Publications by: Samantha Aird

Also publishes as (S. Aird, Samantha J. Aird)

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Rowe, Cassandra, David, Bruno, Mialanes, Jerome, Ulm, Sean, Petchey, Fiona, Aird, Samantha, McNiven, Ian J., Leavesley, Matthew, and Richards, Thomas (2020) A Holocene record of savanna vegetation dynamics in southern lowland Papua New Guinea. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, 29 (1). pp. 1-14.

David, Bruno, Aplin, Ken, Peck, Helene, Skelly, Robert, Leavesley, Matthew, Mialanes, Jerome, Szabó, Katherine, Koppel, Brent, Petchey, Fiona, Richards, Thomas, Ulm, Sean, Mcniven, Ian J., Rowe, Cassandra, Aird, Samantha J., Faulkner, Patrick, and Ford, Anne (2019) Moiapu 3: Settlement on Moiapu Hill at the very end of Lapita, Caution Bay hinterland. In: Bedford, Stuart, and Spriggs, Matthew, (eds.) Debating Lapita: Distribution, Chronology, Society and Subsistence. Terra Australis, 52 . ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 61-88.

Ulm, Sean, McNiven, Ian J, Aird, Samantha J., and Lambrides, Ariana B. J. (2019) Sustainable harvesting of Conomurex luhuanus and Rochia nilotica by Indigenous Australians on the Great Barrier Reef over the past 2000 years. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 28. 102017.

Tutchener, D., Aird, S., Boulden, M., and Cooper, A. (2017) The 'taphonomy' of the Australian great bowerbird within the Wenlock Goldfields, Cape York Peninsula Queensland. Australian Archaeology, 83 (1-2). pp. 71-74.

Ferguson, Redbird, Aird, Samantha, Drury, Tanya, Leavesley, Matthew, Ulm, Sean, Tomkins, Helene, Asmussen, Brit, David, Bruno, McNiven, Ian, Thangavelu, Eddie, and Richards, Thomas (2014) Pre- to post-Lapita predation patterns: shellfish exploitation at Tanamu 1, Caution Bay, Papua New Guinea. In: Culture, Climate, Change: archaeology in the tropics: conference handbook. p. 89. From: AAA/ASHA2014: the joint Australian Archaeological Association and Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology annual conference: culture, climate, change: archaeology in the tropics, 1-3 December 2014, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

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