Sue O'Connor

Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
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Shipton C, Morley MW, Kealy S, et al. (2024) Abrupt onset of intensive human occupation 44,000 years ago on the threshold of Sahul. Nature Communications. 15: 4193
Hawkins S, Zetika GA, Kinaston R, et al. (2024) Earliest known funerary rites in Wallacea after the last glacial maximum. Scientific Reports. 14: 282
Roberts P, Louys J, Zech J, et al. (2020) Isotopic evidence for initial coastal colonization and subsequent diversification in the human occupation of Wallacea. Nature Communications. 11: 2068
Litster M, Barham A, Meyer J, et al. (2020) Late Holocene coastal land-use, site formation and site survival: Insights from five middens at Cape Leveque and Lombadina, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley, Australia Australian Archaeology. 86: 118-136
Kealy S, Donnellan SC, Mitchell KJ, et al. (2020) Phylogenetic relationships of the cuscuses (Diprotodontia : Phalangeridae) of island Southeast Asia and Melanesia based on the mitochondrial ND2 gene Australian Mammalogy. 42: 266
Shipton C, O'Connor S, Kealy S. (2020) The biogeographic threshold of Wallacea in human evolution Quaternary International
Standish CD, García-Diez M, O'Connor S, et al. (2020) Hand stencil discoveries at Lene Hara Cave hint at Pleistocene age for the earliest painted art in Timor-Leste Archaeological Research in Asia. 22: 100191
Samper Carro SC, Gilbert F, Bulbeck D, et al. (2019) Somewhere beyond the sea: Human cranial remains from the Lesser Sunda Islands (Alor Island, Indonesia) provide insights on Late Pleistocene peopling of Island Southeast Asia. Journal of Human Evolution. 134: 102638
Bird MI, Condie SA, O'Connor S, et al. (2019) Early human settlement of Sahul was not an accident. Scientific Reports. 9: 8220
Langley M, O'Connor S. (2019) 40,000 Years of Ochre Utilization in Timor-Leste: Powders, Prehensile Traces, and Body Painting Paleoanthropology. 2019: 82-104
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