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Haslam, M. A., Prangnell, J. M., Kirkwood, L., McKeough, A. L., Murphy, A. and Loy, T. H. (2003) A Lang Park mystery: Analysis of remains from a 19th century burial in Brisbane, Queensland. Australian Archaeology, 56 1: 1-7. 464 2141 Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Haslam, Michael and Loy, H. Thomas Archaeological science under a microscope: Studies in residue and ancient DNA analysis in honour of Thomas H. Loy. Edited by Michael Haslam Canberra: ANU E Press, 2009. 115  
Bordes, N. S., Pailthorpe, B., Hall, J., Loy, T. H., Williams, M., Ulm, S. G., Zhou, X. and Fletcher, R. (2004). Computational archaeology. In: M. Papka, Proceedings of WACE 2004. Workshop on Advanced Collaborative Environments (WACE 2004), Nice, France, (1-6). 23 September 2004. 161  
Loy, T. H. (2002) Molecular archaeology. Today's Life Science, 14 3: 40-44. 66   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Wolski, N. and Loy, T. H. (1999) On the invisibility of contact: Residue analyses on Aboriginal glass artefacts from western Victoria. The Artefact, 22 65-73. 105  
Lamb, Jenna and Loy, Tom (2005) Seeing red: the use of Congo Red dye to identify cooked and damaged starch grains in archaeological residues. Journal of Archaeological Science, 32 10: 1433-1440. doi:10.1016/j.jas.2005.03.020 81   10 Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Hlinka, Vojtech, Ulm, Sean, Loy, Tom and Hall, Jay (2002) The Genetic Speciation of Archaeological Fish Bone: A Feasibility Study from Southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research, 13 71-78. 307 203