|Agricultural innovation and resilience in a long-lived early farming community: the 1,500-year sequence at Neolithic to early Chalcolithic Çatalhöyük, central Anatolia|
A Bogaard, D Filipović, A Fairbairn, L Green, E Stroud, D Fuller, ...
Anatolian Studies 67, 1-28, 2017
|Of Bins, Basins and Banquets: Storing, Handling and Sharing at Neolithic Çatalhöyük|
GA Demirergi, KC Twiss, A Bogaard, L Green, P Ryan, S Farid
Integrating Çatalhöyük: themes from the 2000- 2008 seasons 10, 89-106, 2014
|Trade-offs between seed and leaf size (seed–phytomer–leaf theory): functional glue linking regenerative with life history strategies… and taxonomy with ecology?|
JG Hodgson, BA Santini, G Montserrat Marti, F Royo Pla, G Jones, ...
Annals of botany 120 (5), 633-652, 2017
|From traditional farming in Morocco to early urban agroecology in northern Mesopotamia: combining present-day arable weed surveys and crop isotope analysis to reconstruct past …|
A Bogaard, A Styring, M Ater, Y Hmimsa, L Green, E Stroud, J Whitlam, ...
Environmental Archaeology 23 (4), 303-322, 2018
|Exploring the agroecology of Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia: An archaeobotanical approach to agricultural intensity based on functional ecological analysis of arable …|
L Green, M Charles, A Bogaard
Paléorient 44 (2), 2019
|Assessing the nature of early farming in Neolithic western Asia: a functional ecological approach to emerging arable weeds|
University of Oxford, 2017