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Magnetic Susceptibility Papers: Archaeology

Magnetic Susceptibility Papers: Archaeology

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  • Arroyo-Kalin, M., 2012. Slash-burn-and-churn: Landscape history and crop cultivation in pre-Columbian Amazonia, Quaternary International, Vol. 249: 4–18 Link
  • Bagaloni, V.N., Perdomo, S., Ainchil, J., 2011. Geoelectric and magnetic surveys at La Libertad archaeological site (San Cayetano County, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina): A transdisciplinary approach, Quaternary International, Vol. 245 (1): 13-24 Link
  • Bindler, R., Segerström, U., Pettersson-Jensen, I.-M., Berg, A., Hansson, S., Holmström, H., Olsson, K., Renberg, I., 2011. Early medieval origins of iron mining and settlement in central Sweden: multiproxy analysis of sediment and peat records from the Norberg mining district, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 38 (2): 291-300 Link
  • Boyce, J.I., Reinhardt, E.G., Goodman, B.N., 2009. Magnetic detection of ship ballast deposits and anchorage sites in King Herod's Roman harbour, Caesarea Maritima, Israel, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 36 (7): 1516-1526 Link
  • Brown, A.G., Ellis, C., Roseff, R., 2010. Holocene sulphur-rich palaeochannel sediments: diagenetic conditions, magnetic properties and archaeological implications, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 37 (1): 21-29 Link
  • Dalan, R. A., De Vore, S. L., Clay, R. B., 2010. Geophysical identification of unmarked historic graves. Geoarchaeology, 25: 572–601 Link
  • Di Mauro, D., Alfonsi, L., Sapia, V., Nigro, L., Marchetti, M., 2011. First Field Magnetometer Investigation at the Phoenician Island of Mozia (Trapani), Northwestern Sicily: Preliminary Results, Archaeological Prospection, Vol. 18: 215–222 Link
  • Ghilardi, M., Boraik, M., 2011. Reconstructing the holocene depositional environments in the western part of Ancient Karnak temples complex (Egypt): a geoarchaeological approach, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 38 (12): 3204-3216 Link
  • Ghilardi, M., Genç, A., Syrides, G., Bloemendal, J., Psomiadis, D., Paraschou, T., Kunesch, S., Fouache, E., 2010. Reconstruction of the landscape history around the remnant arch of the Klidhi Roman Bridge, Thessaloniki Plain, North Central Greece, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 37 (1): 178-191 Link
  • Haslam, M., Clarkson, C., Roberts, R.G., Bora, J., Korisettar, R., Ditchfield, P., Chivas, A.R., Harris, C., Smith, V., Oh, A., Eksambekar, S., Boivin, N., Petraglia, M., 2012. A southern Indian Middle Palaeolithic occupation surface sealed by the 74 ka Toba eruption: Further evidence from Jwalapuram Locality 22, Quaternary International, Vol. 258): 148-164 Link
  • Henry, E. R., 2011. A Multistage Geophysical Approach to Detecting and Interpreting Archaeological Features at the LeBus Circle, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Archaeological Prospection, Vol. 18: 231–244 Link
  • Hunt, C.O., Premathilake, R., 2012. Early Holocene vegetation, human activity and climate from Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo, Quaternary International, Vol. 249): 105-119 Link
  • Jones, R., Challands, A., French, C., Card, N., Downes, J., Richards, C., 2010. Exploring the location and function of a Late Neolithic house at Crossiecrown, Orkney by geophysical, geochemical and soil micromorphological methods, Archaeological Prospection, Vol. 17: 29–47 Link
  • Ljung, K., Björck, S., 2011. A pollen record of the last 450 years from a lowland peat bog on Tristan da Cunha, South Atlantic, implying early anthropogenic influence, Journal of Quaternary Science, 26: 688–693 Link
  • Love, S., 2012. The Geoarchaeology of Mudbricks in Architecture: A Methodological Study from Çatalhöyük, Turkey. Geoarchaeology, Vol. 27: 140–156 Link
  • Lowe, K. M., Fogel, A. S., 2010. Understanding Northeastern Plains Village sites through archaeological geophysics, Archaeological Prospection, Vol. 17: 247–257 Link
  • Moffat, I., Wallis, L. A., Hounslow, M. W., Niland, K., Domett, K., Trevorrow, G., 2010. Geophysical prospection for late Holocene burials in coastal environments: Possibilities and problems from a pilot study in South Australia, Geoarchaeology, Vol. 25: 645–665 Link
  • Muttoni, G., Scardia, G., Kent, D.V., Swisher, C.C., Manzi, G., 2009. Pleistocene magnetochronology of early hominin sites at Ceprano and Fontana Ranuccio, Italy, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 286 (1–2): 255-268 Link
  • Pringle, J.K., Holland, C., Szkornik, K., Harrison, M., 2012. Establishing forensic search methodologies and geophysical surveying for the detection of clandestine graves in coastal beach environments, Forensic Science International, Vol. 219 (1): 29-36 Link
  • Surmely, F., Miras, Y., Guenet, P., Nicolas, V., Savignat, A., Vannière, B., Walter-Simonnet, A.-V., Servera, G., Tzortzis, S., 2009. Occupation and land-use history of a medium mountain from the Mid-Holocene: A multidisciplinary study performed in the South Cantal (French Massif Central), Comptes Rendus Palevol, Vol. 8 (8): 737-748 Link
  • Viberg, A., Trinks, I., Lidén, K., 2009. in Archaeological prospection in the Swedish mountain tundra region, ArchéoSciences 1(33): 167-169 Link
  • Warrier, A.K., Sandeep, K., Harshavardhana, B.G., Shankar, R., Pappu, S, Akhilesh, K., Prabhu, C.N., Gunnell, Y., 2011. A rock magnetic record of Pleistocene rainfall variations at the Palaeolithic site of Attirampakkam, Southeastern India, Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 38 (12): 3681-3693 Link