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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 430000 History and Archaeology -> 430200 Archaeology and Prehistory -> 430201 Archaeology of Hunter-Gatherer Societies (incl. Pleistocene Archaeology) :

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Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural Heritage Assessment for a Proposed Residential Development at Bryson Creek Road, Upper Coomera - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 121  
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural heritage Assessment for a Proposed Residential Development at Ficus Street, Stephens - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 105  
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural Heritage Assessment of a Proposed Residential Development at Qld Pacific Highway, Pimpama - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 110  
Langley, Michelle (2006). All in Good Time: Exploring Change in Neanderthal Behavioural Complexity Bachelor of Arts (Hons), School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 776 1712
Rosendahl, Daniel (2005). All the Small Things: The Refinement of Foraminiferal Analysis to Determine Site Formation Processes in Archaeological Sediments Honours Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 597 745
Rosendahl, Daniel and Ulm, Sean (2005). All the Small Things: The Refinement of Formaniniferal Analysis to Determine Site Formation Processes in Archaeological Sediments. In: The Archaeology of Trade and Exchange, AAA/AIMA Annual Conference, Fremantle, Western Australia, (1-1). 27-30 November, 2005. 651 143
Cole, N. and Watchman, A. (2005) AMS dating of rock art in the Laura Region, Cape York Peninsula, Australia - protocols and results of recent research. Antiquity, 79 305: 661-678. 220   13 Cited 13 times in Scopus13
Simmons, A. F. (2002). An analysis of hearths in open sites on the Diamentina River, Queensland. In: S. Ulm, C. Westcott, J. Reid, A. Ross, I. Lilley, J. Prangnell and L. Kirkwood, Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Proceedings of the 2001 Australian Archaelogical Assoc Annual Conference. 2002 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Hervey Bay, Queensland, (75-80). 6-8 December, 2001. 39  
Ulm, S. G., Woolford, N. and Cummins, D. P. (2002) A Preliminary Desktop Overview of Published Information on Brisbane Waterways Related to Indigenous Cultural Heritage Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 59  
Cotter, M. M. (2000) ARC grant for geoarchaeological research in central Queensland. Coastlines: Newsletter for Coastal Managers, 9 2: 4-4. 45  
Lilley, Ian A. and Williams, Michael J. (2005). Archaeological and Indigenous significance: A view from Australia. In Clay Mathers, Timothy Darvill and Barbara J. Little (Ed.), Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance (pp. 227-247) Gainsville, FL, USA: University Press of Florida. 201 4
Prangnell, J. M. and Holden, A. (2006) Archaeological Assessment of a Deviation to the Route of a Propsed Powerlink Queensland Electricity Easement Upgrade between South Ripley and Greenbank Brisbane: UQASU 44  
Prangnell, J. M. and Holden, A. (2006) Archaeological Assessment of a Proposed Powerlink Queensland Electricity Easement Upgrade between Flagstone Creek and Greenbank Brisbane: UQASU 68  
Prangnell, J. and Smith, T. (2007). Archaeological Assessment of Middens on Coombabah Creek and Saltwater Creek, Gold Coast City. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 198  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Archaeological Survey and Excavation at Deebing Creek Brisbane: UQASU 113  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Archaeological Surveys for the Proposed Goodna Bypass, Southeast Queensland. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 101  
Lilley, I A (2006) Archaeology and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at the University of Queensland. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series, 7 47-58. 59  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Assessment for the Proposed Airport Link Brisbane: UQASU 61  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Assessment for the Proposed Northern Busway Brisbane: UQASU 61  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Assessment of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Risks and Opportunities for two Different Opinions for the Southernmost Section of the Proposed Northern Busway. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 71  
Australian Coastal Archaeology. Edited by Hall, J. and McNiven, I. J. Canberra: ANH Publications, Aust. National Univ., 1999. 134  
Hall, Jay and McNiven, Ian J. (1999). Australian coastal archaeology: Introduction. In Jay Hall and Ian J. McNiven (Ed.), Australian coastal archaeology (pp. 1-6) Canberra: ANH Publications, Department of Archaeology and Natural History, RSPAS, The Australian National University. 131  
Ulm, Sean, Reid, Jill, Westcott, Catherine, Ross, Anne, Lilley, Ian, Kirkwood, Luke and Prangnell, Jon Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Program and Abstracts of the 2001 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Edited by Sean Ulm, Jill Reid, Catherine Westcott, Anne Ross, Ian Lilley, Luke Kirkwood and Jon Prangnell St Lucia, Qld: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland, 2001. 636 2773
Crouch, J., McNiven, I. J., David, B., Rowe, C. and Weisler, M. I. (2007) Berberass: Marine resource specialisation and environmental change in Torres Strait during the past 4000 years. Archaeology in Oceania, 42 2: 49-64. 405 10 19 Cited 15 times in Scopus15
Westcott, Catherine, Lilley, Ian, Ulm, Sean, Clarkson, Chris and Brian, Deborah (1999) Big Foot Art Site, Cania Gorge: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research, 11 43-58. 507 150
Ulm, Sean (2002) Calibrating Marine Radiocarbon Dates: A Guide to Australian DR Values. AACAI Newsletter, 89 10-14. 1522 1182
Bourke, P., Brockwell, S., Faulkner, P. and Meehan, B. (2007) Climate variability in the mid to late Holocene Arnhem Land Region, North Australia: Archaeological archives of environmental and cultural change. Archaeology in Oceania, 42 3: 91-101. 488 5 13 Cited 13 times in Scopus13
Ulm, S. G. F. Coastal Themes: An Archaeology of the Southern Curtis Coast, Queensland. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2006. 90  
Ross, Anne (2006) Constraints on the development of enduring inequalities in Late Holocene Australia: Comments. Current Anthropology, 47 1: 24-25. doi:10.1086/497672 71   19 Cited 19 times in Scopus19 0
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) Cultural Heritage Inspections Weipper Street Site - UQASU Interim Report to Minjerribah - Moorgumpin Elders-in-Council Aboriginal Corporation St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 93  
Prangnell, J. M., Smith, A. and Coghill, S. (2005) Cultural Heritage Study, ML1108, North Stradbroke Island St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 193  
Prangnell, J. M. and Gorring, D. A. (2005) Draft Cultural Heritage Report for Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 96  
Ulm, Sean, Cotter, Stephen, Cotter, Maria, Lilley, Ian, Clarkson, Chris and Reid, Jill (2005). Edge-ground hatchets on the Southern Curtis Coast, Central Queensland: A preliminary Assessment of Technology, Chronology and Provenance. In Ingereth Macfarlane, Mary-Jane Mountain and Robert Paton (Ed.), Many Exchanges: Archaeology, History, Community and the Work of Isabel McBryde (pp. 323-342) Canberra: Aboriginal History Inc.. 496 420
Hall, Jay (1999) Editorial. Queensland Archaeological Research, 11 ii-ii. 36  
Lilley, I. A. (2002) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 15 2-4. 36  
Lilley, I. A. (2002) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 16 3-6. 36  
Lilley, I. A. (2003) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 17 2-4. 39  
Ulm, Sean (1995). Fishers, Gatherers and Hunters on the Moreton Fringe: Reconsidering the Prehistoric Aboriginal Marine Fishery in Southeast Queensland, Australia BA (Hons), Department of Anthropology and Sociology, The University of Queensland. 779 360
Hall, J. H. J. (2000). Fishing for fish - no wallabies: An unusual marine intensification strategy for the late Holocene of Moreton Island southeast Queensland. In Atholl Anderson and Tim Murray (Ed.), Australian archaeologist : collected papers in hounour of Jim Allen (pp. 201-216) Canberra: Australian National University - Centre for Archaeological Research. 71  
Jenkins, Robyn (2006). From Midden to Sieve: The Impact of Differential Recovery and Quantification Techniques on Interpretations of Shellfish Remains in Australian Coastal Archaeology Bachelor of Social Science (Hons), School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 591 735
Ulm, Sean (2004). Investigations towards a late holocene archaeology of Aboriginal lifeways on the southern Curtis Coast, Australia PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 1329 127
Lilley, I. A. (2006). It's Life, Jim, but Not as We Know It. In J. Schultz (Ed.), Hot Air: How Nigh's the End? 12 ed. (pp. 213-224) Sydney: ABC Books and Griffith University. 328 1
Clarkson, C. Lithics in the Land of the Lightning Brothers: The Archaeology of Wardaman Country, Northern Territory (Terra Australis 25). Canberra: ANU E Press, 2007. 133 9
Pregill, G.K. and Weisler, M.I. (2007) Lizards from prehistoric sites on Ebon Atoll, Marshall Islands. Micronesica, 39 2: 107-115. 107  
Ulm, S. (2002) Marine and estuarine reservoir effects in central Queensland, Australia: Determination of Delta R values. Geoarchaeology-an International Journal, 17 4: 319-348. doi:10.1002/gea.10017 133   40 Cited 41 times in Scopus41 0
McNiven, I. J. and Hall, J. (1999). Northeast: Introduction. In Jay Hall and Ian J. McNiven (Ed.), Australian coastal archaeology (pp. 87-90) Canberra: ANH Publications. 37  
Ross, A. C. NR204 Cultural Heritage Management (On Park) Study Book. Gatton: Univ. of Qld., 1999. 54  
Robins, Richard P. and Swanson, Cheryl E. (2006). Of fairy rings and telegraph poles: The importance of accounting for evidence of absence in archaeological surveys. In S. Ulm and I. Lilley (Ed.), An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall (pp. 73-88) Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit. 232  
David, B., Fairbairn, A., Aplin, K., Murepe, L., Green, M., Stanisic, J., Weisler, M., Simala, D., Kokents, T., Dop, J. and Muke, J. (2007) OJP, a terminal Pleistocene archaeological site from the Gulf Province lowlands, Papua New Guinea. Archaeology in Oceania, 42 1: 31-33. 362 9 6 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Prangnell, J. M., Cheshire, L. A. and Quirk, K. A. Paradise: Life on a Queensland Goldfield. Brisbane: The Univ. of Qld Archaeological Services Unit & Burnett Water Pty Ltd, 2005. 228  

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