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Adams, Daniel, Baker, Patrick, McAllister, Madeline, Winton, Trevor, and Woods, Andrew (2020) Successful Creation of a Photogrammetric Model of the James Matthews (1841) Wrecksite from Legacy Photography. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 44. pp. 71-89.


Brockwell, Sally, McWilliam, Andrew, Kealy, Shimona, Litster, Mirani, Cooling, Sam, Hawkins, Stuart, Langley, Michelle, Wolfe, Luke, and O'Connor, Sue (2023) New archaeological discoveries in north-central Timor-Leste indicate sociocultural adaptations to landscape change during the Holocene. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology. (In Press)

Burrows, Lianda, Holden, Darren, and Tynan, Elizabeth (2023) Untangling Maralinga: Spatial and Temporal Complexities of Australia’s Atomic Anthropocene. Journal of Australian Studies. (In Press)

Brucato, Nicolas, André, Mathilde, Hudjashov, Georgi, Mondal, Mayukh, Cox, Murray P., Leavesley, Matthew, and Ricaut, François Xavier (2022) Chronology of natural selection in Oceanian genomes. iScience, 25 (7). 104583.

Bradshaw, Wayne, and Lucas, Helen (2021) Encountering the History of Catholic Education in the Townsville Diocese [Exhibition]. [Creative Work]

Bellwood, David R., Bellwood, Orpha, and Ilming, Thomas (2021) The evolution of black and white or fleur-de-lis high comb morions. Arms and Armour, 18 (2). pp. 163-183.


Carmichael, Bethune, Daly, Cathy, Fatorić, Sandra, Macklin, Mark, McIntyre-Tamwoy, Sue, and Pittungnapoo, Witiya (2023) Global Riverine Archaeology and Cultural Heritage: Flood-Risk Management and Adaptation for the Anthropogenic Climate Change Crisis. Climate, 11 (10). 197.

Cameron, Katherine June (2021) Ancient ceramics at Vilabouly: pottery production and society in an ancient mining community in Laos. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Cadet, Mélissa, Tereygeol, Florian, Sayavongkhamdy, Thongsa, Souksavatdy, Viengkeo, Luangkhoth, Thonglith, Chang, Nigel, Dillmann, Philippe, and Pryce, T.O. (2021) Late prehistoric copper smelting in the Lao PDR: Experimental reconstruction based on the Vilabouly Complex evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 37. 102932.


Dowe, John Leslie, and Yoxall, Helen (2022) William August Schipp (1891–1967): Commemorated in Schippia concolor and Chamaedorea schippii. Palms, 66 (3). pp. 109-125.

Dowe, John L., Appelhans, Marc S., Bräuchler, Christian, Hilje, Luko, and Schlumpberger, Boris O. (2022) The botanical expedition of Hermann Wendland in Central America: a nomenclatural study and travel report. Boissiera, 73. pp. 1-136.

Devantier-Thomas, Tate (2021) Shaping the stone: experimental approaches to the Plain of Jars megaliths, Lao PDR. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

Dowe, John Leslie (2020) The Australian paintings of Marianne North, 1880–1881: landscapes ‘doomed shortly to disappear’. Cunninghamia, 20.

Dowe, John, Maroske, Sara, and May, Tom (2020) Flowers and fungi: illustrations by Ferdinand von Mueller’s nieces. Australian Garden History, 32. pp. 12-15.

Dowe, John, and Maroske, Sara (2020) John Dallachy (1804–71): collecting botanical specimens at Rockingham Bay. Historical Records of Australian Science, 31 (2). pp. 101-117.

Dowe, John, and Maroske, Sara (2020) John Dallachy (1804–71): from gardener to botanical collector. Historical Records of Australian Science, 31 (2). pp. 87-100.

Dowe, John, May, Tom W., Maroske, Sara, and Smith, Lucy T. (2020) The Wehl family of South Australia and their botanical connections with “Dear Uncle” Baron Ferdinand von Mueller. Swainsona, 34. pp. 1-79.

Dowe, John Leslie, and Schlumpberger, Boris O. (2019) The Australian cabbage palm at Herrenhausen Gardens. Australian Garden History, 30. pp. 16-19.

Dowe, John Leslie, and Taylor, Peter Illingwaoth (2019) The botanical collections of William Hann's Northern Expedition of 1872 to Cape York Peninsula, Queensland. Austrobaileya, 10 (3). pp. 506-538.


Goldfinch, Felise, Chang, Nigel, and Hardy, Dianna (2023) Ex Machina: Machine Learning, ceramics & rock art in the Khorat Plateau, Thailand. SPAFA Journal. (In Press)

Garden, Don (2021) A Wet and Cold El Niño: the Tambora volcano's impact in the Australian colonies. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 107 (2). pp. 179-201.


Holbrook, Carolyn, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Lowe, David (2022) Conclusion: The history of the future. In: Holbrook, Carolyn, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Lowe, David, (eds.) Lessons from History Leading historians tackle Australia’s greatest challenges. NewSouth, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 346-349.

Holbrook, Carolyn, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Lowe, David (2022) Introduction: Seeing the world with the past. A call to historians and policymakers. In: Holbrook, Carolyn, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Lowe, David, (eds.) Lessons from History Leading historians tackle Australia’s greatest challenges. NewSouth, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 1-7.

Heap, Natasha J. (2022) The dentition of the people of Iron Age Non Ban Jak. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.


Jones, Rebecca H., Davies, Mairi H., Day, Jon C., and Heron, Scott F. (2022) Developing Climate Risk Assessments for World Heritage: the Climate Vulnerability Index. Internet Archaeology, 60.

Joyce, Elizabeth M., Pannell, Caroline M., Rossetto, Maurizio, Yap, Jia Yee S., Thiele, Kevin R., Wilson, Peter D., and Crayn, Darren M. (2021) Molecular phylogeography reveals two geographically and temporally separated floristic exchange tracks between Southeast Asia and northern Australia. Journal of Biogeography, 48 (5). pp. 1213-1227.


Killoran, Tianna (2023) The near north and the far north: The Nikkei community in North Queensland, 1885-1946. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Kyriakidis, Phaedon, Moutsiou, Theodora, Nikolaidis, Andreas, Reepmeyer, Christian, Leventis, Georgios, Demesticha, Stella, Akylas, Evangelos, Kassianidou, Vasiliki, Michailides, Constantine, Zomeni, Zomenia, Bar-Yosef Mayer, Daniella E., Makovsky, Yizhaq, and McCartney, Carole (2022) Virtual Sea-Drifting Experiments between the Island of Cyprus and the Surrounding Mainland in the Early Prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean. Heritage, 5 (4). pp. 3081-3099.


McAllister, Maddy (2022) From 'Australia's Titanic' to deadly mutineers: 4 infamous shipwrecks found on the Great Barrier Reef. The Conversation, 4 February 2022.

Moutsiou, Theodora, Ioannides, Demetrios, Charalambous, Andreas, Schoder, Sebastian, Webb, Sam M., Thoury, Mathieu, Kassianidou, Vasiliki, Zomeni, Zomenia, and Reepmeyer, Christian (2022) X‐ray fluorescence spectroscopy of picrolite raw material on Cyprus. Heritage, 5 (2). pp. 664-677.

McAllister, Madeline (2021) Book review of "Our Blue Planet: an introduction to maritime and underwater archaeology" by Ben Ford, Jessi J. Halligan and Alexis Catsambis. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 2020. ISBN: 978-0-19-064992-0. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 16. pp. 527-529.

Mate, Geraldine, and Ulm, Sean (2021) Working in archaeology in a changing world: Australian archaeology at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian Archaeology, 87 (3). pp. 229-250.

McAllister, Maddy (2021) The problem with 'digital realism' in underwater archaeology: photogrammetric digital 3D visualization and interpretation. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 16. pp. 253-275.

McAllister, Madeline (2020) Modern image-based 3D modelling of shipwreck sites. In: Green, Jeremy, and Paterson, Alistair, (eds.) Shipwrecks of the Roaring Forties: Researching some of Australia's earliest shipwrecks. UWA Press, Crawley, WA, pp. 245-252.


Pedro, Nicole, Brucato, Nicolas, Cavadas, Bruno, Lisant, Valentine, Camacho, Rui, Kinipi, Christopher, Leavesley, Matthew, Pereira, Luisa, and Ricaut, François-Xavier (2023) First insight into oral microbiome diversity in Papua New Guineans reveals a specific regional signature. Molecular Ecology, 32 (10). pp. 2551-2564.

Paba, Rossella (2023) A new lease on life: using advanced analytical techniques in bioarchaeology to maximise the understanding of past populations of Sardinia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Pedersen, Lucille T., and Domett, Kate (2022) Adult age at death estimation: methods tested on Thai postcranial skeletal remains. Anthropological Science, 130 (2). pp. 147-159.

Parton, Phillip, Clark, Geoffrey, and Reepmeyer, Christian (2022) High-resolution lidar analysis of the Fisi Tea defensive earthwork at Lapaha, Kingdom of Tonga. In: Clark, Geoffrey R., and Litster, Mirani, (eds.) Archaeological Perspectives on Conflict and Warfare in Australia and the Pacific. Terra Australis (54). ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 147-169.

Philpin, Aurora, McAllister, Madeline, and van Duivenvoorde, Wendy (2021) Attempting to Name the Nameless: Copper Alloy Analysis of Artefacts from Unidentified Shipwreck Sites on Greater Detached Reef, Great Barrier Reef. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 45. 6. pp. 75-87.


Reepmeyer, Christian, Clark, Geoffrey, Parton, Phillip, Melekiola, Malia, and Burley, David (2022) Geospatial analysis of fortification locations on the island of Tongatapu, Tonga. In: Clark, Geoffrey, and Litster, Mirani, (eds.) Archaeological Perspectives on Conflict and Warfare in Australia and the Pacific. Terra Australis, 54 . ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 171-189.

Reepmeyer, Christian (2021) Book review of "Forts and Fortification in Wallacea: archaeological and ethnohistoric investigations" by Sue O’Connor, Andrew McWilliam and Sally Brockwell, ANU Press, 2020. ISBN 978-1-76046-388-5. Australian Archaeology, 87 (2). pp. 213-214.

Reepmeyer, Christian (2021) Modelling prehistoric social interaction in the South-western Pacific: a view from the obsidian sources in Northern Vanuatu. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, 34. pp. 137-148.

Reepmeyer, Christian, Ferguson, Redbird, Valentin, Frederique, and Clark, Geoffrey R. (2021) The stone adze and obsidian assemblage from the Talasiu site, Kingdom of Tonga. Archaeology in Oceania, 56. pp. 1-16.


Tynan, Elizabeth (2022) Britain's atomic oval: The vassalage of Australian governments in the 1950s and 1960s. Australian Book Review, 443.

Tsang, Roxanne, Katuk, Sebastien, May, Sally K., Tacon, Paul S.C., Ricaut, François-xavier, and Leavesley, Matthew G. (2022) Rock Art and (Re)Production of Narratives: A Cassowary Bone Dagger Stencil Perspective from Auwim, East Sepik, Papua New Guinea. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 32 (4). pp. 547-565.

Tynan, Elizabeth (2022) The Secret of Emu Field: Britain's Forgotten Atomic Tests in Australia. NewSouth Publishing, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Tynan, Elizabeth (2020) Operation Buffalo: a historical fiction. History Australia, 17 (3). pp. 573-575.


Valentin, Frederique, Clark, Geoffrey, Parton, Philip, and Reepmeyer, Christian (2020) Mortuary practices of the first Polynesians: formative ethnogenesis in the Kingdom of Tonga. Antiquity: a quarterly review of archaeology, 94 (376). pp. 999-1014.


White, Patrick (2021) The 2019 flood in Townsville: politics and water crises in Queensland's dry tropics. In: 2021 Queensland Disaster Management Research Forum: presentation abstracts. p. 7. From: 2021 Queensland Disaster Management Research Forum, 14 July 2021, Online.

Woo, Katherine, Faulkner, Patrick, and Ross, Anne (2016) The effects of sampling on the analysis of archeological molluscan remains: a quantitative approach. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 7. pp. 730-740.


Yeshi, Karma, Aagaard-Hansen, Jens, and Wangchuk, Phurpa (2021) Medicinal, nutritional, and spiritual significance of plants in Bhutan: their biodiscovery potential and conservation status. In: Abbasi, Arshad Mehmood, and Bussmann, Rainer W., (eds.) Ethnobiology of Mountain Communities in Asia. Ethnobiology . Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1-25.


Álvarez-Romero, Jorge, Kiatkoski Kim, Milena, Buissereth, Rachel, Pressey, Robert L., Panell, David, Douglas, Michael M., and Spencer-Cotton, Alaya (2021) Looking back to look forward: a timeline of the Fitzroy River catchment. Report to the Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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