Michael D. Petraglia


Journal Article (140)

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    Guagnin, M.; Shipton, C.; el-Dossary, S.; al-Rashid, M.; Moussa, F.; Stewart, M.; Ott, F.; Alsharekh, A.; Petraglia, M. D.: Rock art provides new evidence on the biogeography of kudu (Tragelaphus imberbis), wild dromedary, aurochs (Bos primigenius) and African wild ass (Equus africanus) in the early and middle Holocene of north-western Arabia. Journal of Biogeography (2018)
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    Bae, C. J.; Douka, K.; Petraglia, M. D.: Human colonization of Asia in the Late Pleistocene: An introduction to supplement 17. Current Anthropology (2017)
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    Yang, S.-X.; Petraglia, M. D.; Hou, Y.-M.; Yue, J.-P.; Deng, C.-L.; Zhu, R.-X.: The lithic assemblages of Donggutuo, Nihewan basin: Knapping skills of early pleistocene hominins in North China. PLoS One (2017)
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    Roberts, P.; Blinkhorn, J.; Petraglia, M. D.: A transect of environmental variability across South Asia and its influence on Late Pleistocene human innovation and occupation. Journal of Quaternary Science (2017)
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    Clark-Balzan, L.; Parton, A.; Breeze, P. S.; Groucutt, H. S.; Petraglia, M. D.: Resolving problematic luminescence chronologies for carbonate- and evaporite-rich sediments spanning multiple humid periods in the Jubbah basin, Saudi Arabia. Quaternary Geochronology (2017)
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    Roberts, P.; Perera, N.; Wedage, O.; Deraniyagala, S.; Perera, J.; Eregama, S.; Petraglia, M. D.; Lee-Thorp, J. A.: Fruits of the forest: Human stable isotope ecology and rainforest adaptations in Late Pleistocene and Holocene (∼36 to 3 ka) Sri Lanka. Journal of Human Evolution 106, pp. 102 - 118 (2017)
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    Groucutt, H. S.; Scerri, E. M.L.; Amor, K.; Shipton, C.; Jennings, R. P.; Parton, A.; Clark-Balzan, L.; Alsharekh, A.; Petraglia, M. D.: Middle Palaeolithic raw material procurement and early stage reduction at Jubbah, Saudi Arabia. Archaeological Research in Asia 9, pp. 44 - 62 (2017)
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    Breeze, P. S.; Groucutt, H. S.; Drake, N. A.; Louys, J.; Scerri, E. M.L.; Armitage, S. J.; Zalmout, I. S.A.; Memesh, A. M.; Haptari, M. A.; Soubhi, S. A. et al.; Matari, A. H.; Zahir, M.; Al-Omari, A.; Alsharekh, A. M.; Petraglia, M. D.: Prehistory and palaeoenvironments of the western Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia. Archaeological Research in Asia (2017)
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    Blinkhorn, J.; Achyuthan, H.; Ditchfield, P.; Petraglia, M. D.: Palaeoenvironmental dynamics and palaeolithic occupation at Katoati, Thar Desert, India. Quaternary Research 86 (2), pp. 298 - 313 (2017)
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    Guagnin, M.; Shipton, C.; Martin, L.; Petraglia, M. D.: The Neolithic site of Jebel Oraf 2, northern Saudi Arabia: First report of a directly dated site with faunal remains. Archaeological Research in Asia 9, pp. 63 - 67 (2017)
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    Bae, C. J.; Douka, K.; Petraglia, M. D.: On the origin of modern humans: Asian perspectives. Science 358 (6368), 9067 (2017)
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    Blinkhorn, J.; Petraglia, M. D.: Environments and Cultural Change in the Indian Subcontinent: Implications for the Dispersal of Homo sapiens in the Late Pleistocene. Current Anthropology 58 (S17), pp. S468 - S479 (2017)
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    Engel, M.; Matter, A.; Parker, A. G.; Parton, A.; Petraglia, M. D.; Preston, G. W.; Preusser, F.: Lakes or wetlands? A comment on ‘The middle Holocene climatic records from Arabia: Reassessing lacustrine environments, shift of ITCZ in Arabian Sea, and impacts of the southwest Indian and African monsoons’ by Enzel et al. Global and Planetary Change 148, pp. 258 - 267 (2017)
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    Groucutt, H. S.; Scerri, E. M. L.; Stringer, C.; Petraglia, M. D.: Skhul lithic technology and the dispersal of Homo sapiens into Southwest Asia. Quaternary International (2017)
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    Guagnin, M.; Perri, A. R.; Petraglia, M. D.: Pre-Neolithic evidence for dog-assisted hunting strategies in Arabia. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, p. In press (2017)
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    Guagnin, M.; Shipton, C.; al-Rashid, M.; Moussa, F.; El-Dossary, S.; Sleimah, M. B.; Alsharekh, A.; Petraglia, M. D.: An illustrated prehistory of the Jubbah oasis: Reconstructing Holocene occupation patterns in north-western Saudi Arabia from rock art and inscriptions. Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy 28 (2), pp. 138 - 152 (2017)
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    Stewart, M.; Louys, J.; Price, G. J.; Drake, N. A.; Groucutt, H. S.; Petraglia, M. D.: Middle and Late Pleistocene mammal fossils of Arabia and surrounding regions: Implications for biogeography and hominin dispersals. Quaternary International (2017)
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    Yang, S.-X.; Zhang, Y.-X.; Li, Y.-Q.; Zhao, C.; Li, X.-Q.; Yue, J.-P.; Hou, Y.-M.; Deng, C.-L.; Zhu, R.-X.; Petraglia, M. D.: Environmental change and raw material selection strategies at Taoshan: A terminal Late Pleistocene to Holocene site in north-eastern China. Journal of Quaternary Science 32 (5), pp. 553 - 563 (2017)
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    Jennings, R. P.; Parton, A.; Clark-Balzan, L.; White, T. S.; Groucutt, H. S.; Breeze, P. S.; Parker, A. G.; Drake, N. A.; Petraglia, M. D.: Human occupation of the northern Arabian interior during early Marine Isotope Stage 3. Journal of Quaternary Science (2016)
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    Roberts, P.; Boivin, N. L.; Lee-Thorp, J.; Petraglia, M. D.; Stock, J.: Tropical forests and the genus Homo. Evolutionary Anthropology 25 (6), pp. 306 - 317 (2016)
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