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Publications - Prebble, Matthew

Please contact this author at Matthew.Prebble@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Canellas-Bolta, N, Rull, V, Saez, A et al (2014). First records and potential palaeoecological significance of Dianella (Xanthorrhoeaceae), an extinct representative of the native flora of Rapa Nui (Easter Island) Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. Vol. 23 331-228.
  • Prebble, M, Anderson, A & Kennett, D (2013). Forest clearance and agricultural expansion on Rapa, Austral Archipelago, French Polynesia Holocene. Vol. 23 179-196.
  • Medek, D, Kljakovic, M, Fox, I et al (2012). Hay Fever in a Changing Climate: Linking an Internet-Based Diary with Environmental Data EcoHealth. Vol. Published online 27/10/2012 .
  • Prebble, M & Wilmshurst, J (2009). Detecting the initial impact of humans and introduced species on island environments in Remote Oceania using palaeoecology Biological Invasions. Vol. 11 1529-1556.
  • Denham, T, Atchison, J, Austin, J et al (2009). Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, Potential and Prospects Australian Archaeology. Vol. 68 1-Oct.
  • Denham, T, Atchison, J, Austin, J et al (2009). Archaeobotany in Australia and New Guinea: Practice, Potential and Prospects Australian Archaeology. Vol. 68 1-Oct.
  • Prebble, M & Dowe, J (2008). The late Quaternary decline and extinction of palms on oceanic Pacific islands Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol. 27 2546-2567.
  • Kennett, D, Anderson, A, Prebble, M et al (2006). Prehistoric human impacts on Rapa, French Polynesia Antiquity. Vol. 80 340-354.
  • Prebble, M, Sim, R, Finn, J et al (2005). A Holocene pollen and diatom record from Vanderlin Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, lowland tropical Australia Quaternary Research. Vol. 64 357-371.
  • Prebble, M, Schallenberg, M, Carter, J et al (2002). An analysis of phytolith assemblages for the quantitative reconstruction of late Quaternary environments of the Lower Taieri Plain, Otago, South Island, New Zealand I. Modern assemblages and transfer functions Journal of Paleolimnology. Vol. 27 393-413.
  • Prebble, M & Shulmeister, J (2002). An analysis of phytolith assemblages for the quantitative reconstruction of late Quaternary environments of the Lower Taieri Plain, Otago, South Island, New Zealand II. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction Journal of Paleolimnology. Vol. 27 415-427.

Books

  • Haberle, S, Stevenson, J & Prebble, M (2010). Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes (Terra Australis 32) . Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.

Book chapters

  • Prebble, M & Anderson, A (2012). Palaeobotany and the early development of agriculture on Rapa Island. In Atholl Anderson and Douglas J. Kennett (Ed.), Taking the High Ground (Terra Australis 37): The archaeology of Rapa, a fortified island in remote East Polynesia (pp. 167-187) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Prebble, M & Anderson, A (2012). The archaeobotany of Rapan rockshelter deposits. In Atholl Anderson and Douglas J. Kennett (Ed.), Taking the High Ground (Terra Australis 37): The archaeology of Rapa, a fortified island in remote East Polynesia (pp. 77-95) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Prebble, M, Kennedy, J & Southern, W (2010). Holocene lowland vegetation change and human ecology in Manus Province, Papua New Guinea. In Haberle, S.G., Stevenson, J. and Prebble, M. (Ed.), Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes (Terra Australis 32) (pp. 213-238) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Prebble, M, Stevenson, J & Haberle, S (2010). A D-section and a tin whistle: A tribute to Prof. Geoff Hope. In Haberle, S.G., Stevenson, J. and Prebble, M. (Ed.), Altered Ecologies: Fire, climate and human influence on terrestrial landscapes (Terra Australis 32) (pp. Jan-14) Canberra Australia: ANU ePress.
  • Prebble, M (2008). No fruit on that beautiful shore: What plants were introduced to the subtropical Polynesian islands prior to European contact?. In Geoffrey Clark, Foss Leach & Sue O'Connor (Ed.), Islands of inquiry: colonisation, seafaring and the archaeology of maritime landscapes (Terra Australis 29) (pp. 227-251) Canberra: ANU ePress.

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