November 11, 2020

2.1 Innovative Research in Australia: Diversity and Complexity in Australia’s Past

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Prof. Sean Ulm, James Cook University.

https://research.jcu.edu.au/portfolio/sean.ulm/ 

ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage.

https://epicaustralia.org.au/

Ulm, S. 2013. ‘‘Complexity’ and the Australian continental narrative: Themes in the archaeology of Holocene Australia’. Quaternary International 285: 182-192.

Kreij, A., Scriffignano, J., Rosendahl, D., Nagel, T. and Ulm, S. 2018. ‘Aboriginal stone-walled intertidal fishtrap morphology, function and chronology investigated with high-resolution close-range Unmanned Aerial Vehicle photogrammetry’. Journal of Archaeological Science 96: 148-161.

Mackenzie, L., Moss, P., and Ulm, S. 2020. ‘A late-Holocene record of coastal wetland development and fire regimes in tropical northern Australia’, The Holocene, 30 (10): 1379-1390.

Benjamin, J., O'Leary, M., McDonald, J., Wiseman, C., McCarthy, J., Beckett, E., Morrison, P., Stankiewicz, F., Leach, J., Hacker, J., Baggaley, P., Jerbić, K., Fowler, M., Fairweather, J., Jeffries, P., Ulm, S. and Bailey, G. 2020. ‘Aboriginal artefacts on the continental shelf reveal ancient drowned cultural landscapes in northwest Australia’. PLoS ONE 15 (7): 1-31.

 

 

This is a podcast about new and innovative research in archaeology.

Each episode I talk with pioneering and influential archaeologists about their journal papers, books and research projects.

Season 1 is all about the latest research into the Archaeology of the Roman West.

Season 2 is on Innovative Research in Australia.

Season 3 is on Early Medieval Europe.

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