: Archaeological Perspectives, pp.123-144. London: Routledge.
Tsang, R., W. Pleiber, J. Kariwiga, S. Plutniak, H. Forestier, P.S.C. Taçon, F-X. Ricaut and M.G. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct] in press Rock art and long-distance prehistoric exchange behavior: A case study from Auwim, East Sepik, Papua New Guinea. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology.
Vlok, M., H.R. Buckley, J.J. Miszkiewicz, M.M. Walker, K. Domett [JCU Staff], A. Willis [JCU Staff], H.H. Trinh, T.T. Minh, M.H.T. Nguyen, L.C. Nguyen, H. Matsumura, T. Wang, H.T. Nghia and M.F. Oxenham 2021 Forager and farmer evolutionary adaptations to malaria evidenced by 7000 years of thalassemia in Southeast Asia. Scientific Reports 11:5677.
Wallis, L., H. Burke, B. Barker and N. Cole [JCU Adjunct] 2021 Fatal frontier: Temporal and spatial considerations of the Native Mounted Police and colonial violence across Queensland. In I.J. McNiven and B. David (eds), Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Wasef, S., G. Wrobel, N. Wright, J.L. Wright, S. Adams, J. Kariwiga, M. Leavesley [JCU Adjunct], M. Collard and M.C. Westaway in press A contextualised review of genomic evidence for gene flow events between Papuans and Indigenous Australians in Cape York, Queensland. Quaternary International.
Wasson, R.J. [JCU Adjunct], A. Ziegler, H.S. Lima [JCU Staff], E. Teo, D. Lame, D. Higgitt, T. Rittenour, K. Nisha Bte Mohamed Ramdzan, C. Chong Joon and A.K. Singhvi 2021 Episodically volatile high energy non-cohesive river-floodplain systems: New information from the Ping River, Thailand, and a global review. Geomorphology 382:107658.
Wiseman, C., M. O’Leary, J. Hacker, F. Stankiewicz, J. McCarthy, E. Beckett, J. Leach, P. Baggaley, C. Collins, S. Ulm [JCU Staff], J. McDonald and J. Benjamin 2021 A multi-scalar approach to marine survey and underwater archaeological site prospection in Murujuga, Western Australia. Quaternary International 584:152-170.
Woo, K. [JCU Staff], G. Bailey, J. Cook Hale, J. Benjamin and S. Ulm [JCU Staff] 2021 Ancient undersea middens offer clues about life before rising seas engulfed the coast. Now we have a better way to study them. The Conversation 22 March.