Rhys Jones

Archaeology and Natural History Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
"Rhys Jones"
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Wood RE, Arrizabalaga A, Camps M, et al. (2014) The chronology of the earliest Upper Palaeolithic in northern Iberia: New insights from L'Arbreda, Labeko Koba and La Viña. Journal of Human Evolution. 69: 91-109
Ayliffe LK, Prideaux GJ, Bird MI, et al. (2008) Age constraints on Pleistocene megafauna at Tight Entrance Cave in southwestern Australia Quaternary Science Reviews. 27: 1784-1788
Watchman A, O'Connor S, Jones R. (2005) Dating oxalate minerals 20–45ka Journal of Archaeological Science. 32: 369-374
Watchman A, Jones R. (2002) An independent confirmation of the 4 ka antiquity of a beeswax figure in western Arnhem Land, Northern Australia Archaeometry. 44: 145-153
Bird MI, Turney CSM, Fifield LK, et al. (2002) Radiocarbon analysis of the early archaeological site of Nauwalabila I, Arnhem Land, Australia: implications for sample suitability and stratigraphic integrity Quaternary Science Reviews. 21: 1061-1075
Watchman A, Ward I, Jones R, et al. (2001) Spatial and compositional variations within finely laminated mineral crusts at Carpenter's Gap, an archaeological site in tropical Australia Geoarchaeology. 16: 803-824
Bryden M, O'Connor S, Jones R. (1999) Archaeological evidence for the extinction of a breeding population of elephant seals in Tasmania in prehistoric times International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. 9: 430-437
Roberts R, Bird M, Olley J, et al. (1998) Optical and radiocarbon dating at Jinmium rock shelter in northern Australia Nature. 393: 358-362
Roberts R, Walsh G, Murray A, et al. (1997) Luminescence dating of rock art and past environments using mud-wasp nests in northern Australia Nature. 387: 696-699
David B, Roberts R, Tuniz C, et al. (1997) New optical and radiocarbon dates from Ngarrabullgan Cave, a Pleistocene archaeological site in Australia: Implications for the comparability of time clocks and for the human colonization of Australia Antiquity. 71: 183-188
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