Danielle Macdonald
Danielle Macdonald
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Tulsa
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Twenty thousand-year-old huts at a hunter-gatherer settlement in eastern Jordan
LA Maher, T Richter, D Macdonald, MD Jones, L Martin, JT Stock
PloS one 7 (2), e31447, 2012
1012012
The application of focus variation microscopy for lithic use-wear quantification
DA Macdonald
Journal of Archaeological Science 48, 26-33, 2014
622014
Using metrology in early prehistoric stone tool research: further work and a brief instrument comparison
AA Evans, D Macdonald
Scanning, 2011
572011
New method development in prehistoric stone tool research: evaluating use duration and data analysis protocols
AA Evans, DA Macdonald, CL Giusca, RK Leach
Micron 65, 69-75, 2014
292014
Standardization, calibration and innovation: a special issue on lithic microwear method
AA Evans, H Lerner, DA Macdonald, WJ Stemp, PC Anderson
Journal of Archaeological Science 48, 1-4, 2014
272014
Occupying wide open spaces? Late Pleistocene hunter–gatherer activities in the Eastern Levant
LA Maher, DA Macdonald, A Allentuck, L Martin, A Spyrou, MD Jones
Quaternary International 396, 79-94, 2016
252016
Risk, reliability and resilience: phytolith evidence for alternative ‘neolithization’pathways at Kharaneh IV in the Azraq Basin, Jordan
MN Ramsey, LA Maher, DA Macdonald, A Rosen
PloS one 11 (10), e0164081, 2016
212016
Interpreting variability through multiple methodologies: the interplay of form and function in Epipalaeolithic microliths
D Macdonald
University of Toronto, 2013
172013
The environmental setting of Epipalaeolithic aggregation site Kharaneh IV
MD Jones, LA Maher, DA Macdonald, C Ryan, C Rambeau, S Black, ...
Quaternary International 396, 95-104, 2016
162016
Assessing typo-technological variability in Epipalaeolithic assemblages: preliminary results from two case studies from the Southern Levant
LA Maher, DA Macdonald
Stone Tools in Transition: From Hunter-Gatherers to Farming Societies in the …, 2013
152013
Replicating surface texture: preliminary testing of molding compound accuracy for surface measurements
DA Macdonald, R Harman, AA Evans
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 18, 839-846, 2018
122018
Human-environment interactions through the Epipalaeolithic of Eastern Jordan
MD Jones, LA Maher, T Richter
The Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions, 135-154, 2016
122016
Sheltered by reeds and settled on sedges: Construction and use of a twenty thousand-year-old hut according to phytolith analysis from Kharaneh IV, Jordan
MN Ramsey, LA Maher, DA Macdonald, D Nadel, AM Rosen
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 50, 85-97, 2018
112018
The Geometric Kebaran occupation and lithic assemblage of Wadi Mataha, southern Jordan
DA Macdonald, M Chazan, JC Janetski
Quaternary International 396, 105-120, 2016
112016
Evaluating surface cleaning techniques of stone tools using laser scanning confocal microscopy
DA Macdonald, AA Evans
Microscopy Today 22 (3), 22-27, 2014
112014
Testing imaging confocal microscopy, laser scanning confocal microscopy, and focus variation microscopy for microscale measurement of edge cross-sections and calculation of …
WJ Stemp, DA Macdonald, MA Gleason
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 24, 513-525, 2019
92019
The effect of use duration on surface roughness measurements of stone tool.
CL Giusca, AA Evans, D McDonald, RK Leach
72012
Communities of Interaction: Tradition and Learning in Stone Tool Production Through the Lens of the Epipaleolithic of Kharaneh IV, Jordan
LA Maher, DA Macdonald
Culture History and Convergent Evolution, 213-243, 2020
62020
Here's the dirt: First applications of confocal microscopy for quantifying microwear on experimental ground stone earth working tools
DA Macdonald, L Xie, T Gallo
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 26, 101861, 2019
52019
technological change and economy in the epipalaeolithic: assessing the shift from early to middle epipalaeolithic at kharaneh IV
DA Macdonald, A Allentuck, LA Maher
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (6), 437-456, 2018
52018
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