Richard Fullagar
Richard Fullagar
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Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years ago
C Clarkson, Z Jacobs, B Marwick, R Fullagar, L Wallis, M Smith, ...
Nature 547 (7663), 306-310, 2017
Origins of agriculture at Kuk Swamp in the highlands of New Guinea
TP Denham, SG Haberle, C Lentfer, R Fullagar, J Field, M Therin, N Porch, ...
Science 301 (5630), 189-193, 2003
Human adaptation and plant use in highland New Guinea 49,000 to 44,000 years ago
GR Summerhayes, M Leavesley, A Fairbairn, H Mandui, J Field, A Ford, ...
science 330 (6000), 78-81, 2010
Optical and radiocarbon dating at Jinmium rock shelter in northern Australia
R Roberts, M Bird, J Olley, R Galbraith, E Lawson, G Laslett, H Yoshida, ...
Nature 393 (6683), 358-362, 1998
The Early to Middle Stone Age transition and the emergence of modern human behaviour at site 8-B-11, Sai Island, Sudan
P Van Peer, R Fullagar, S Stokes, RM Bailey, J Moeyersons, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 45 (2), 187-193, 2003
Early and mid Holocene tool-use and processing of taro (Colocasia esculenta), yam (Dioscorea sp.) and other plants at Kuk Swamp in the highlands of Papua New Guinea
R Fullagar, J Field, T Denham, C Lentfer
Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (5), 595-614, 2006
Early human occupation of northern Australia: archaeology and thermoluminescence dating of Jinmium rock-shelter, Northern Territory
RLK Fullagar, DM Price, LM Head
Antiquity 70 (270), 751-773, 1996
Clues to stone tool function re-examined: comparing starch grain frequencies on used and unused obsidian artefacts
H Barton, R Torrence, R Fullagar
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (12), 1231-1238, 1998
Early stone technology on Flores and its implications for Homo floresiensis
A Brumm, F Aziz, GD Van Den Bergh, MJ Morwood, MW Moore, ...
Nature 441 (7093), 624-628, 2006
Integrating phytoliths within use-wear/residue studies of stone tools
L Kealhofer, R Torrence, R Fullagar
Journal of archaeological Science 26 (5), 527-546, 1999
Pleistocene seed-grinding implements from the Australian arid zone
R Fullagar, J Field
Antiquity 71 (272), 300-307, 1997
A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA
SR Holen, TA Deméré, DC Fisher, R Fullagar, JB Paces, GT Jefferson, ...
Nature 544 (7651), 479-483, 2017
Megafaunal extinction in the late Quaternary and the global overkill hypothesis
S Wroe, J Field, R Fullagar, LS Jermin
Alcheringa 28 (1), 291-331, 2004
The role of silica in polish formation
RLK Fullagar
Journal of Archaeological Science 18 (1), 1-24, 1991
What did grinding stones grind? New light on Early Neolithic subsistence economy in the Middle Yellow River Valley, China
L Liu, J Field, R Fullagar, S Bestel, X Chen, X Ma
Antiquity 84 (325), 816-833, 2010
The archaeology, chronology and stratigraphy of Madjedbebe (Malakunanja II): A site in northern Australia with early occupation
C Clarkson, M Smith, B Marwick, R Fullagar, LA Wallis, P Faulkner, ...
Journal of human evolution 83, 46-64, 2015
A functional analysis of grinding stones from an early Holocene site at Donghulin, North China
L Liu, J Field, R Fullagar, C Zhao, X Chen, J Yu
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (10), 2630-2639, 2010
Weapons and wunan: production, function and exchange of Kimberley points
K Akerman, R Fullagar, A van Gijn
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 13-42, 2002
Application of PIXE-PIGME to archaeological analysis of changing patterns of obsidian use in West New Britain, Papua New Guinea
GR Summerhayes, JR Bird, R Fullagar, C Gosden, J Specht, R Torrence
Archaeological obsidian studies, 129-158, 1998
Residues and usewear
R Fullagar
Archaeology in practice: A student guide to archaeological analyses, 207-234, 2006
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