Jo McDonald
Jo McDonald
Director, Centre for Rock Art Research + Management, The University of Western Australia
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Dreamtime superhighway (TA27): Sydney Basin rock art and prehistoric information exchange
J McDonald
ANU Press, 2008
Symbolic behaviour and the peopling of the southern arc route to Australia
J Balme, I Davidson, J McDonald, N Stern, P Veth
Quaternary International 202 (1-2), 59-68, 2009
Investigating 14C AMS: dating prehistoric rock art in the Sydney Sandstone Basin, Australia
L McDonald, K Officer, T Jull, D Donahue, J Head, B Ford
Rock Art Research 7 (2), 83-92, 1990
The first archaeological evidence for death by spearing in Australia
JJ McDonald, D Donlon, JH Field, RLK Fullagar, JB Coltrain, P Mitchell, ...
antiquity 81 (314), 877-885, 2007
Dampier Archipelago petroglyphs: archaeology, scientific values and National Heritage Listing
J McDonald, P Veth
Archaeology in Oceania 44 (S1), 49-69, 2009
Archaic faces to headdresses: the changing role of rock art across the arid zone
J McDonald
Desert peoples: archaeological perspectives, 116-141, 2005
A companion to rock art
J McDonald, P Veth
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
The role of information exchange in the colonisation of Sahul
P Veth, N Stern, J McDonald, J Balme, I Davidson
Information and its role in hunter-gatherer bands, 203-220, 2011
Rock art in arid landscapes: Pilbara and Western Desert petroglyphs
J McDonald, P Veth
Australian Archaeology 77 (1), 66-81, 2013
Rock art and social identity: a comparison of Holocene graphic systems in arid and fertile environments
J McDonald, P Veth
Archaeology of Oceania: Australia and the Pacific Islands 96, 115, 2006
Results from the first intensive dating program for pigment art in the Australian arid zone: insights into recent social complexity
J McDonald, KL Steelman, P Veth, J Mackey, J Loewen, CR Thurber, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 46, 195-204, 2014
The social dynamics of aggregation and dispersal in the Western Desert
J McDonald, P Veth
A companion to rock art, 90-102, 2012
Murujuga, northwestern Australia: When arid hunter-gatherers became coastal foragers
J McDonald, M Berry
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 12 (1), 24-43, 2017
Pilbara rock art: laser scanning, photogrammetry and 3D photographic reconstruction as heritage management tools
A Davis, D Belton, P Helmholz, P Bourke, J McDonald
Heritage Science 5 (1), 1-16, 2017
I must go down to the seas again: Or, what happens when the sea comes to you? Murujuga rock art as an environmental indicator for Australia's north-west
J McDonald
Quaternary International 385, 124-135, 2015
Karnatukul (Serpent’s Glen): A new chronology for the oldest site in Australia’s Western Desert
J McDonald, W Reynen, F Petchey, K Ditchfield, C Byrne, ...
PloS one 13 (9), e0202511, 2018
The archaeology of memory: the recursive relationship of Martu rock art and place
J McDonald, P Veth
Anthropological Forum 23 (4), 367-386, 2013
Bedrock notions and isochrestic choice: evidence for localised stylistic patterning in the engravings of the Sydney region
J McDonald
Archaeology in Oceania 34 (3), 145-160, 1999
Shelter rock-art in the Sydney Basin (Australia): A space-time continuum: exploring different influences on diachronic change
J McDonald
The archaeology of rock-art, 319-335, 1998
Information exchange among Hunter-Gatherers of the western desert of Australia
J McDonald, P Veth
Information and its role in hunter-gatherer bands, 221-233, 289-293, 2011
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