Meriel McClatchie
Meriel McClatchie
Associate Professor, School of Archaeology, University College Dublin
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Neolithic agriculture on the European western frontier: the boom and bust of early farming in Ireland
NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, P Barratt, TR McLaughlin, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 181-205, 2014
Routine activities, tertiary refuse and labor organization: social inferences from everyday archaeobotany
DQ Fuller, C Stevens, M McClatchie
Ancient plants and people. Contemporary trends in archaeobotany. University …, 2014
Neolithic farming in north-western Europe: archaeobotanical evidence from Ireland
M McClatchie, A Bogaard, S Colledge, NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 206-215, 2014
The potential role of humans in structuring the wooded landscapes of Mesolithic Ireland: A review of data and discussion of approaches
G Warren, S Davis, M McClatchie, R Sands
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 23 (5), 629-646, 2014
The Changing Face of Neolithic and Bronze Age Ireland: A Big Data Approach to the Settlement and Burial Records
TR McLaughlin, NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, P Barratt, ...
Journal of World Prehistory, 2016
Early medieval farming and food production: A review of the archaeobotanical evidence from archaeological excavations in Ireland
M McClatchie, F McCormick, TR Kerr, A O’Sullivan
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 24 (1), 179-186, 2015
Mapping past human land use using archaeological data: A new classification for global land use synthesis and data harmonization
KD Morrison, E Hammer, O Boles, M Madella, N Whitehouse, MJ Gaillard, ...
PLoS One 16 (4), e0246662, 2021
The archaeology of livestock and cereal production in Early Medieval Ireland, AD 400-1100
F McCormick, T Kerr, M McClatchie, A O'sullivan
Early Medieval Archaeology Project, 2011
Farming and foraging in Neolithic Ireland: an archaeobotanical perspective
M McClatchie, A Bogaard, S Colledge, NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, ...
Antiquity 90 (350), 2016
Early medieval agriculture, livestock and cereal production in Ireland, AD 400-1100
F McCormick, TR Kerr, M McClatchie, A O'Sullivan
Archaeopress, 2014
The plant remains
M McClatchie
Cork City excavations 2000, 391-413, 1984
Leaving a lasting impression: arable economies and cereal impressions in Africa and Europe
M McClatchie, DQ Fuller
Archaeology of African Plant Use, 259-265, 2014
The study of non-wood plant macro-remains: investigating past societies and landscapes
M McClatchie
Environmental Archaeology in Ireland, 194-220, 2007
Newgrange revisited: New insights from excavations at the back of the mound in 1984–8
A Lynch, F McCormick, ES Twohig, M McClatchie, K Molloy, R Schulting, ...
Journal of Irish Archaeology 23, 13-82, 2014
Radiocarbon dating of a multi-phase passage tomb on Baltinglass Hill, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, A Sheridan, R McLaughlin, P Barratt, ...
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 83, 305-323, 2017
Analysis of non-wood plant macro-remains (In: Kelleher H, Cleary RM, Archaeological excavations at Tullahedy, County Tipperary: Neolithic settlement in North Munster)
M McClatchie
Archaeological excavations at Tullahedy, County Tipperary: Neolithic …, 2011
INSTAR—Cultivating societies
NJ Whitehouse, M McClatchie, P Barratt, R Schulting, R McLaughlin, ...
Archaeology Ireland 24 (2), 16-19, 2010
Cultivating societies: new insights into agriculture in Neolithic Ireland
M McClatchie, N Whitehouse, R Schulting, A Bogaard, P Barratt
Dining and dwelling—archaeology and the National Roads.(Authority Monograph …, 2009
Connections and distance: investigating social and agricultural issues relating to early medieval crannogs in Ireland
C Fredengren, M McClatchie, I Stuijts
Environmental Archaeology 9 (2), 173-178, 2004
NRA Palaeo-environmental Sampling Guidelines Retrieval, analysis and reporting of plant macro-remains, wood, charcoal, insects and pollen from archaeological excavations
M McClatchie, E OCarroll, E Murphy
National Roads Authority. Dublin, 2014
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