|Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years ago|
C Clarkson, Z Jacobs, B Marwick, R Fullagar, L Wallis, M Smith, ...
Nature 547 (7663), 306-310, 2017
|The archaeology, chronology and stratigraphy of Madjedbebe (Malakunanja II): A site in northern Australia with early occupation|
C Clarkson, M Smith, B Marwick, R Fullagar, LA Wallis, P Faulkner, ...
Journal of human evolution 83, 46-64, 2015
|An improved OSL chronology for the Still Bay layers at Blombos Cave, South Africa: further tests of single-grain dating procedures and a re-evaluation of the timing of the …|
Z Jacobs, EH Hayes, RG Roberts, RF Galbraith, CS Henshilwood
Journal of archaeological science 40 (1), 579-594, 2013
|Making sense of residues on flaked stone artefacts: learning from blind tests|
V Rots, E Hayes, D Cnuts, C Lepers, R Fullagar
PLoS One 11 (3), e0150437, 2016
|Evidence for P leistocene seed grinding at L ake M ungo, south‐eastern A ustralia|
R Fullagar, E Hayes, B Stephenson, J Field, C Matheson, N Stern, ...
Archaeology in Oceania 50, 3-19, 2015
|Sandstone grinding/pounding tools: Use-trace reference libraries and Australian archaeological applications|
E Hayes, C Pardoe, R Fullagar
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20, 97-114, 2018
|Learning from blind tests: Determining the function of experimental grinding stones through use-wear and residue analysis|
EH Hayes, D Cnuts, C Lepers, V Rots
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 245-260, 2017
|Grinding grounds: Function and distribution of grinding stones from an open site in the Pilbara, western Australia|
R Fullagar, B Stephenson, E Hayes
Quaternary International 427, 175-183, 2017
|Viability of Raman microscopy to identify micro‐residues related to tool‐use and modern contaminants on prehistoric stone artefacts|
L Bordes, LC Prinsloo, R Fullagar, T Sutikna, E Hayes, E Wahyu Saptomo, ...
Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 48 (9), 1212-1221, 2017
|Movement of lithics by trampling: an experiment in the Madjedbebe sediments, northern Australia|
B Marwick, E Hayes, C Clarkson, R Fullagar
Journal of Archaeological Science 79, 73-85, 2017
|What was ground?: a functional analysis of grinding stones from Madjedbebe and Lake Mungo, Australia|
|Documenting scarce and fragmented residues on stone tools: an experimental approach using optical microscopy and SEM-EDS|
E Hayes, V Rots
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11 (7), 3065-3099, 2019
|Food or fibercraft? Grinding stones and Aboriginal use of Triodia grass (spinifex)|
E Hayes, R Fullagar, K Mulvaney, K Connell
Quaternary International 468, 271-283, 2018
|Development and application of a comprehensive analytical workflow for the quantification of non-volatile low molecular weight lipids on archaeological stone tools|
S Luong, E Hayes, E Flannery, T Sutikna, MW Tocheri, EW Saptomo, ...
Analytical Methods 9 (30), 4349-4362, 2017
|Mapping a millstone: the dynamics of use-wear and residues on a Central Australian seed-grinding implement|
M Smith, E Hayes, B Stephenson
Australian Archaeology 80 (1), 70-79, 2015
|Raman spectroscopy of lipid micro-residues on Middle Palaeolithic stone tools from Denisova Cave, Siberia|
L Bordes, R Fullagar, LC Prinsloo, E Hayes, MB Kozlikin, MV Shunkov, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 95, 52-63, 2018
|Integrating SEM-EDS in a sequential residue analysis protocol: benefits and challenges|
E Hayes, D Cnuts, V Rots
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 23, 116-126, 2019
|Usewear on the platform:’use-flakes’ and ‘retouch-flakes’ from northern Australia and Timor|
EH Hayes, RLK Fullagar, CJ Clarkson, S O’Connor
An integration of the Use-Wear and Residue Analysis for the Identification …, 2012
|Quandong stones: A specialised Australian nut-cracking tool|
C Pardoe, R Fullagar, E Hayes
PloS one 14 (10), e0222680, 2019
|Emergence of a Neolithic in highland New Guinea by 5000 to 4000 years ago|
B Shaw, JH Field, GR Summerhayes, S Coxe, ACF Coster, A Ford, J Haro, ...
Science advances 6 (13), eaay4573, 2020