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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.

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Bellwood, David R., Bellwood, Orpha, Bellwood, Hannah R., and Bellwood, Oliver R. (2024) Sixteenth century recessed armour: evaluating links with the Spanish Armada. Arms and Armour, 21 (1). pp. 48-78.

Benjamin, Jonathan, O'leary, Michael, McCarthy, John, Reynen, Wendy, Wiseman, Chelsea, Leach, Jerem, Bobeldyk, Simon, Buchler, Justine, Kermeen, Philippe, Langley, Michelle, Black, Adam, Yoshida, Hiro, Parnum, Iain, Stevens, Amy, Ulm, Sean, McDonald, Jo, Veth, Peter, and Bailey, Geoff (2023) Stone artefacts on the seabed at a submerged freshwater spring confirm a drowned cultural landscape in Murujuga, Western Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 313. 108190.

Benjamin, Jonathan, O'Leary, Michael, McDonald, Jo, Ulm, Sean, Jeffries, Peter, and Bailey, Geoff (2022) A wet strawman: A response to Ward et al. Geoarchaeology, 37 (6). pp. 813-818.

Benjamin, Jonathan, Wiseman, Chelsea, McCarthy, John, Jeffries, Peter, and Ulm, Sean (2021) Australia's coastal waters are rich in Indigenous cultural heritage, but it remains hidden and under threat. The Conversation, 31 August 2021.

Benjamin, Jonathan, and Ulm, Sean (2021) The big flood: responding to sea-level rise and the inundated continental shelf. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks Online . Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Benjamin, Jonathan, O'Leary, Michael, McDonald, Jo, Wiseman, Chelsea, McCarthy, John, Beckett, Emma, Morrison, Patrick, Stankiewicz, Francis, Leach, Jerem, Hacker, Jorg, Baggaley, Paul, Jerbić, Katarina, Fowler, Madeline, Fairweather, John, Jeffries, Peter, Ulm, Sean, and Bailey, Geoff (2020) Aboriginal artefacts on the continental shelf reveal ancient drowned cultural landscapes in northwest Australia. PLoS ONE, 15 (7). e0233912.

Bennett, Kurt, and Fowler, Madeline (2017) ‘In my memory, it says Rarawa’: abandoned vessel material salvage and reuse at Rangitoto Island, Aotearoa / New Zealand. International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 21 (1). pp. 27-48.

Bennett, Kurt, and Fowler, Madeline (2016) Rich pickings: an analysis of opportunistic behaviour at Rangitoto Island, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 11 (2). pp. 179-196.

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Devatine, Jean-Daniel Tokainiua, and Günther, Jasmin (2021) Making connections and building bridges. Sūdō Journal, 3 ('Burning Bridges'). pp. 107-117.

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Fowler, Madeline E. (2019) Aboriginal maritime landscapes in South Australia: the balance ground. Archaeology and Indigenous Peoples . Routledge, London.

Fowler, Madeline, and Rigney, Lester-Irabinna (2017) Collaboration, collision, and (re)conciliation: Indigenous participation in Australia's maritime industry — a case study from Point Pearce/Burgiyana, South Australia. In: Caporaso, Alicia, (ed.) Formation Processes of Maritime Archaeological Landscapes. When the Land Meets the Sea . Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 53-77.

Fowler, Madeline, Roberts, Amy, and Rigney, Lester-Irabinna (2016) The ‘very stillness of things’: object biographies of sailcloth and fishing net from the Point Pearce Aboriginal Mission (Burgiyana) colonial archive, South Australia. World Archaeology, 48 (2). pp. 210-225.

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Günther, Jasmin Ii Sabai (2021) The movement of things: tracing eighteenth-century Polynesian artefacts from HMS Pandora. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Hawkins, Stuart, Arumdhati, Fayeza Shasliz, Litster, Mirani, Lim, Tse Siang, Basile, Gina, Leclerc, Mathieu, Reepmeyer, Christian, Maloney, Tim Ryan, Boulanger, Clara, Louys, Julien, Mahirta, Mahirta, Clark, Geoffrey, Keling, Gendro, Willan, Richard C., Yuwono, Pratiwi, and O'Connor, Sue (2020) Metal-Age maritime culture at Jareng Bori rockshelter, Pantar Island, eastern Indonesia. Records of the Australian Museum, 72 (5). pp. 237-262.

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Leppard, Thomas P., Cochrane, Ethan E., Gaffney, Dylan, Hofman, Corinne L., Laffoon, Jason E., Bunbury, Magdalena M.E., and Broodbank, Cyprian (2022) Global Patterns in Island Colonization during the Holocene. Journal of World Prehistory, 35. pp. 161-232.

Leach, Jerem, Wiseman, Chelsea, O'Leary, Michael, McDonald, Jo, McCarthy, John, Morrison, Patrick, Jeffries, Peter, Hacker, Jorg, Ulm, Sean, Bailey, Geoff, and Benjamin, Jonathan (2021) The integrated cultural landscape of North Gidley Island: coastal, intertidal and nearshore archaeology in Murujuga (Dampier Archipelago), Western Australia. Australian Archaeology, 87 (3). pp. 251-267.

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McAllister, Madeline, and Price, Sophie (2023) Twenty-two years of an iconic gallery: Reflecting on the HMS Pandora exhibition at Museum of Tropical Queensland. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 47. pp. 1-16.

Monks, Carly, Stannard, Georgia L., Ouzman, Sven, Manne, Tiina, Garside, Joel, and Ulm, Sean (2023) Why do students enrol in archaeology at Australian universities? Understanding pre-enrolment experiences, motivations, and career expectations. Australian Archaeology, 89 (1). pp. 32-46.

McCarthy, John, Wiseman, Chelsea, Woo, Katherine, Steinberg, David, O'Leary, Michael, Wesley, Daryl, Brady, Liam M., Ulm, Sean, and Benjamin, Jonathan (2022) Beneath the Top End: a regional assessment of submerged archaeological potential in the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Archaeology, 88 (1). pp. 65-83.

McAllister, Maddy, Massey, Toni, and Price, Sophie (2022) Bursting the bubble: Reflecting on 50 years of maritime archaeological research in Queensland. Australian Archaeology, 88 (3). pp. 299-317.

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

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.

Mate, Geraldine, and Ulm, Sean (2016) Another snapshot for the album: a decade of Australian Archaeology in Profile survey data. Australian Archaeology, 82 (2). pp. 168-183.

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O'leary, Michael, Cuttler, Michael, Benjamin, Jonathan, Bailey, Geoff, Ulm, Sean, McCarthy, John, Wiseman, Chelsea, Stevens, Amy, and McDonald, Jo (2023) New approaches for assessing site formation of submerged lithic scatters. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 49. 104046.

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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.

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Russell, Timothy, and Fowler, Madeline (2020) Seascapes of ‘submarine squatters’: commercial dugong fisheries of North Queensland. Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 15. pp. 95-116.

Richards, Michelle J., and Günther, Jasmin (2019) The past, present and future values of the Polynesian stone adzes and pounders collected on the Pandora. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 29 (1). 4.

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Schultz, Alessandra, and McAllister, Madeline (2023) The 18th Century Intaglios and Seals of HMS Pandora: A preliminary examination and contextualisation. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 47. pp. 17-30.

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van Duivenvoorde, Wendy, Wesley, Daryl, Litster, Mirani, Veys, Wonu, Nayati, Widya, Polzer, Mark, McCarthy, John, and Jansen, Lidwien (2019) Van Delft before Cook: the earliest record of substantial culture contact between Indigenous Australians and the Dutch East India Company prior to 1770. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 43. pp. 27-49.

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