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Fullagar, R., Stephenson, B. & Hayes, E. (2017). Grinding grounds: function and distribution of grinding stones from an open site in the Pilbara, Western Australia. Quaternary International, 427 175-183.
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Marwick, B., Hayes, E., Clarkson, C. & Fullagar, R. (2017). Movement of lithics by trampling: an experiment in the Madjedbebe sediments, northern Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science, 79 73-85.
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Holen, S. R., Deméré, T. A., Fisher, D. C., Fullagar, R., Paces, J. B., Jefferson, G. T., Beeton, J. M., Cerutti, R. A., Rountrey, A. N., Vescera, L. & Holen, K. A. (2017). A 130,000-year-old archaeological site in southern California, USA. Nature, 544 (7651), 479-483.
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Clarkson, C., Marwick, B., Wallis, L., Fullagar, R. & Jacobs, Z. (2017). Buried tools and pigments tell a new history of humans in Australia for 65,000 years. The Conversation, 20 July 1-8.
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Clarkson, C., Jacobs, Z., Marwick, B., Fullagar, R., Wallis, L., Smith, M., Roberts, R. G., Hayes, E., Lowe, K., Carah, X. et al (2017). Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years ago. Nature, 547 306-310.
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Bordes, L., Prinsloo, L. C., Fullagar, R., Sutikna, T., Hayes, E., Jatmiko, , Saptomo, E. Wahyu., Tocheri, M. W. & Roberts, R. G. (2017). Viability of Raman microscopy to identify micro-residues related to tool-use and modern contaminants on prehistoric stone artefacts. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, Online First 1-10.
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Rots, V., Hayes, E. H., Cnuts, D., Lepers, C. & Fullagar, R. (2016). Making sense of residues on flaked stone artefacts: learning from blind tests. PLoS One, 11 (3), e0150437-1-e0150437-38.
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Fullagar, R. (2016). Uncertain evidence for weapons and craft tools: functional Investigations of Australian microliths. In R. Lovita & K. Sano (Eds.), Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Stone Age Weaponry (pp. 159-166). Netherlands: Springer.
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Hayes, E. H., Fullagar, R., Mulvaney, K. & Connell, K. (2016). Food or fibercraft? Grinding stones and Aboriginal use of Triodia grass (spinifex). Quaternary International, Online First 1-13.
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Fullagar, R., Hayes, E., Stephenson, B., Field, J., Matheson, C., Stern, N. & Fitzsimmons, K. (2015). Evidence for Pleistocene seed grinding at Lake Mungo, south-eastern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 50 (Suppl. 1), 3-19.
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