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Clark, Geoffrey, Langley, Michelle, Litster, Mirani, Winter, Olaf, and Amesbury, Judith R. (2018) Shell beads as markers of Oceanic dispersal: a rare Cypraeidae ornament type from the Mariana Islands. In: Langley, Michelle C., Litster, Mirani, Wright, Duncan, and May, Sally K., (eds.) The Archaeology of Portable Art: Southeast Asian, Pacific, and Australian perspectives. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 142-161.

Cumming, Graeme S., and Peterson, Garry D. (2017) Unifying research on social-ecological resilience and collapse. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 32 (9). pp. 695-713.

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Langley, Michelle C., and Litster, Mirani (2018) Is it ritual? Or is it children? Distinguishing consequences of play from ritual actions in the prehistoric archaeological record. Current Anthropology, 59 (5). pp. 616-643.

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McIntyre-Tamwoy, Susan, and O'Rourke, Katie (2017) Under the bauhinia tree: lessons from South East Asia on ICH and the intersection between people place and practice. Historic Environment, 29 (2). pp. 12-31.

Mcintyre-Tamwoy, Susan (2017) A new approach to management of tangible and intangible heritage for the Asia Pacific: can the 2003 and 1972 UNESCO conventions for heritage work together to achieve better heritage outcomes in the Asia Pacific Region? Modern Conservation, 5. pp. 63-74.

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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.

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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) 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.

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Speakman, Robert J., Hadden, Carla S., Colvin, Matthew H., Cramb, Justin, Jones, K.C., Jones, Travis W., Kling, Corbin L., Lulewicz, Isabelle, Napora, Katharine G., Reinberger, Katherine L., Ritchison, Barndon T., Rivera-Araya, Maria Jose, Smith, April K., and Thompson, Victor D. (2018) Choosing a path to the ancient world in a modern market: the reality of faculty jobs in archaeology. American Antiquity, 83 (1). pp. 1-12.

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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.

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Woo, Katherine, and Willan, Richard (2019) Incursion of the bivalve Potamocorbula faba into northern Australia: a record from a Holocene archaeological site in Kakadu National Park. Northern Territory Naturalist, 29. pp. 82-87.

Wright, Duncan, Langley, Michelle C., Litster, Mirani, and May, Sally K. (2018) In search of the archaeology of portable art from Southeast Asia, the Pacific, and Australia. In: Langley, Michelle C., Litster, Mirani, Wright, Duncan, and May, Sally K., (eds.) The Archaeology of Portable Art. Routledge, London, United Kingdom, pp. 1-10.

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