Publications by: Hallie R. Buckley

Also publishes as (Hallie Ruth Buckley, Hallie Buckley)

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Vlok, Melandri, Buckley, Hallie R., Miszkiewicz, Justyna J., Walker, Meg M., Domett, Kate, Willis, Anna, Trinh, Hiep H., Minh, Tran T., Nguyen, Mai Huong T., Nguyen, Lan Cuong, Matsumura, Hirofumi, Wang, Tianyi, Nghia, Huu T., and Oxenham, Marc F. (2021) Forager and farmer evolutionary adaptations to malaria evidenced by 7000 years of thalassemia in Southeast Asia. Scientific Reports, 11 (1). 5677.

Adams, Alisha B., Halcrow, Siân E., King, Charlotte L., Miller, Melanie J., Vlok, Melandri, Millard, Andrew R., Gröcke, Darren R., Buckley, Hallie, Domett, Kate, Hoang Trinh, Hiep, Thi Minh, Tran, and Oxenham, Marc F. (2021) We’re all in this together: accessing the maternal-infant relationship in prehistoric Vietnam. In: Kendall, Ellen J., and Kendall, Ross, (eds.) The Family in Past Perspective: an interdisciplinary exploration of familial relationships through time. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 191-221.

Buckley, Hallie Ruth, Roberts, Phillip, Kinaston, Rebecca, Petchey, Peter, King, Charlotte, Domett, Kate, Snoddy, Anne Marie, and Matisoo-Smith, Elizabeth (2020) 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.

Lipson, Mark, Spriggs, Matthew, Valentin, Frederique, Bedford, Stuart, Shing, Richard, Zinger, Wanda, Buckley, Hallie, Petchey, Fiona, Matanik, Richard, Cheronet, Olivia, Rohland, Nadin, Pinhasi, Ron, and Reich, David (2020) Three phases of ancient migration shaped the ancestry of puman populations in Vanuatu. Current Biology, 30 (24). pp. 4846-4856.

Vlok, Melandri, Oxenham, Marc Fredrick, Domett, Kate, Tran Thi, Minh, Nguyen Thi Mai, Huong, Matsumura, Hirofumi, Trinh, Hiep Hoang, Higham, Tom, Higham, Charles, Nghia, Truonh Huu, and Buckley, Hallie Ruth (2020) Two probable cases of infection with Treponema pallidum during the Neolithic period in Northern Vietnam (~2000- 1500B.C.). Bioarchaeology International, 4 (1). pp. 15-36.

Dhavale, Neha, Halcrow, Sian E., Buckley, Hallie R., Tayles, Nancy, Domett, Kate M., and Gray, Andrew R. (2017) Linear and appositional growth in infants and children from the prehistoric settlement of Ban Non Wat, Northeast Thailand: evaluating biological responses to agricultural intensification in Southeast Asia. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 11. pp. 435-446.

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