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Publications - Fenner, Jack

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Journal articles

  • Fenner, J & Bulbeck, F (2014). Two Clocks: A Comparison of Ceramic and Radiocarbon Dates at Macapainara, East Timor Asian Perspectives. Vol. 52 143-156.
  • Fenner, J, Tumen, D & Khatanbaatar, D (2014). Food fit for a Khan: Stable isotope analysis of the elite Mongol Empire cemetery at Tavan Tolgoi, Mongolia Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 46 231-244.
  • Fenner, J & Wright, L (2014). Revisiting the strontium contribution of sea salt in the human diet Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 44 99-103.
  • Burrows, M, Fenner, J & Haberle, S (2014). Testing peat humification analysis in an Australian context: identifying wet shifts in regional climate over the past 4000 years Mires and Peat. Vol. 14 Jan-19.
  • O'Connor, S, McWilliam, A, Fenner, J et al (2012). Examining the Origin of Fortifications in East Timor: Social and Environmental Factors Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 7 200-218.
  • Fenner, J, Wesley, D & Lamilami, R (2011). Buried on Foreign Shores: Isotope Analysis of the Origin of Human Remains Recovered from a Macassan Site in Arnhem Land Australian Archaeology. Vol. 73 41-48.
  • Fenner, J (2009). Occasional Hunts or Mass Kills? Investigating the Origins of Archaeological Pronghorn Bonebeds in Southwest Wyoming American Antiquity. Vol. 74 323-350.
  • Fenner, J & Frost, C (2009). Modern Wyoming plant and pronghorn isoscapes and their implications for archaeology Journal of Geochemical Exploration. Vol. 102 149-156.
  • Fenner, J (2008). The use of stable isotope ratio analysis to distinguish multiple prey kill events from mass kill events Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 35 704-16.
  • Fenner, J & Walker, D (2007). Mortality date estimation using fetal pronghorn remains International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Vol. 18 45-60.
  • Fenner, J (2005). Cross-cultural estimation of the human generation interval for use in genetics-based population divergence studies American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Vol. 128 415-423.

Book chapters

  • Fenner, J (2007). Avian Fauna. In George C Frison and Danny N Walker (Ed.), Medicine Lodge Creek: Holocene Archaeology of the Eastern Big Horn Basin (pp. 287-298) Avon, Colorado: Clovis Press.

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