Michael Haslam
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Primate archaeology
M Haslam, A Hernandez-Aguilar, V Ling, S Carvalho, I De La Torre, ...
Nature 460 (7253), 339-344, 2009
The decomposition of starch grains in soils: implications for archaeological residue analyses
M Haslam
Journal of archaeological science 31 (12), 1715-1734, 2004
Out of Africa: new hypotheses and evidence for the dispersal of Homo sapiens along the Indian Ocean rim
MD Petraglia, M Haslam, DQ Fuller, N Boivin, C Clarkson
Annals of human biology 37 (3), 288-311, 2010
The oldest and longest enduring microlithic sequence in India: 35 000 years of modern human occupation and change at the Jwalapuram Locality 9 rockshelter
C Clarkson, M Petraglia, R Korisettar, M Haslam, N Boivin, A Crowther, ...
Antiquity 83 (320), 326-348, 2009
Population increase and environmental deterioration correspond with microlithic innovations in South Asia ca. 35,000 years ago
M Petraglia, C Clarkson, N Boivin, M Haslam, R Korisettar, G Chaubey, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (30), 12261-12266, 2009
Wild monkeys flake stone tools
T Proffitt, LV Luncz, T Falótico, EB Ottoni, I de la Torre, M Haslam
Nature 539 (7627), 85-88, 2016
Documenting contamination in ancient starch laboratories
A Crowther, M Haslam, N Oakden, D Walde, J Mercader
Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 90-104, 2014
‘Captivity bias’ in animal tool use and its implications for the evolution of hominin technology
M Haslam
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
Late Acheulean hominins at the Marine Isotope Stage 6/5e transition in north-central India
M Haslam, RG Roberts, C Shipton, JN Pal, JL Fenwick, P Ditchfield, ...
Quaternary Research 75 (3), 670-682, 2011
Experimental examination of animal trampling effects on artifact movement in dry and water saturated substrates: a test case from South India
MI Eren, A Durant, C Neudorf, M Haslam, C Shipton, J Bora, R Korisettar, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (12), 3010-3021, 2010
Geochemical fingerprinting of the widespread Toba tephra using biotite compositions
VC Smith, NJG Pearce, NE Matthews, JA Westgate, MD Petraglia, ...
Quaternary International 246 (1-2), 97-104, 2011
Tool use as adaptation
D Biro, M Haslam, C Rutz
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 368 …, 2013
The 74 ka Toba super-eruption and southern Indian hominins: archaeology, lithic technology and environments at Jwalapuram Locality 3
M Haslam, C Clarkson, M Petraglia, R Korisettar, S Jones, C Shipton, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (12), 3370-3384, 2010
Wild capuchin monkeys adjust stone tools according to changing nut properties
LV Luncz, T Falótico, A Pascual-Garrido, C Corat, H Mosley, M Haslam
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Use of stone hammer tools and anvils by bearded capuchin monkeys over time and space: construction of an archeological record of tool use
V Elisabetta, M Haslam, N Spagnoletti, D Fragaszy
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (8), 3222-3232, 2013
Use-wear patterns on wild macaque stone tools reveal their behavioural history
M Haslam, MD Gumert, D Biro, S Carvalho, S Malaivijitnond
PLoS One 8 (8), e72872, 2013
Comment on “Environmental impact of the 73 ka Toba super-eruption in South Asia” by MAJ Williams, SH Ambrose, S. van der Kaars, C. Ruehlemann, U. Chattopadhyaya, J. Pal and PR …
M Haslam, M Petraglia
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 296 (1-2), 199-203, 2010
Pre-Columbian monkey tools
M Haslam, LV Luncz, RA Staff, F Bradshaw, EB Ottoni, T Falótico
Current Biology 26 (13), R521-R522, 2016
A southern Indian Middle Palaeolithic occupation surface sealed by the 74 ka Toba eruption: Further evidence from Jwalapuram Locality 22
M Haslam, C Clarkson, RG Roberts, J Bora, R Korisettar, P Ditchfield, ...
Quaternary International, 2011
Potential misidentification of in situ archaeological tool-residues: starch and conidia
M Haslam
Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (1), 114-121, 2006
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