AHOB Publication List

 

Abel, R.L, Parfitt, S.A., Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., Scott, B. and Stringer, C.B. 2011. Digital preservation of ancient lithic technology with modern micro-CT. Computers and Graphics 35, 878-884.

AHOB Project Members. 2001. A. Homo Britannicus. Higher Education and Research Opportunities in the United Kingdom.

AHOB Project Members. 2002. The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain (AHOB) Project. Before Farming

Allen, P., Bridgland, D., Haggart, A., Schwenninger, J-L., White, M., and Wilson, D. 2007. Foxhall Road, Ipswich. A reinvestigation and re-assessment of an archaeological site. Transactions of the Suffolk Naturalists’ Society 43, 26-30.

Allsworth-Jones, A., Oyelaran, P. A., Stringer, C.B. and Compton, T. 2012. Itaakpa, a Late Stone Age site in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Field Archaeology 37, 163-177.

Amkreutz, L., Glimmerveen, J., Hublin, J.-J., Roebroeks, W. and Anthonis, L. 2010. Een Neanderthaler uit de Noordzee, Westerheem 59, 50-59.

Andrews, P. and Fernández-Jalvo, Y. 2003. Cannibalism in Britain: taphonomy of the Creswellian (Pleistocene) faunal and human remains from Gough's Cave (Somerset, England) Bulletin of The Natural History Museum Geology Series 58 (supp): 59-81.

Ashton, N.M. and Hosfield, R. 2010. Mapping the human record in the British early Palaeolithic: evidence from the Solent River system. Journal of Quaternary Science 25, 737-753.

Ashton, N. and Lewis, S. 2001. Stratigraphy and palynology at Hoxne: a comment on Gosling (2001) Quaternary Newsletter 76, 19-21.

Ashton, N. and Lewis, S. 2002. Deserted Britain: declining populations in the British late Middle Pleistocene. Antiquity 76, 388-396.

Ashton, N.M. and Lewis, S.G. 2005. Maidscross Hill, Lakenheath. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History.

Ashton, N.M. and Lewis, S.G. 2012. The environmental contexts of early human occupation of north-west Europe: the British Lower Palaeolithic record. Quaternary International 271,

Ashton, N.M. and White, M.J. 2001. Bifaces et matière première au Paléolithique Inférieur et au début du Paléolithique Moyen en Grande-Bretagne. In D. Cliquet (ed.) Les Industries à outils bifaciaux du Paléolithique moyen d'Europe occidentale. Pp. 13-19. Liège. ERAUL.

Ashton, N.M. and White, M. 2003. Bifaces and raw materials: flexible flaking in the British early Palaeolithic. In M. Soresi and H. Dibble (eds) Multiple Approaches to the Study of Bifacial Technologies. University Museum Monograph 115, Philadelphia. Pp 109-124

Ashton, N., S. G. Lewis, and S. A. Parfitt. 2000. East Farm, Barnham, Suffolk. Pp. 165-175 in S. G. Lewis, C. A. Whiteman, and R. C. Preece (eds.) The Quaternary of Norfolk and Suffolk Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association: London.

Ashton, N., S. G. Lewis, D. H. Keen, and S. A. Parfitt. Excavations at Elveden, Suffolk (TL 809804). Pp. 177-183 in S. G. Lewis, C. A. Whiteman, and R. C. Preece (eds.) The Quaternary of Norfolk and Suffolk Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association: London.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., and Parfitt, S.A. 2001. Hoxne 2000. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History XL (part 1).

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., and Parfitt, S.A. 2002. Hoxne 2001. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History. XL (part 2)

Ashton, N., Jacobi, R and White, M. 2003. The dating of Levallois sites in west London. Quaternary Newsletter 99: 25-32

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Parfitt, S.A. 2003. Hoxne 2002. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History XL (part 3).

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Parfitt, S.A. 2003. High Lodge 2002. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History XL (part 3).

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Parfitt, S.A. 2004. Hoxne 2003. Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and Natural History.

Ashton, N., Lewis, S., Parfitt, S., Candy, I., Keen, D., Kemp, R., Penkman, K., Thomas, G., Whittaker, J. and White, M. (2005). Excavations at the Lower Palaeolithic site at Elveden, Suffolk, UK. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 71: 1-61.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S., Parfitt, S., and White, M. 2006. Riparian landscapes and human habitat preferences during the Hoxnian (MIS 11) Interglacial. Journal of Quaternary Science 21, 497-506.

Ashton, N., Parfitt, S., Lewis, S.G., Coope, G.R. and Larkin, N. 2007. Happisburgh 1 (TG388307). In: I. Candy, J.R. Lee and A.M Harrison (eds.) The Quaternary of Northern East Anglia. Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., Parfitt, S.A., Penkman, K.E.H. and Coope, G.R. 2008. New evidence for complex climate change in MIS 11 from Hoxne, UK. Quaternary Science Reviews 27, 652–668

Ashton, N., Parfitt, S., Lewis, S.G., Coope, G.R. and Larkin, N. 2008. Happisburgh 1 (TG388307). In: I. Candy, J.R. Lee and A.M. Harrison (eds.) The Quaternary of Northern East Anglia. Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G., Parfitt, S.A. and Padfield, D. 2009. Benacre (TM535835). Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History

Ashton, N.M., Parfitt, S.A. and Lewis, S.G. 2010. The first pioneers. British Museum Magazine 67, 7-8.

Ashton, N.M., Parfitt, S.A. and Lewis, S.G. 2010. I piú antichi «Englishmen» della storia. Archeo November, 8-10.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Hosfield, R. 2011. Mapping the human record: Population change in Britain during the later Middle Pleistocene. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 39-51.

Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) 2011. The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Ashton, N.M, Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. 2011. Preface. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. ix-x.

Ashton, N. S. G. Lewis, I. De Groote, S. M. Duffy, M. Bates, R. Bates, P. Hoare, M. Lewis, S. A. Parfitt, S. Peglar, C. Williams, and C. B. Stringer. 2014. Hominin footprints from Early Pleistocene deposits at Happisburgh, UK. PLoS One, 9(2): 388329: 1-13.

Ashton, N.M. (2001). One step beyond. Flint shortage above the Goring Gap: the example of Wolvercote. In Milliken, S and Cook, J (eds), A very Remote Period Indeed: papers on the Palaeolithic presented to Derek Roe. Oxford: Oxbow, pp 199-206.

Ashton, N.M. 2002. Absence of humans in Britain during the last interglacial (Oxygen Isotope Stage 5e). In A. Tuffreau and W. Roebroeks (Eds). Le Dernier Interglaciaire et les Occupations Humaines du Paléolithique Moyen. Lille: Publications du CERP.

Ashton, N.M. 2003. First humans in Britain. British Archaeology 70, 8-13.

Ashton, N.M. 2004. The role of refitting in the British Lower Palaeolithic: a time for reflection. In E. Walker, F. Wenban-Smith and F. Healy (eds) Lithics in Action. Lithic Studies Society Occasional Paper No. 8. Oxbow, Oxford.

Ashton, N.M. 2007. Flakes, cores, flexibility and obsession: situational behaviour in the British Lower Palaeolithic. In S.P. McPherron (ed.) Tools Versus Cores. Alternative Approaches to Stone Tool Analysis. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle. 1-16.

Ashton, N.M. 2007. Refitting and technology in the British Lower Palaeolithic: where are we? In U. Schurmans and M. De Bie (eds), Fitting Rocks: Lithic Refitting Examined. BAR International Series 1596: Oxford. 45-53.

Ashton, N.M. 2007. Human Arrival. British Museum Magazine 59, 36-39.

Ashton, N.M. 2009. John James Wymer, 1928-2006. In R.T. Hosfield, F.F. Wenban-Smith and M. Pope (eds). Great Prehistorians: 150 Years of Palaeolithic Research, 1859-2009 (Special Volume of Lithics: The Journal of the Lithics Studies Society). Lithics Studies Society: London; pp. 213-222.

Ashton, N.M. 2009. Transport, curation and resharpening of lithics in the Lower Palaeolithic Lithics 29

Ashton, N.M. 2009. Reply to Wenban-Smith, F.F. Comment on Transport, curation and resharpening of lithics in the Lower Palaeolithic. Lithics 29

Ashton, N.M. 2009. John James Wymer, 1928-2006. Lithics 30

Ashton, N.M. 2011. Comment on Moncel et al. The emergence of Neanderthal technical behaviour: new evidence from Orgnac 3 (Level 1, MIS 8), southeastern France. Current Anthropology 52, 61-62.

Aubert, M., Pike, A. W. G., Stringer, C.B., Bartsiokas, A., Kinsley, L., Eggins, S., Day, M. and Grün, R. 2012. Confirmation of a late middle Pleistocene age for the Omo Kibish 1 cranium by direct uranium-series dating. Journal of Human Evolution 63, 704-710.

Barham, L.S., Pinto Llona, A. and Stringer, C. 2002. Bone tools from Broken Hill (Kabwe) cave, Zambia, and their evolutionary significance. Before Farming, Vol. 2.

Barton, R.N.E., Jacobi, R.M., Stapert, D. and Street, M. 2003. The Late Glacial reoccupation of the British Isles and the Creswellian. Journal of Quaternary Science, 18: 631-643.

Barton, N., Bouzzougar, J., Collcutt, S., Gale, R., Higham, T., Humphrey, L., Parfitt, S., Rhodes, E., Stringer, C. and Malek, F. 2005. The Late Upper Palaeolithic occupation of the Moroccan northwest Maghreb during the Last Glacial Maximum. African Archaeological Review. 22: 77-100.

Barton, R.N., Bouzouggar, A., Bronk-Ramsey, C., Collcutt, S., Higham, T., Humphrey, L., Parfitt, S., Rhodes, E., Schwenninger, J.L., Stringer, C. and Ward, S. 2007. Abrupt climatic change and chronology of the Upper Palaeolithic in northern and eastern Morocco. In P. Mellars, K.

Barton, R.N.E., Bouzouggar, A., Humphrey, L.T., Berridge, P., Collcutt, S.N., Gale, R., Parfitt, S., Parker, A.G., Rhodes, E.J. and Schwenninger, J-L. 2008. Human burial evidence from Hattab II Cave (Oued Laou-Tétuoan, Morocco) and the question of continuity in Late Pleistocene- Holocene mortuary practices in Northwest Africa. Cambridge journal of Archaeology 18, 195-214.

Barton, R.N.E., Stringer, C.B. and Collcutt, S.N. 2012. The late Pleistocene human occupation of Gorham’s and Vanguard Caves: some reflections. In: Barton, R.N.E.; Stringer, C.B. and Finlayson, J.C. (eds). Neanderthals in context: a report of the 1995-1998 excavations at Gorham’s and Vanguard Caves, Gibraltar. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Monograph 75. Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford, Oxford. pp. 292-298.

Barton, R.N.E., Stringer, C.B. and Finlayson, J.C. 2012. Neanderthals in context: a report of the 1995-1998 excavations at Gorham’s and Vanguard Caves, Gibraltar. Oxford University School of Archaeology: Monograph 75. Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford, Oxford.

Bastir, M., Rosas, A., Stringer, C., Cuétara, J.M., Kruszynski, R., Weber, G., Ross, C. and Ravosa, M. 2010. Effects of brain and facial size on basicranial form in human and primate evolution. Journal of Human Evolution 58, 424-431.

Bastir, M., Rosas, A., Gunz, P., Peña-Melian, A., Manzi, G., Harvati, K., Kruszynski, R., Stringer, C.B. and Hublin J.-J. 2011. Evolution of the base of the brain in highly encephalized human species. Nature Communications 2: 588.

Bates M.R., Barham A.J., Jones S., Parfitt K., Parfitt S.A., Pedley M., Preece R.C., Walker M.J.C. and Whittaker J.E. 2008. Holocene sequences and archaeology from the Crabble Mill site, Dover, UK and their regional significance. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 119, 299-327.

Bates, M.R., Whittaker, J.E.P. and Parfitt, S.A. 2009 West Street, Selsey. In: Briant, R.M., Bates, M.R., Hosfield, R.T. and Wenban-Smith, F.F. (eds.), Quaternary Research Association (Great Britain). Field Meeting (2009) The Quaternary of the Solent Basin and the West Sussex raised beaches: field guide. Quaternary Research Association.

Bates, M., M. Pope, A. Shaw, B. Scott, J.-L. Schwenninger. 2013. Late Neanderthal occupation in North-West Europe: rediscovery, investigation and dating of a last glacial sediment sequence at the site of La Cotte de Saint Brelade, Jersey. Journal of Quaternary Science 28(7):1099-1417.

Bates, M.R., Wenban-Smith, F.F., Bridgland, D.R., Collins, M., Keen, D.H., Parfitt S.A., K.E.H. Penkman, Rhodes, E., and Whittaker J. Unpublished. Late Middle Pleistocene human occupation and palaeoenvironment reconstruction at Harnham, Salisbury (UK): Interim results. Submitted to Journal of Quaternary Science.

Bello S.M. and Soligo C. 2008. A new method for the quantitative analysis of cutmark micromorphology. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35: 1542-1552.

Bello, S., Soligo, C., and Parfitt, S. 2007. Micromorphology of cut-marks in Palaeolithic Britain. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 132 (S44), 71-72.

Bello S.M., Parfitt, S.A. and Stringer C., 2009. Quantitative micromorphological analyses of cut marks produced by ancient and modern handaxes. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36: 1869-1880.

Bello S.M., Verveniotou E., Cornish L. and Parfitt, S.A. 2011. 3-Dimensional microscope analysis of bone and tooth surface modifications: comparisons of fossil specimens and replicas. SCANNING 33: 1-9.

Bello, S.M., Parfitt, S.A. and Stringer, C.B. 2011. Earliest directly-dated human skull-cups. PLoS ONE 6(2) e17026. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0017026

Bello, S., Parfitt, S. and Stringer, C. 2011. Gough’s Cave, Somerset. British Archaeology 118, 12-19.

Bello S.M., Parfitt S.A., Cáceres I., Saladié P., Rodríguez-Hidalgo A. 2012. Upper Palaeolithic ritualistic cannibalism: Gough’s Cave (Somerset, UK) from head to toe. Proceeding of the ESHE 2: 38.

Bello S.M., De Groote I., Delbarre G. 2013. Application of 3-dimensional microscopy and micro-CT scanning to the analysis of Magdalenian portable art on bone and antler. Journal of Archaeological Science 40(5): 2464-2476.

Bello S.M., Delbarre G., Parfitt S.A., Currant A.P., Kruszynski R. and Stringer C.B. 2013. Lost and found. The remarkable curatorial history of one of the earliest discoveries of Palaeolithic portable art. Antiquity 87 (335): 237-244.

Bello, S.M. 2010. Butchered but not eaten? New evidence from the analyses of cut-marks on human remains at Gough’s Cave (Somerset, England, 14,700 cal BP). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 132(S44): 65

Bello, S.M. 2011. New results from the examination of cut-marks using 3D imaging. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 249-262.

Benazzi, S., Douka, K., Fornai, C., Bauer, C.C., Kullmer, O., Svoboda, J., Pap, I., Mallegni, F., Bayle, P., Coquerelle, M., Condemi, S., Ronchitelli, A., Harvati, K. and Weber, G.W. (2011) Early dispersal of modern humans in Europe and implications for Neanderthal behaviour, Nature, 479: 525-528.

Bennike, O., Lindgård, E., Granat, H.J., Preece, R.C. and Viehberg, F. 2011. A new Middle Pleistocene interglacial sequence from Måløv, Sjælland, Denmark. Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin 23, 29-32.

Bird, M.I., Charville-Mort, P.D.J., Ascough, P.L., Wood, R., Higham, T. and Apperley, D. 2010. Assessment of oxygen plasma ashing as a pre-treatment for radiocarbon dating, Quaternary Geochronology 5,435-442: Proceedings of C541

Boismier, W., Schreve, D.C., White, M.J. Robertson, D.A. Stuart, A.J., Etienne, S., Andrews, J., Coope., G.R., Field, M., Greeh, F.M.L. Ken, D.H., Lewis, S.G., French, C.A., Rhodes, E. Schwenninger, J-L., Tovey, K and O'Connor. S. 2003. A Middle Palaeolithic site at Lynford Quarry, Mundford, Norfolk: Interim statement. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 69, 314-324

Bouzouggar, A., Barton, R.N.E., Collcutt, S.N., Parfitt, S.A., Higham, T.F.G., Rhodes, E.J. and Gale, R. 2006. Le Paléolithique Supérieur au Maroc: approt des sites du Nord-Ouest et de l’Oriental. In: Sanchidrián, J-L. Márquez and Fullola, J.M. (eds.), La Cuenca Mediterránea durante el Paleolítico Superior (38, 000 – 10, 000 años) IV Simposio de Prehistoria Cueva de Nerja (Málaga, Fundación Cueva de Nerja and Málaga UISPP, Com. 8), 138-150.

Bouzouggar, A., Barton, N., Vanhaeren, M., d'Errico, F., Collcutt, S., Higham, T., Hodge, E., Parfitt, S., Rhodes, E., Schwenninger, J.-L., Stringer, C., Turner, E., Ward, S., Moutmir, A. and Stambouli A. 2007. 82,000-year-old shell beads from North Africa and implications for the origins of modern human behavior. Proceedings National Academy Sciences USA. 104, 9964-9969.

Brand, D., Booth, S. and Rose J. 2002. Late Devensian Glaciation, Ice-Dammed Lake And River Diversion, Stiffkey, North Norfolk, England. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 54, 35-46

Bräuer, G., Collard, M. and Stringer C. 2004. On the reliability of recent tests of the Out of Africa hypothesis for modern human origins. Anatomical Record 279A: 701-707

Bräuer, G., Broeg, H. and Stringer, C. 2006. The earliest Upper Palaeolithic crania from the Czech Republic and the question of Neanderthal-modern continuity: metrical evidence from the fronto-facial region. In C. Finlayson and C. Stringer (eds) Proceedings of the Calpe 2001 Conference, Gibraltar. Chicago University Press: Chicago, pp. 269-279.

Bräuer, G., Broeg, H. and Stringer, C. 2006. Earliest Upper Palaeolithic crania from Mlade?, Czech Republic, and the question of Neanderthal-modern continuity: metrical evidence from the fronto-facial region. In Harvati, K and Harrison, T. (eds) Neanderthals Revisited: New Approaches and Perspectives. Springer, New York., pp. 269-279.

Breda, M., S. E. Collinge, S. A. Parfitt, and A. M. Lister. 2010. Metric analysis of ungulate mammals in the early Middle Pleistocene of Britain, in relation to taxonomy and biostratigraphy: I: Rhinocerotidae and Bovidae. Quaternary International, 228: 136-156.

Briant, R.M., Kilfeather, A.A., Parfitt, S., Penkman, K., Preece, R.C., Roe, H.M., Schwenninger, J-L, Wenban-Smith, F.F. and Whittaker, J.E. 2012. Integrated chronological control on an archaeologically significant Pleistocene river terrace sequence: the Thames-Medway, eastern Essex, England. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 123, 87–108.

Bridgland, D.R., and Schreve, D.C. 2001. River terrace formation in synchrony with long-term climatic fluctuation: supporting mammalian evidence from southern Britain. In D. Maddy, M. Macklin and J. Woodward (eds.). River Basin Sediment Systems: Archives of Environmental Change. Rotterdam: Balkema. 229-248.

Bridgland, D.R. and Schreve, D.C. 2004. Quaternary lithostratigraphy and mammalian biostratigraphy of the Lower Thames terrace system, south-east England. Quaternaire, 15, 29-40.

Bridgland, D.R and Schreve, D.C. 2009. Implications of new Quaternary uplift models for correlation between the Middle and Upper Thames terrace sequences, UK. Global and Planetary Change 68, 346-356.

Bridgland, D.R. and White, M.J. 2001. Assessment of the Potential for Early Palaeolithic Archaeology in the Low-Lying Gravels of the Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire: The Hanson Quarries. Cambridge Archaeological Unit Report, University of Cambridge.

Bridgland, D.R., Schreve, D.C., Allen, P. and Keen, D.H. 2004. Key Middle Pleistocene localities of the Lower Thames: site conservation issues, recent research and report of a Geologists' Association excursion, 8th July, 2000. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 114, 211-225.

Bridgland, D.R., Schreve, D.C., Keen, D.H., Meyrick, R. and Westaway, R. 2004. Biostratigraphical correlation between the late Quaternary sequence of the Thames and key fluvial localities in Central Germany. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 115, 125-140.

Bridgland, D., Howard, A., White, M. and White, T. (eds) 2008. Quaternary of the Trent: QRA Field Guide. London: QRA

Bridgland, D.R., Colledge, N.R. and Silva, B.N. (eds) 2008. Quaternary of the British Isles and Adjoining Areas. Abstracts for Meeting. Quaternary Research Association Annual Discussion Meeting, January 8-10, 2008. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Bridgland, D.R and Schreve, D.C. 2009. Implications of new Quaternary uplift models for correlation between the Middle and Upper Thames terrace sequences, UK. Global and Planetary Change 68, 346-356.

Bridgland, D.R., Harding, P., Allen, P., Candy, I., Cherry, C., Horne, D., Keen, D.H., Penkman, K.E.H., Preece, R.C., Rhodes, E.J., Scaife, R., Schreve, D.C., Schwenninger, J.-L., Slipper, I., Ward, G., White, M.J. and Whittaker, J.E. 2013 An enhanced record of MIS 9 environments, geochronology and geoarchaeology: data from construction of the Channel Tunnel rail-link and other recent investigations at Purfleet, Essex, UK. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 124: 417-476.

Britton, K., Gaudzinski-Windheuser, S., Roebroeks, W., Kindler, L., Richards, M.P. 2012. Stable isotope analysis of well-preserved 120,000-year-old herbivore bone collagen from the Middle Palaeolithic site of Neumark-Nord 2, Germany reveals niche separation between bovids and equids. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 333-334, 168-177.

Brock, F., Higham, T.F.G., Ditchfield, P. and Bronk Ramsey, C. 2010. Current pretreatment methods for AMS radiocarbon dating at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit (ORAU), Radiocarbon 52 (1), 103-112

Brown, E.J., Rose, J., Coope R.G., Lowe, J.J. 2007 An MIS 3 age organic deposit from Balglass Burn, central Scotland: significance for the palaeoenvironment of Scotland, and for the timing of the onset of the LGM in Britain and the adjacent seas. Journal of Quaternary Science, 22, 295-308.

Candy, I. and Schreve, D.C. 2007. Land–sea correlation of Middle Pleistocene temperate sub-stages using high-precision uranium-series dating of tufa deposits from southern England. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26, 1223-1235.

Candy, I., Holmes, P., Rose, J., Lee, J.R. 2007. Earsham (TM 313 888): Wroxham Crag deposits. In: Candy, I., Lee, J.R., and Harrison, A.M. (Eds). The Quaternary of northern East Anglia. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Candy, I., Rose, J., Lee, J.R. 2006. A seasonally ‘dry’ temperate climate in eastern England during the early Middle Pleistocene: palaeopedological and stable isotope evidence from Pakefield, UK. Boreas 35: 255-265.

Candy, I., Holmes, P., Rose, J. and Lee, J.R. 2008. Earsham (TM 313 888): Wroxham Crag deposits. In: I. Candy, J.R. Lee and A.M. Harrison (eds.) The Quaternary of Northern East Anglia. Field Guide. Quaternary Research Association, London.

Candy, I., Coope, G.R., Lee, J.R., Parfitt, S.A., Preece, R.C., Rose, J. and Schreve, D.C. 2010. Pronounced warmth during early Middle Pleistocene interglacials: investigating the Mid-Brunhes Event in the British terrestrial sequence. Earth Science Reviews 103, 183-196.

Candy, I., Silva, B. and Lee, J.R. 2011. Climates of the early Middle Pleistocene in Britain: Environments of the earliest humans in northern Europe. In Ashton, N., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C. (eds). The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain Project. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 11-21.

Candy, I., Stephens, M., Hancock, J. and Waghorn, R. 2011. Palaeoenvironments of human occupation: The stable isotopic record of terrestrial carbonates. In Ashton, N.M., Lewis, S.G. and Stringer, C.B. (eds) The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 23-37.

Candy, I., Adamson, K., Gallant, C., Maher, E. and Pope, R., 2012. Oxygen and carbon isotopic composition of Quaternary meteoric carbonates from western and southern Europe: their role in palaeoenvironmental reconstruction. Palaeoclimatology, Palaeogeography, Palaeoecology 326-328, 1-11.

Candy, I. and McClymont, E.L., 2013. Interglacial intensity in the North Atlantic over the last 800,000 years: investigating the complexity of the mid-Brunhes Event (MBE). Journal of Quaternary Science 28, 343-347.

Candy, I. 2003. The sedimentology and isotope geochemistry of the Rootlet Bed and other pre-glacial sediments at Pakefield, Eastern England. AHOB Sedimentology, Isotope Geology and Geochronology Internal Report, No. 1.

Candy, I. 2003. Preliminary results of a stable isotpic study on V. pricinalis shells from the Hoxnian type site, Hoxne. AHOB Sedimentology, Isotope Geology and Geochronology Internal Report, No. 2.

Candy, I. 2003. Stable isotopic evidence for palaeoclimatic conditions during the Hoxnian from carbonate shell analysis. AHOB Sedimentology, Isotope Geology and Geochronology Internal Report, No. 3.

Candy, I. 2003. The micro-morphology and isotopic composition of carbonate rhizocretions from Elveden, Suffolk: a preliminary report on their palaeo-environmental significance. AHOB Sedimentology, Isotope Geology and Geochronology Internal Report, No. 4.

Carr, S.J., Holmes, R., van der Meer, J.J.M., Rose, J. 2006. The Last Glacial Maximum in the North Sea Basin: micromorphological evidence of extensive glaciation. Journal of Quaternary Science, 21, 131-153. DOI: 10/1002.jqs.950

Carrión J., Rose, J. and Stringer, C. 2011. Early Human Evolution in the Western Palaearctic: Ecological Scenarios. Quaternary Science Reviews 30: 1281-1295

Cohen, K.M., MacDonald, K., Joordens, J.J., Roebroeks, W. and Gibbard, P.L. 2012. Earliest occupation of north-western Europe: a coastal perspective. Quaternary International, 271, 70-83.

Compton, T. and Stringer, C.B. 2012. The fossil human remains. In: S. Aldhouse-Green (ed.) Pontnewydd and the Elwy Valley Caves. University of Wales Press and National Museums and Galleries of Wales, Cardiff. pp. 118-230

Coope, G.R. and Rose, J. 2008. Palaeotemperatures and palaeoenvironments during the Younger Dryas – arthropod evidence from Croftamie at the type site of the Loch Lomond Readvance, Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology 44, 43-49.

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