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Harvey Weiss
Harvey Weiss
professor, environmental studies, yale university
Verified email at yale.edu
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The genesis and collapse of third millennium north Mesopotamian civilization
H Weiss, MA Courty, W Wetterstrom, F Guichard, L Senior, R Meadow, ...
Science 261 (5124), 995-1004, 1993
13621993
Formal subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch: a Discussion Paper by a Working Group of INTIMATE (Integration of ice‐core, marine and terrestrial records) and the …
MJC Walker, M Berkelhammer, S Björck, LC Cwynar, DA Fisher, AJ Long, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 27 (7), 649-659, 2012
9632012
What drives societal collapse?
H Weiss, RS Bradley
Science 291 (5504), 609-610, 2001
8122001
Holocene climate and cultural evolution in late prehistoric–early historic West Asia
M Staubwasser, H Weiss
Quaternary Research 66 (3), 372-387, 2006
6142006
Third millennium BC climate change and Old World collapse
HN Dalfes, G Kukla, H Weiss
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
3732013
Formal ratification of the subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch (Quaternary System/Period): two new Global Boundary Stratotype Sections and Points (GSSPs) and three new …
M Walker, MJ Head, M Berkelhammer, S Björck, H Cheng, L Cwynar, ...
Episodes Journal of International Geoscience 41 (4), 213-223, 2018
3632018
The Uruk expansion: Cross-cultural exchange in early Mesopotamian civilization [with comments and reply]
G Algaze, B Brenties, AB Knapp, PL Kohl, WR Kotter, ...
Current Anthropology 30 (5), 571-608, 1989
3571989
The structure and dynamics of dry-farming states in Upper Mesopotamia [and comments and reply]
TJ Wilkinson, J Bintliff, HH Curvers, P Halstead, PL Kohl, M Liverani, ...
Current anthropology 35 (5), 483-520, 1994
3151994
Contribution of anthropology to the study of climate change
J Barnes, M Dove, M Lahsen, A Mathews, P McElwee, R McIntosh, ...
Nature Climate Change 3 (6), 541-544, 2013
3122013
Beyond the Younger Dryas, Collapse as adaptation to abrupt climate change in ancient West Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean
H Weiss
Environmental disaster and the archaeology of human response, 2000
2232000
Late second–early first millennium BC abrupt climate changes in coastal Syria and their possible significance for the history of the Eastern Mediterranean
D Kaniewski, E Paulissen, E Van Campo, H Weiss, T Otto, ...
Quaternary research 74 (2), 207-215, 2010
2152010
Subdividing the Holocene Series/Epoch: formalization of stages/ages and subseries/subepochs, and designation of GSSPs and auxiliary stratotypes
M Walker, MJ Head, J Lowe, M Berkelhammer, S BjÖrck, H Cheng, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science 34 (3), 173-186, 2019
1842019
Global megadrought, societal collapse and resilience at 4.2–3.9 ka BP across the Mediterranean and west Asia
H Weiss
Pages Magazine 24 (2), 62-63, 2016
1722016
Isotope evidence for agricultural extensification reveals how the world's first cities were fed
AK Styring, M Charles, F Fantone, MM Hald, A McMahon, RH Meadow, ...
Nature Plants 3 (6), 1-11, 2017
1632017
Drought is a recurring challenge in the Middle East
D Kaniewski, E Van Campo, H Weiss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (10), 3862-3867, 2012
1622012
The merchants of Susa: Godin V and plateau-lowland relations in the late fourth millennium BC
H Weiss, TC Young Jr
Iran 13 (1), 1-17, 1975
1481975
Megadrought and collapse: from early agriculture to Angkor
H Weiss
Oxford University Press, 2017
1282017
Late third millennium abrupt climate change and social collapse in West Asia and Egypt
H Weiss
Third millennium BC climate change and Old World collapse, 711-723, 1997
1251997
Formal subdivision of the Holocene Series/Epoch: A summary
M Walker, P Gibbard, MJ Head, M Berkelhammer, S Björck, H Cheng, ...
Journal of the Geological Society of India 93, 135-141, 2019
1142019
Ebla to Damascus: art and archaeology of ancient Syria; an exhibition from the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums, Syrian Arab Republic
H Weiss
Smithsonian Institution Travelling Exhibition Service, 1985
1051985
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