Queensland Archaeological Research

QAR, is a refereed journal published since 1984 devoted to publishing substantive archaeological material pertaining to research in Queensland, Australia and adjacent areas. Email submissions to qar@uq.edu.au.

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Vol 16 (2013)

North of 20 Degrees: Recent Archaeological Research in North Queensland

Michael Morrison & Sean Ulm (eds)

Table of Contents


Tropical Archaeology Research Laboratory Comparative Fish Reference Collection: Developing a resource for identifying marine fish remains in archaeological deposits in tropical Australasia PDF
Helene Tomkins, Daniel Rosendahl, Sean Ulm 1-14
Re-excavation of Dabangay, a mid-Holocene settlement site on Mabuyag in western Torres Strait PDF
Duncan Wright, Peter Hiscock, Ken Aplin 15-32
Impact of Cyclone Yasi on the wreck of the SS Yongala documented by comparative multibeam bathymetry analysis PDF
Thomas C. Stieglitz, Paddy Waterson 33-44
Just passing through: Archaeological investigations of a late Holocene open site in the Mitchell Grass Downs, inland northwest Queensland PDF
Lynley A. Wallis, Sophie Collins 45-64
Shell mounds as the basis for understanding human-environment interactions in far north Queensland, Australia PDF
J. S. Shiner, P. C. Fanning, S. J. Holdaway, F. Petchey, C. Beresford, E. Hoffman, B. Larsen 65-92
The Queensland Museum Expedition to Ngiangu (Booby Island): Rock art, archaeology and inter-regional interaction in South-Western Torres Strait PDF
Liam M. Brady, Warren Delaney, Richard Robins 93-120
The historical archaeology of the Chinese in Far North Queensland PDF
Heather Burke, Gordon Grimwade 121-140
Human history and palaeoenvironmental change at Site 17, Freshwater Beach, Lizard Island, northeast Queensland, Australia PDF
Carol J. Lentfer, Matthew W. Felgate, Robynne A. Mills, Jim Specht 141-164
From scatter to mound: A new developmental model for shell mound sites at Weipa PDF
Mick Morrison 165-184

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