Jessica Thompson
TitleCited byYear
Reconstructing prehistoric African population structure
P Skoglund, JC Thompson, ME Prendergast, A Mittnik, K Sirak, ...
Cell 171 (1), 59-71. e21, 2017
Taphonomic analysis of the middle stone age faunal assemblage from Pinnacle Point Cave 13B, Western Cape, South Africa
JC Thompson
Journal of Human Evolution 59 (3-4), 321-339, 2010
Taphonomic analysis of the Middle Stone Age larger mammal faunal assemblage from Blombos Cave, southern Cape, South Africa
JC Thompson, CS Henshilwood
Journal of Human Evolution 60 (6), 746-767, 2011
An experimental investigation of cut mark production and stone tool attrition
DR Braun, BL Pobiner, JC Thompson
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (5), 1216-1223, 2008
Tortoise taphonomy and tortoise butchery patterns at Blombos Cave, South Africa
JC Thompson, CS Henshilwood
Journal of Archaeological Science 41, 214-229, 2014
Taphonomy of fossils from the hominin-bearing deposits at Dikika, Ethiopia
JC Thompson, SP McPherron, R Bobe, D Reed, WA Barr, JG Wynn, ...
Journal of human evolution 86, 112-135, 2015
High-throughput sequence identification of gene coding variants within alcohol-related QTLs
MA Ehringer, J Thompson, O Conroy, Y Xu, F Yang, J Canniff, M Beeson, ...
Mammalian genome 12 (8), 657-663, 2001
Did our species evolve in subdivided populations across Africa, and why does it matter?
EML Scerri, MG Thomas, A Manica, P Gunz, JT Stock, C Stringer, M Grove, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2018
The impact of post-depositional processes on bone surface modification frequencies: a corrective strategy and its application to the Loiyangalani site, Serengeti Plain, Tanzania
JC Thompson
Journal of Taphonomy 3 (3), 67-90, 2005
Zooarchaeological tests for modern human behavior at Blombos Cave and Pinnacle Point Cave 13B, southwestern Cape, South Africa
JC Thompson
Arizona State University, 2008
Zooarchaeological tests for modern human behavior at Blombos Cave and Pinnacle Point Cave 13B, southwestern Cape, South Africa
JC Thompson
Arizona State University, 2008
On bad terms: Problems and solutions within zooarchaeological bone surface modification studies
EC James, JC Thompson
Environmental Archaeology 20 (1), 89-103, 2015
Nutritional values of tortoises relative to ungulates from the Middle Stone Age levels at Blombos Cave, South Africa: implications for foraging and social behaviour
JC Thompson, CS Henshilwood
Journal of human evolution 67, 33-47, 2014
Renewed investigations into the Middle Stone Age of northern Malawi
JC Thompson, A Mackay, DK Wright, M Welling, A Greaves, ...
Quaternary International 270, 129-139, 2012
Differentiating between cutting actions on bone using 3D geometric morphometrics and Bayesian analyses with implications to human evolution
E Otárola-Castillo, MG Torquato, HC Hawkins, E James, JA Harris, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 89, 56-67, 2018
Ochre fingerprints: Distinguishing among M alawian mineral pigment sources with H omogenized O chre C hip LA–ICPMS
AM Zipkin, JM Hanchar, AS Brooks, MW Grabowski, JC Thompson, ...
Archaeometry 57 (2), 297-317, 2015
Experimental projectile impact marks on bone: implications for identifying the origins of projectile technology
CA O'Driscoll, JC Thompson
Journal of archaeological science 49, 398-413, 2014
Renewed geoarchaeological investigations of mwanganda's village (elephant butchery site), Karonga, Malawi
DK Wright, J Thompson, A Mackay, M Welling, SL Forman, G Price, ...
Geoarchaeology 29 (2), 98-120, 2014
Crocodile ecology and the taphonomy of early Australasian sites
MC Westaway, JC Thompson, WB Wood, J Njau
Environmental Archaeology 16 (2), 124-136, 2011
The trajectory of bone surface modification studies in paleoanthropology and a new Bayesian solution to the identification controversy
JA Harris, CW Marean, K Ogle, J Thompson
Journal of human evolution 110, 69-81, 2017
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