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PUBLICATIONS

  1. Archer, W., & Braun, D. R. (2010): Variability in bifacial technology at Elandsfontein, Western Cape, South Africa: a geometric morphometric approach. Journal of Archaeological Science, 37(1), 201-209.

  2. Schmidt, P., Porraz, G., Slodczyk, A., Bellot-Gurlet, L., Archer, W., Miller, C. E. (2013): Heat treatment in the South African Middle Stone Age: temperature induced transformations of silcrete and their technological implications. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40(9), 3519-3531.

  3. Porraz, G., Parkington, J. E., Rigaud, J. P., Miller, C. E., Poggenpoel, C., Tribolo, C., Archer, W.,  ,Texier, P. J. (2013): The MSA sequence of Diepkloof and the history of southern African Late Pleistocene populations. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40(9), 3542-3552.

  4. Porraz, G., Texier, P. J., Archer, W., Piboule, M., Rigaud, J. P., Tribolo, C. (2013): Technological successions in the Middle Stone Age sequence of Diepkloof Rock Shelter, Western Cape, South Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40(9), 3376-3400.

  5. Archer, W., & Braun, D. R. (2013): Investigating the signature of aquatic resource use within Pleistocene hominin dietary adaptations. PloS one, 8(8), e69899.

  6. Braun, D. R., Levin, N. E., Roberts, D., Stynder, D., Forrest, F., Herries, A. I., Matthews, T., Bishop, L., Archer, W., Pickering, R. (2013): Initial investigations of Acheulean hominin behaviour at Elandsfontein. In The Archaeology of the West Coast of South Africa (pp. 10-23). Archaeopress.

  7. Caruana, M., Carvalho, S., Braun, D.R., Presnyakova, D., Haslam, M., Archer, W., Bobe, R., Harris, J.W.K. (2014): Quantifying Traces of Tool Use: A Novel Morphometric Analysis of Damage Patterns on Percussive Tools. PloS one 9, no. 11 (2014): e113856.

  8. McPherron, S. P., Braun, D. R., Dogandžić, T., Archer, W., Desta, D., Lin, S. C. (2014): An experimental assessment of the influences on edge damage to lithic artifacts: a consideration of edge angle, substrate grain size, raw material properties, and exposed face. Journal of Archaeological Science, 49, 70-82.

  9. Archer, W., Braun, D. R., Harris, J. W., McCoy, J. T., Richmond, B. G. (2014): Early Pleistocene aquatic resource use in the Turkana Basin. Journal of Human Evolution, 77, 74-87.

  10. Braun, D. R., Levin, N. E., Stynder, D., Herries, A. I., Archer, W., Forrest, F., Fitzsimmons, K. E. (2013): Mid-Pleistocene Hominin occupation at Elandsfontein, Western Cape, South Africa. Quaternary Science Reviews, 82, 145-166.

  11. Presnyakova, D., Archer, W., Braun, D. R., Flear, W. (2015): Documenting differences between Early Stone Age flake production systems: an experimental model and archaeological verification. PloS one.

  12. Oxilia, G., Peresani, M., Romandini, M., Matteucci, M., Spiteri, C.D., Henry, A.G.,  Schulz, D., Archer, W., Crezzini, J., Boschin, F., Boscato, P., Jaouen, K., Dogandžić, T., Broglio, A., Moggi-Cecchi, J., Fiorenza, L., Hublin, J-J., Kullmer, O., Benazzi, S (2015): Earliest evidence of dental treatment in the Late Upper Paleolithic. Scientific Reports.

  13. Archer, W., Gunz, P., van Niekerk, K., Henshilwood, C.S., McPherron, S.P (2015): Diachronic change within the Still Bay at Blombos Cave, South Africa. PloS one.

  14. Archer, W., Pop, C.M., Gunz, P., McPherron, S.P. (accepted): What is Still Bay? Human biogeography and bifacial point variability. Journal of Human Evolution.

  15. Braun, D. R., Pante, M. and Archer, W. (2016): Cut marks on bone surfaces: influences on variation in the form of traces of ancient behaviour. Interface Focus.

  16. Lin, C., Pop, C.M., Dibble, H.L., Archer, W., Desta, D., Weis, M. and McPherron, S.P.: A core reduction experiment finds no effect of original stone size and reduction intensity on flake debris size distribution. American Antiquity.

  17. Braun, D., Levin, N. E., Stynder, D., Pickering, R., Forrest, F., Roberts, D. L., Fitzsimmons, K. and Archer, W. (2016). The context of hominin behaviour at Elandsfontien in the Mid-Pleistocene. Quaternary International, 404, 206.

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