Christopher Clarkson
TitleCited byYear
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, 2017
2872017
Middle Palaeolithic assemblages from the Indian sub-continent before and after the Toba super-eruption
KW Petraglia, M., R. Korisettar, N. Boivin, C. Clarkson, P. Ditchfield, S ...
Science 317, 114-116, 2007
2862007
Pelagic fishing at 42,000 years before the present and the maritime skills of modern humans
S O’Connor, R Ono, C Clarkson
Science 334 (6059), 1117-1121, 2011
2602011
An index of invasiveness for the measurement of unifacial and bifacial retouch: a theoretical, experimental and archaeological verification
C Clarkson
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (1), 65-75, 2002
1892002
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
1472010
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
1282009
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
1092009
Lithics in the land of the lightning brothers: the archaeology of Wardaman Country, Northern Territory
C Clarkson
ANU E Press, 2007
1072007
Behavioural complexity in Eurasian Neanderthal populations: a chronological examination of the archaeological evidence
MC Langley, C Clarkson, S Ulm
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18 (3), 289-307, 2008
1032008
Hominin dispersal into the Nefud desert and Middle Palaeolithic settlement along the Jubbah palaeolake, northern Arabia
MD Petraglia, A Alsharekh, P Breeze, C Clarkson, R Crassard, NA Drake, ...
PLoS One 7 (11), e49840, 2012
962012
Experimental evaluation of Kuhn's geometric index of reduction and the flat-flake problem
P Hiscock, C Clarkson
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (7), 1015-1022, 2005
952005
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
942015
From small holes to grand narratives: The impact of taphonomy and sample size on the modernity debate in Australia and New Guinea
MC Langley, C Clarkson, S Ulm
Journal of Human Evolution 61 (2), 197-208, 2011
672011
Estimating original flake mass from 3D scans of platform area
C Clarkson, P Hiscock
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (5), 1062-1068, 2011
642011
Big debates over little tools: ongoing disputes over microliths on three continents
P Hiscock, C Clarkson, A Mackay
World Archaeology 43 (4), 653-664, 2011
632011
Measuring core reduction using 3D flake scar density: a test case of changing core reduction at Klasies River Mouth, South Africa
C Clarkson
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (12), 4348-4357, 2013
582013
Continuity and change in the lithic industries of the Jurreru Valley, India, before and after the Toba eruption
C Clarkson, S Jones, C Harris
Quaternary International 258, 165-179, 2012
582012
Nawarla gabarnmang, a 45,180910 cal BP site in jawoyn country, southwest arnhem land plateau
B David, JM Geneste, RL Whear, JJ Delannoy, M Katherine, RG Gunn, ...
Australian Archaeology 73 (1), 73-77, 2011
562011
Nawarla gabarnmang, a 45,180910 cal BP site in jawoyn country, southwest arnhem land plateau
B David, JM Geneste, RL Whear, JJ Delannoy, M Katherine, RG Gunn, ...
Australian Archaeology 73 (1), 73-77, 2011
562011
Holocene scraper reduction, technological organization and landuse at Ingaladdi Rockshelter, Northern Australia
C Clarkson
Archaeology in Oceania 37 (2), 79-86, 2002
542002
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