|Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years ago|
C Clarkson, Z Jacobs, B Marwick, R Fullagar, L Wallis, M Smith, ...
Nature 547 (7663), 306-310, 2017
|Human adaptation and plant use in highland New Guinea 49,000 to 44,000 years ago|
GR Summerhayes, M Leavesley, A Fairbairn, H Mandui, J Field, A Ford, ...
science 330 (6000), 78-81, 2010
|Private pantries and celebrated surplus: storing and sharing food at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia|
A Bogaard, M Charles, KC Twiss, A Fairbairn, N Yalman, D Filipovic, ...
Antiquity 83 (321), 649-668, 2009
|The demographic development of the first farmers in Anatolia|
GM Kılınç, A Omrak, F Özer, T Günther, AM Büyükkarakaya, E Bıçakçı, ...
Current Biology 26 (19), 2659-2666, 2016
|Macro-botanical evidence for plant use at Neolithic Çatalhöyük south-central Anatolia, Turkey|
A Fairbairn, E Asouti, J Near, D Martinoli
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 11 (1), 41-54, 2002
|Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use|
L Stephens, D Fuller, N Boivin, T Rick, N Gauthier, A Kay, B Marwick, ...
Science 365 (6456), 897-902, 2019
|Pleistocene occupation of New Guinea's highland and subalpine environments|
AS Fairbairn, GS Hope, GR Summerhayes
World Archaeology 38 (3), 371-386, 2006
|Wild plant seed storage at Neolithic Çatalhöyük East, Turkey|
A Fairbairn, D Martinoli, A Butler, G Hillman
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 16 (6), 467-479, 2007
|Macrobotanical investigations of the North, South and KOPAL areas at Catalhoyuk|
A Fairbairn, J Near, D Martinoli
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2005
|Nawarla gabarnmang, a 45,180±910 cal BP site in jawoyn country, southwest arnhem land plateau|
B David, JM Geneste, RL Whear, JJ Delannoy, M Katherine, RG Gunn, ...
Australian Archaeology 73 (1), 73-77, 2011
|The Boncuklu Project: the origins of sedentism, cultivation and herding in central Anatolia|
D Baird, A Fairbairn, L Martin, C Middleton
Archaeology & Art Publications 3, 219-244, 2012
|Human consumption of plant foods in the British Neolithic: direct evidence from bone stable isotopes|
MP Richards, A Fairbairn
Plants in Neolithic Britain and beyond, 123-135, 2000
|Juniper smoke, skulls and wolves’ tails. The Epipalaeolithic of the Anatolian plateau in its South-west Asian context; insights from Pınarbaşı|
D Baird, E Asouti, L Astruc, A Baysal, E Baysal, D Carruthers, A Fairbairn, ...
Levant 45 (2), 175-209, 2013
|Agricultural origins on the Anatolian plateau|
D Baird, A Fairbairn, E Jenkins, L Martin, C Middleton, J Pearson, E Asouti, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (14), E3077-E3086, 2018
|A history of agricultural production at Neolithic Çatalhöyük East, Turkey|
World archaeology 37 (2), 197-210, 2005
|Subsistence economy in Central Anatolia during the Neolithic: the archaeobotanical evidence|
E Asouti, A Fairbairn
The Neolithic of Central Anatolia, 181-192, 2002
|A Neolithic downland monument in its environment: excavations at the Easton Down long barrow, Bishops Cannings, north Wiltshire|
A Whittle, AJ Rouse, JG Evans, C Barker, C Cartwright, G Cruse, I Dennis, ...
Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 59, 197-239, 1993
|Ritual in the landscape: evidence from Pınarbaşı in the seventh-millennium cal BC Konya Plain|
D Baird, D Carruthers, A Fairbairn, J Pearson
Antiquity 85 (328), 380-394, 2011
|Neolithic human impact on the landscapes of North-East Hungary inferred from pollen and settlement records|
EK Magyari, J Chapman, AS Fairbairn, M Francis, M de Guzman
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 21 (4), 279-302, 2012
|Archaeological identification and significance of ÉSAG (agricultural storage pits) at Kaman-Kalehöyük, central Anatolia|
A Fairbairn, S Omura
Anatolian Studies, 15-23, 2005