Matthew Douglass
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A twenty-first century archaeology of stone artifacts
S Holdaway, M Douglass
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19 (1), 101-131, 2012
The application of 3D laser scanning technology to the assessment of ordinal and mechanical cortex quantification in lithic analysis
SCH Lin, MJ Douglass, SJ Holdaway, B Floyd
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (4), 694-702, 2010
An assessment and archaeological application of cortex measurement in lithic assemblages
MJ Douglass, SJ Holdaway, PC Fanning, JI Shiner
American antiquity 73 (3), 513-526, 2008
Major fallacies surrounding stone artifacts and assemblages
HL Dibble, SJ Holdaway, SC Lin, DR Braun, MJ Douglass, R Iovita, ...
Journal of archaeological method and theory 24 (3), 813-851, 2017
The application of 3D photogrammetry for in-field documentation of archaeological features
M Douglass, S Lin, M Chodoronek
Advances in Archaeological Practice 3 (2), 136-152, 2015
The archaeological potential of informal lithic technologies: a case study of assemblage variability in western New South Wales, Australia
MJ Douglass
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2010
Human response to palaeoenvironmental change and the question of temporal scale
SJ Holdaway, PC Fanning, EJ Rhodes, SK Marx, B Floyd, MJ Douglass
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 292 (1-2), 192-200, 2010
Quantifying stone raw material size distributions: investigating cortex proportions in lithic assemblages from western New South Wales
MJ Douglass, SJ Holdaway
Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, Part IV. Technical Reports …, 2011
Quartz and silcrete raw material use and selection in late Holocene assemblages from semi-arid Australia
MJ Douglass, SJ Holdaway, J Shiner, PC Fanning
Quaternary International 424, 12-23, 2016
Assemblage formation as a result of raw material acquisition in western New South Wales, Australia
S Holdaway, J Shiner, P Fanning, M Douglass
Lithic Technology 33 (1), 73-85, 2008
Core use-life distributions in lithic assemblages as a means for reconstructing behavioral patterns
MJ Douglass, SC Lin, DR Braun, TW Plummer
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 25 (1), 254-288, 2018
Closing the seams: resolving frequently encountered issues in photogrammetric modelling
M Magnani, M Douglass, ST Porter
Antiquity 90 (354), 1654-1669, 2016
4.1. Landscape scale and human mobility: Geoarchaeological evidence from Rutherfords Creek, New South Wales, Australia
S Holdaway, M Douglass, P Fanning
Landscape archaeology between art and science, 279-294, 2012
Aggregates, formational emergence, and the focus on practice in stone artifact archaeology
Z Rezek, SJ Holdaway, DI Olszewski, SC Lin, M Douglass, SP McPherron, ...
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 27 (4), 887-928, 2020
Use beyond manufacture: non-flint stone artifacts from Fowlers Gap, Australia
S Holdaway, M Douglass
Lithic Technology 40 (2), 94-111, 2015
A new ecological framework for understanding human–environment interactions in arid Australia
SJ Holdaway, MJ Douglass, PC Fanning
Archaeology in Environment and Technology, 61-78, 2013
The Doring River Archaeology Project: approaching the evolution of human land use patterns in the Western Cape, South Africa
M Shaw, CJH Ames, N Phillips, S Chambers, A Dosseto, M Douglas, ...
PaleoAnthropology 2019, 400-422, 2019
Interpreting MIS3 artefact transport patterns in Southern Africa using cortex ratios: An example from the putslaagte valley, Western Cape
SC Lin, MJ Douglass, A Mackay
The South African Archaeological Bulletin 71 (204), 173-180, 2016
The digital revolution to come: photogrammetry in archaeological practice
M Magnani, M Douglass, W Schroder, J Reeves, DR Braun
American Antiquity 85 (4), 737-760, 2020
Human–environment interactions at regional scales: the complex topography hypothesis applied to surface archaeological records in A ustralia and N orth A merica
SJ Holdaway, GCP King, MJ Douglass, PC Fanning
Archaeology in Oceania 50, 58-69, 2015
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