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Petchey, Fiona, Ulm, Sean, David, Bruno, McNiven, Ian J., Asmussen, Brit, Tomkins, Helene, Richards, Thomas, Rowe, Cassandra, Leavesley, Matthew, Mandui, Herman and Stanisic, John (2012). 14C marine reservoir variability in herbivores and deposit-feeding gastropods from an open coastline, Papua New Guinea. In: Elisabetta Boaretto and Noemi Rebollo Franco, Proceedings of the 6th Radiocarbon and Archaeology Symposium. 6th International Radiocarbon and Archaeology Symposium, Paphos, Cyprus, (967-978). 10–15 April 2011. 78   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Lourandos, Harry, David, Bruno, Roche, Nicola, Rowe, Cassandra, Holden, Angela and Clarke, Simon J. (2012). Hay Cave: A 30,000-year cultural sequence from the Mitchell-Palmer limestone zone, north Queensland, Australia. In Simon G. Haberle and Bruno David (Ed.), Peopled landscapes: Archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes (pp. 27-63) Acton, ACT, Australia: ANU E Press. 86 2 0
Petechey, Fiona, Ulm, Sean, David, Bruno, McNiven, Ian J., Asmussen, Brit, Tomkins, Helene, Dolby, Nic, Aplin, Ken, Richards, Thomas, Rowe, Cassandra, Leavesley, Matthew and Mandui, Herman (2013) High-resolution radiocarbon dating of marine materials in archaeological contexts: Radiocarbon marine reservoir variability between Anadara, Gafrarium, Batissa, Polymesoda spp. and Echinoidea at Caution Bay, southern Coastal Papua New Guinea. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 5 1: 69-80. doi:10.1007/s12520-012-0108-1 30   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
McNiven, Ian J., David, Bruno, Richards, Thomas, Rowe, Cassandra, Mialanes, Jerome, Connaughton, Sean P., Barker, Bryce, Aplin, Ken, Asmussen, Brit, Faulkner, Patrick and Ulm, Sean (2012) Lapita on the south coast of Papua New Guinea: challenging new horizons in Pacific archaeology. Australian Archaeology, 75 75: 16-22. 31   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Ash, Jeremy, Faulkner, Patrick, Brady, Liam M. and Rowe, Cassandra (2013) Morphometric reconstructions and size variability analysis of the surf clam, Atactodea (=Paphies) striata: From Muralag 8, southwestern Torres Strait, northern Australia. Australian Archaeology, 77 77: 82-93. 18   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
David, Bruno, Geneste, Jean-Michel, Wear, Ray L., Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Katherine, Margaret, Gunn, R. G., Clarkson, Christopher, Plisson, Hughes, Lee, Preston, Petchey, Fiona, Rowe, Cassandra, Barker, Bryce, Lamb, Lara, Miller, Wes, Hoerle, Stephane, James, Daniel, Boche, Elisa, Aplin, Ken, McNiven, Ian J., Richards, Thomas, Fairbairn, Andrew and Matthews, Jacqueline (2011) Nawarla Gabarnmang, a 45,180±910 cal BP Site in Jawoyn country, southwest Arnhem Land Plateau. Australian Archaeology, 73 73-77. 131 3 Cited 12 times in Scopus12
David, Bruno, Lamb, Lara, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Pivoru, Frank, Rowe, Cassandra, Pivoru, Max, Frank, Tony, Frank, Nick, Fairbairn, Andrew and Pivoru, Ruth (2012) Poromoi Tamu and the case of the drowning village: History, lost places and the stories we tell. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 16 2: 319-345. doi:10.1007/s10761-012-0183-0 40   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
McNiven, Ian J., David, Bruno, Aplin, Kelly, Mialanes, Jerome, Assmussen, Brit, Ulm, Sean, Faulkner, Patrick, Rowe, Cassandra and Richards, Thomas (2012). Terrestrial engagements by terminal Lapita maritime specialists on the southern Papuan coast. In Simon G. Haberle and Bruno David (Ed.), Peopled landscapes: Archaeological and biogeographic approaches to landscapes (pp. 121-156) Acton, ACT, Australia: ANU E Press. 61   5
David, Bruno, Geneste, Jean-Michel, Aplin, Ken, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Araho, Nick, Clarkson, Chris, Connell, Kate, Haberle, Simon, Barker, Bryce, Lamb, Lara, Stanisic, John, Fairbairn, Andrew, Skelly, Robert and Rowe, Cassandra (2010) The Emo site (OAC), Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea: Resolving long-standing questions of antiquity and implications for the history of the ancestral Hiri maritime trade. Australian Archaeology, 70 70: 39-54. 78   1 Cited 4 times in Scopus4