Taphonomic and Palaeoenvironmental Research

  • 2004 by S. Haberle & B. DAVID. Climates of change: human dimensions of Holocene environmental change in low latitudes of the PEPII transect.Quaternary International 118-119: 165-179.
  • 2002 by P. Kershaw, B. DAVID, N. Tapper, D. Penny & J. Brown (eds).Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.
  • 2002 by B. DAVID, P. Kershaw & N. Tapper. Bridging Wallace’s Line: bringing home the Antipodes. In P. Kershaw, B. DAVID, N. Tapper, D. Penny & J. Brown (eds), Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region, pp. 1-4. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.
  • 2002 by H. Lourandos & B. DAVID. Long-term archaeological and environmental trends: a comparison from late Pleistocene-Holocene Australia. In P. Kershaw, B. DAVID, N. Tapper, D. Penny & J. Brown (eds), Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region, pp. 307-338. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.
  • 2002 by P. Kershaw, B. DAVID, N. Tapper, D. Penny & J. Brown. Preface. In P. Kershaw, B. DAVID, N. Tapper, D. Penny & J. Brown (eds), Bridging Wallace’s Line: the Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the Australian-Southeast Asian Region, pp. i-vi. Advances in Geoecology 34, Catena Verlag GMBH, Reiskirchen.
  • 2001 by C. Rowe, B. DAVID, J. Stanisic & H. Lourandos. The helicinid land snail Pleuropoma extincta (Odhner, 1917) as an environmental indicator in archaeology. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 46: 741-70.
  • 2001 by R. Gillespie & B. DAVID. The Importance, or Impotence, of Cuddie Springs. Australasian Science 22(9): 42-43.
  • 2000 by A.P. Kershaw, P.G. Quilty, B. DAVID, S. van Huet & A. McMinn. Palaeobiogeography of the Quaternary of Australasia. In A.J. Wright, G.C. Young, J.A. Talent & J.R. Laurie (eds), Palaeobiogeography of Australasian Faunas and Floras. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 23, pp. 471-516, Canberra.
  • 1998 by H. Lourandos & B. DAVID. Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semiarid Australia. The Artefact 21: 105-114.
  • 1991 by B. DAVID. Raiders of the lost axe: on macropods, phalangers, where and why – comments on Sutton’s comment on Morwood and Trezise (and Pleistocene axes). Queensland Archaeological Research 8: 108-111.
  • 1991 by B. DAVID & J. Stanisic. Land snails from Australian archaeological sites: initial results from Echidna’s Rest (north Queensland). The Artefact 14: 19-24.
  • 1990. B. DAVID. How was this bone burnt? In S. Solomon, I. Davidson & D. Watson (eds.) Problem Solving in Taphonomy. Tempus 2: 65-79.
  • 1990. S. Solomon & B. DAVID. Middle Range Theory and actualistic studies: bones and dingoes in Australian Archaeology. In S. Solomon, I. Davidson & D. Watson (eds.) Problem Solving in Taphonomy. Tempus 2: 234-56.