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Julie S. Field
Julie S. Field
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, The Ohio State University
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The southern dispersal hypothesis and the South Asian archaeological record: examination of dispersal routes through GIS analysis
JS Field, MD Petraglia, MM Lahr
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 26 (1), 88-108, 2007
1722007
Assessment of the southern dispersal: GIS-based analyses of potential routes at oxygen isotopic stage 4
JS Field, MM Lahr
Journal of World Prehistory 19, 1-45, 2005
1282005
Environmental and climatic considerations: a hypothesis for conflict and the emergence of social complexity in Fijian prehistory
JS Field
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 23 (1), 79-99, 2004
1242004
Paleoclimates and the emergence of fortifications in the tropical Pacific islands
JS Field, PV Lape
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 29 (1), 113-124, 2010
692010
Dietary change in Fijian prehistory: isotopic analyses of human and animal skeletal material
JS Field, EE Cochrane, DM Greenlee
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (7), 1547-1556, 2009
602009
Human responses to climate change around AD 1300: A case study of the Sigatoka Valley, Viti Levu Island, Fiji
R Kumar, PD Nunn, JS Field, A De Biran
Quaternary International 151 (1), 133-143, 2006
522006
Reprint: Building and testing models of long-term agricultural intensification and population dynamics: A case study from the Leeward Kohala Field System, Hawai’i
PV Kirch, G Asner, OA Chadwick, J Field, T Ladefoged, C Lee, C Puleston, ...
Ecological Modelling 241, 54-64, 2012
502012
Reprint: Building and testing models of long-term agricultural intensification and population dynamics: A case study from the Leeward Kohala Field System, Hawai’i
PV Kirch, G Asner, OA Chadwick, J Field, T Ladefoged, C Lee, C Puleston, ...
Ecological Modelling 241, 54-64, 2012
502012
Household expansion linked to agricultural intensification during emergence of Hawaiian archaic states
JS Field, TN Ladefoged, PV Kirch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (18), 7327-7332, 2011
492011
Natural and constructed defenses in Fijian fortifications
JS Field
Asian Perspectives, 32-58, 1998
481998
Households and hierarchy: Domestic modes of production in leeward Kohala, Hawai'i Island
JS Field, PV Kirch, K Kawelu, TN Ladefoged
Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology 5 (1), 52-85, 2010
472010
Land tenure, competition and ecology in Fijian prehistory
JS Field
antiquity 79 (305), 586-600, 2005
452005
The evolution of competition and cooperation in Fijian prehistory: archaeological research in the Sigatoka Valley, Fiji
JS Field
University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2003
382003
Plainware ceramics from Sāmoa: Insights into ceramic chronology, cultural transmission, and selection among colonizing populations
EE Cochrane, TM Rieth, WR Dickinson
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32 (4), 499-510, 2013
372013
Geochemical sourcing of basalt artifacts from Kaua ‘i, Hawaiian Islands
PR Mills, SP Lundblad, JS Field, AB Carpenter, WK McElroy, P Rossi
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (12), 3385-3393, 2010
372010
Explaining Fortifications in Indo-Pacific Prehistory
JS Field
Archaeology in Oceania, 1-10, 2008
342008
Residential chronology, household subsistence, and the emergence of socioeconomic territories in Leeward Kohala, Hawai'i Island
JS Field, TN Ladefoged, WD Sharp, PV Kirch
Radiocarbon 53 (4), 605-627, 2011
272011
A preliminary report on archaeological research in the Yasawa Islands, Fiji
T Hunt, K Aronson, E Cochrane, J Field, L Humphrey, T Reith
Domodomo 12 (2), 5-43, 1999
271999
The use of geographical information systems software for the spatial analysis of bone microstructure
DC Rose, AM Agnew, TP Gocha, SD Stout, JS Field
American journal of physical anthropology 148 (4), 648-654, 2012
252012
A new chronology for Pololu Valley, Hawai'i Island: Occupational history and agricultural development
JS Field, MW Graves
Radiocarbon 50 (2), 205-222, 2008
202008
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