Sue O'Connor
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Pelagic fishing at 42,000 years before the present and the maritime skills of modern humans
S O’Connor, R Ono, C Clarkson
Science 334 (6059), 1117-1121, 2011
New evidence from East Timor contributes to our understanding of earliest modern human colonisation east of the Sunda Shelf
S O'Connor
Antiquity 81 (313), 523-535, 2007
30,000 Years of Aboriginal occupation: Kimberley, north west Australia
S O'Connor
Canberra, ACT: Dept. of Archaeology and Natural History, The Australian …, 2017
Carpenter’s Gap rockshelter 1: 40,000 years of Aboriginal occupation in the Napier Ranges, Kimberley, WA
S O’Connor
Australian Archaeology 40 (1), 58-59, 1995
Excavation at Lene Hara Cave establishes occupation in East Timor at least 30,000–35,000 years ago
S O'Connor, M Spriggs, P Veth
Antiquity 76 (291), 45-49, 2002
Early Holocene shell fish hooks from Lene Hara Cave, East Timor establish complex fishing technology was in use in Island South East Asia five thousand years before …
S O’Connor, P Veth
Antiquity 79 (304), 249-256, 2005
Uranium-series dating rock art in East Timor
M Aubert, S O'Connor, M McCulloch, G Mortimer, A Watchman, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (6), 991-996, 2007
Nine new painted rock art sites from East Timor in the context of the Western Pacific region
Asian Perspectives, 96-128, 2003
Art at 40,000 BP? One step closer: an ochre covered rock from carpenters gap Shelter1, Kimberley region, Western Australia
S O'Connor, BL Fankhauser
Histories of old ages: essays in honour of Rhys Jones, 2001
Colonisation and coastal subsistence in Australia and Papua New Guinea: different timing, different modes
S O'Connor, J Chappell
Le Cahiers de l'Archologie en Nouvelle-Caledonie, 2003
Cave archaeology and sampling issues in the tropics: a case study from Lene Hara Cave, a 42,000 year old occupation site in East Timor, Island Southeast Asia
S O’Connor, A Barham, M Spriggs, P Veth, K Aplin, E St Pierre
Australian Archaeology 71 (1), 29-40, 2010
The morphology, function and antiquity of Australian grinding implements
P Gorecki, M Grant, S O'Connor, P Veth
Archaeology in Oceania 32 (2), 141-150, 1997
Changing interpretations of postglacial human subsistence and demography in Sahul
S O'Connor, P Veth, N Hubbard
Sahul in Review: the archaeology of Australia, New Guineas and Island …, 1993
Rock art: A potential source of information about past maritime technology in the South‐East Asia‐Pacific region
PV Lape, S O’connor, N Burningham
International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 36 (2), 238-253, 2007
World’s earliest ground-edge axe production coincides with human colonisation of Australia
P Hiscock, S O’Connor, J Balme, T Maloney
Australian Archaeology 82 (1), 2-11, 2016
Are osseous artefacts a window to perishable material culture? Implications of an unusually complex bone tool from the Late Pleistocene of East Timor
S O'Connor, G Robertson, KP Aplin
Journal of Human Evolution 67, 108-119, 2014
The dating of the Australian Small Tool Tradition, with new evidence from the Kimberley, WA
S Bowdler, S O'Connor
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 53-62, 1991
The archaeology of the Aru islands, eastern Indonesia
S O'Connor, PM Veth, M Spriggs
ANU e Press, 2007
Faces of the ancestors revealed: discovery and dating of a Pleistocene-age petroglyph in Lene Hara Cave, East Timor
S O'Connor, K Aplin, E St Pierre, Y Feng
Antiquity 84 (325), 649-665, 2010
The archaeology of the Aru islands, eastern Indonesia
S O'Connor, PM Veth, M Spriggs
ANU e Press, 2007
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