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Journal articles

  • Clark, G & Reepmeyer, C (2014). Stone tools from the ancient Tongan state reveal prehistoric interaction centers in the Central Pacific National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings. Vol. 111 10491-10496.
  • Valentin, F & Clark, G (2013). Early Polynesian Mortuary Behaviour at the Talasiu Site, Kingdom of Tonga Journal of Pacific Archaeology. Vol. 4 Jan-14.
  • Gonzalez Monge, A, Clark, G, O'Connor, S et al (2013). A 3000 year old DOG burial in Timor-Leste Australian Archaeology. Vol. 76 13-20.
  • Clark, G, Petchey, F, Hawkins, S et al (2013). Distribution and extirpation of pigs in Pacific Islands: A case study from Palau Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 48 141-153.
  • Winter, O, Clark, G, Anderson, A et al (2012). Austronesian sailing to the northern Marianas, a comment on Hung et al. (2011) Antiquity. Vol. 86 898-914.
  • Reepmeyer, C, Clark, G & Sheppard, P (2012). Obsidian Source Use in Tongan Prehistory: New Results and Implications Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 7 255-271.
  • Clark, G (2012). Responses Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 47 11-Dec.
  • Clark, G & Reepmeyer, C (2012). Last millennium climate change in the occupation and abandonment of Palau's Rock Islands Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 47 29-38.
  • Petchey, F & Clark, G (2011). Tongatapu hardwater: Investigation into the 14C marine reservoir offset in lagoon, reef and open ocean environments of a limestone island Quaternary Geochronology. Vol. 6 539-549.
  • Reepmeyer, C & Clark, G (2010). Post-colonization interaction between Vanuatu and Fiji reconsidered: The re-analysis of obsidian from Lakeba Island, Fiji Archaeometry. Vol. 52 Jan-18.
  • Petchey, F & Clark, G (2010). A marine reservoir correction value (ΔR) for the palauan archipelago: Environmental and oceanographic considerations Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 5 236-252.
  • Ono, R & Clark, G (2010). A 2500-Year Record of Marine Resource Use on Ulong Island, Republic of Palau International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Vol. 22 637-654.
  • Clark, G, Petchey, F, Carson, M et al (2010). New radiocarbon dates from the Bapot 1 site in Saipan and Neolithic Dispersal by Stratified Diffusion Journal of Pacific Archaeology. Vol. 1 Jan-15.
  • Clark, G & de Biran, A (2010). Geophysical and archaeological investigation of the survivor-camp of the Antelope (1783) in the Palau Islands, Western Pacific International Journal of Nautical Archaeology. Vol. 39 345-356.
  • Fitzpatrick, S, Nelson, G & Clark, G (2008). Small Scattered Fragments Do Not a Dwarf Make: Biological and Archaeological Data Indicate that Prehistoric Inhabitants of Palau Were Normal Sized PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science). Vol. 3 1-Dec.
  • Clark, G, Burley, D & Murray, T (2008). Monumentality and the development of the Tongan maritime chiefdom Antiquity. Vol. 82 994-1008.
  • Wallin, P, Martinsson-Wallin, H & Clark, G (2007). A Radiocarbon Sequence for Samoan Prehistory and the Pulemelei Mound Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 42 71-82.
  • Martinsson-Wallin, H, Clark, G & Wallin, P (2007). The Excavation of Pulemelei Site 2002-2004 Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 42 41-59.
  • Clark, G & de Biran, A (2007). Geophysical Investigations at the Pulemelei Mound Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 42 60-70.
  • Clark, G & Martinsson-Wallin, H (2007). Monumental architecture in West Polynesia: origins, chiefs and archaeological approaches Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 42 28-40.
  • Clark, G (2007). Culture contact in the Palau Islands, 1783 Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 42 89-97.
  • Martinsson-Wallin, H, Clark, G & Wallin, P (2006). Monuments and people. The longevity of monuments: The past in the present - A report of the state of the Pulemelei site, Savai'i, Samoa Journal of Samoan Studies. Vol. 2 57-63.
  • Clark, G & Murray, T (2006). Decay characteristics of the eastern Lapita design system Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 41 107-117.
  • Clark, G, Anderson, A & Wright, D (2006). Human Colonization of the Palau Islands, Western Micronesia Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 1 215-232.
  • Anderson, A, Roberts, R, Dickinson, W et al (2006). Times of Sand: Sedimentary History and Archaeology at the Sigatoka Dunes, Fiji Geoarchaeology: an international journal. Vol. 21 131-154.
  • Clark, G (2005). A 3000-year culture sequence from Palau, western Micronesia Asian Perspectives. Vol. 44 349-380.
  • Clark, G & Wright, D (2005). On The Periphery? Archaeological investigations At Ngelong, Angaur Island, Palau Micronesica. Vol. 38 67-91.
  • Anderson, A, Chappell, J, Clark, G et al (2005). Comparative Radiocarbon dating of Lignite, Pottery and Charcoal samples from Babeldaob Island, Republic of Palau Radiocarbon. Vol. 47 1-Sep.
  • Kennett, D, Anderson, A, Cruz, M et al (2004). Geochemical characterization of Lapita pottery via inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) Archaeometry. Vol. 46 35-46.
  • Clark, G (2004). Radiocarbon dates for the Ulong site in Palau and implications for western Micronesian prehistory Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 39 26-33.
  • Clark, G (2004). Transfer of Plants, Animals and Adzes in the Tongan Maritime Chiefdom Archaeology in New Zealand. Vol. 47 31-38.
  • Martinsson-Wallin, H, Clark, G & Wallin, P (2003). Pulemelei Archaeological Project, Savai'i, Samoa Rapa Nui Journal. Vol. 17 .
  • Martinsson, H, Clark, G & Wallin, P (2003). Archaeological Investigations at the Pulemelei Mound, Savaii, Samoa Rapa Nui Journal. Vol. 17 81-84.
  • Fitzpatrick, S, Dickinson, W & Clark, G (2003). Ceramic petrography and cultural interaction in Palau, Micronesia Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 30 1175-1184.
  • Clark, G (2003). Review of K.R. Howe, 2003. The Quest for Origins Archaeology in New Zealand. Vol. 46 165-166.
  • Clark, G (2003). Review of L. Furey, 2003. Houhora: A Fourteenth Century Maori Village in Northland Journal of the Polynesian Society. Vol. 112 415-417.
  • Clark, G (2003). Dumont d'Urville's divisions of Oceania: Fundamental Precincts or Arbitrary Constructs? Journal of Pacific History. Vol. ?.
  • Clark, G (2003). Indigenous transfer of La Perouse artefacts in the Southeast Solomon Islands Australian Archaeology. Vol. 57 103-111.
  • Clark, G (2003). Dumont d'Urvilles Oceania Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 38 155-161.
  • Clark, G (2003). Shards of Meaning: Archaeology and the Melanesia-Polynesia Divide Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 38 197-215.
  • Smith, I, Clark, G & White, P (2001). Mammalian and Reptilian Fauna from Emily and Cemetery Bays, Norfolk Island Records of the Australian Museum - Supplement. Vol. 27 75-79.
  • Clark, G (2001). Book Review: Sigatoka the Shifting Sands of Fijian prehistory Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 36 50-51.
  • Clark, G, Anderson, A & Matararaba, S (2001). The Lapita site at Votua, northern Lau Islands, Fiji Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 36 134-145.
  • Clark, G & Anderson, A (2001). The pattern of Lapita settlement in Fiji Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 36 77-88.
  • Clark, G (2001). Archaeological and palaeoenvironmental investigations on Yacata Island, northern Lau, Fiji Domodomo. Vol. 13 29-47.
  • Clark, G (2001). The age of the Yanuca Lapita site, Viti Levu, Fiji New Zealand Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 22 15-30.
  • Anderson, A & Clark, G (2001). Advances in New Zealand mammalogy 1990-2000: Polynesian dog or kuri Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. Vol. 31 161-163.
  • Anderson, A, Clark, G, Conte, E et al (2000). Renewed Excavations at Motu Paeao, Maupiti Island, French Polynesia: Preliminary Results New Zealand Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 21 47-66.
  • Anderson, A, Clark, G & Worthy, T (2000). An inland Lapita site in Fiji Journal of the Polynesian Society. Vol. 109 311-316.
  • Anderson, A & Clark, G (1999). The age of Lapita settlement in Fiji Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 34 31-39.

Books

  • Clark, G & Anderson, A (2009). The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) . Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G, Leach, F & O'Connor, S (2008). Islands of inquiry: colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes (Terra Australis 29) . Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G, Anderson, A & Sorovi-Vunidilo, T (2001). The archaeology of Lapita dispersal in Oceania . Canberra ACT: Pandanus Books.

Book chapters

  • Clark, G, Reepmeyer, C & Melekiola, N (2012). The Ancient Royal Tombs of Lapaha: Community and World Heritage. In Anita Smith (Ed.), World Heritage in a Sea of Islands: Pacific 2009 Programme (pp. 74-77) Paris, France: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
  • Reepmeyer, C, Clark, G, Alexander, D et al (2011). Selecting cultural sites for the UNESCO World Heritage List: Recent work in the Rock Islands-Southern Lagoon area, Republic of Palau. In Jolie Liston, Geoffrey Clark and Dwight Alexander (Ed.), Pacific Island Heritage: Archaeology, Identity and Community (pp. 85-100) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Liston, J, Clark, G & Alexander, D (2011). Pacific Island heritage: An overview. In Jolie Liston, Geoffrey Clark and Dwight Alexander (Ed.), Pacific Island Heritage: Archaeology, Identity and Community (pp. 1-Mar) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2011). Identity and alternative versions of the past in New Zealand. In Jolie Liston, Geoffrey Clark and Dwight Alexander (Ed.), Pacific Island Heritage: Archaeology, Identity and Community (pp. May-15) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2010). The Sea in the Land: Maritime Connections in the Chiefly Landscape of Tonga. In Atholl Anderson, James H Barrett & Katherine V Boyle (Ed.), The Global Origins and Development of Seafaring (pp. 229-237) Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
  • Clark, G (2010). The Remote Horizon:Lapita Dispersal in Fiji-West Polynesia. In Christophe Sand and Stuart Bedford (Ed.), Lapita: Oceanic Ancestors (pp. 198-209) Paris: Somogy Editions d'Art.
  • Clark, G (2010). Microneasia. In Ian Lilley (Ed.), Early human Expansion and Innovation in the Pacific (pp. 95-136) Paris,France: International Council on Monuments and Site.
  • Worthy, T & Clark, G (2009). Bird, mammal and reptile remains. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 231-258) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Fankhauser, B, Clark, G & Anderson, A (2009). Characterisation and sourcing of archaeological adzes and flakes from Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 373-395) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2009). Appendix: Chemical characterisation of chert artefacts from Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 396-405) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Anderson, A (2009). Colonisation and culture change in the early prehistory of Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 407-437) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Kennett, D (2009). Compositional analysis of Fijian ceramics. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 321-344) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2009). Post-Lapita ceramic change in Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 307-320) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2009). Ceramic assemblages from excavations on Viti Levu, Beqa-Ugaga and Mago Island. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 259-306) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Szabo, K (2009). The fish bone remains. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 213-230) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Anderson, A (2009). Site chronology and a review of radiocarbon dates from Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 153-182) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Anderson, A (2009). Fieldwork in northern Viti Levu and Mago Island. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 121-152) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Anderson, A & Clark, G (2009). Fieldwork in southern Viti Levu and Beqa Island. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. 87-120) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Anderson, A & Clark, G (2009). Research on the early prehistory of Fiji. In Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson (Ed.), The Early Prehistory of Fiji (Terra Australis 31) (pp. Jan-18) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Bedford, S (2008). Friction zones in Lapita colonisation. In Geoffrey Clark, Foss Leach & Sue O'Connor (Ed.), Islands of inquiry: colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes (Terra Australis 29) (pp. 59-73) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G (2007). Specialisation, standardisation and Lapita ceramics. In Stuart Bedford, Christophe Sand and Sean P. Connaughton (Ed.), Oceanic Explorations: Lapita and Western Pacific Settlement (Terra Australis 26) (pp. 289-299) Canberra, Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Clark, G & Wright, D (2007). Reading Pacific pots. In Atholl Anderson, Kaye Green & Foss Leach (Ed.), Vastly Ingenious: The Archaeology of Pacific Material Culture in honour of Janet M. Davidson (pp. 173-190) Dunedin, New Zealand: University of Otago Press.
  • Clark, G (2002). Adzes of Interaction: Samoan basalt artefacts in Fiji. In S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. Burley (Ed.), Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour of Richard Shutler Jr's Archaeological Career (pp. 226-238) Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association.
  • Bedford, S & Clark, G (2001). The rise and rise of the incised and applied relief tradition: A review and reassessment. In GR Clark, AJ Anderson, T Vunidilo (Ed.), The archaeology of Lapita dispersal in Oceania (pp. 61-74) Canberra ACT: Pandanus Books.
  • Anderson, A, Bedford, S, Clark, G et al (2001). An inventory of Lapita sites containing dentate-stamped pottery. In GR Clark, AJ Anderson, T Vunidilo (Ed.), The archaeology of Lapita dispersal in Oceania (pp. Jan-14) Canberra ACT: Pandanus Books.

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