Christian Reepmeyer
Christian Reepmeyer
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TitleCited byYear
Genomic insights into the peopling of the Southwest Pacific
P Skoglund, C Posth, K Sirak, M Spriggs, F Valentin, S Bedford, GR Clark, ...
Nature 538 (7626), 510, 2016
1322016
Stone tools from the ancient Tongan state reveal prehistoric interaction centers in the Central Pacific
GR Clark, C Reepmeyer, N Melekiola, J Woodhead, WR Dickinson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (29), 10491-10496, 2014
452014
Possible obsidian sources for artifacts from Timor: narrowing the options using chemical data
W Ambrose, C Allen, S O'Connor, M Spriggs, NV Oliveira, C Reepmeyer
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (3), 607-615, 2009
392009
Obsidian sources and distribution systems in Island Southeast Asia: New results and implications from geochemical research using LA-ICPMS
C Reepmeyer, M Spriggs, P Lape, L Neri, WP Ronquillo, T Simanjuntak, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (11), 2995-3005, 2011
342011
Sembiran and Pacung on the north coast of Bali: a strategic crossroads for early trans-Asiatic exchange
A Calo, B Prasetyo, P Bellwood, JW Lankton, B Gratuze, TO Pryce, ...
Antiquity 89 (344), 378-396, 2015
332015
Language continuity despite population replacement in Remote Oceania
C Posth, K Nägele, H Colleran, F Valentin, S Bedford, KW Kami, R Shing, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (4), 731, 2018
302018
Post‐colonization interaction between Vanuatu and Fiji reconsidered: the re‐analysis of obsidian from Lakeba Island, Fiji
C Reepmeyer, G Clark
Archaeometry 52 (1), 1-18, 2010
262010
Provenance and technology of lithic artifacts from the Teouma Lapita site, Vanuatu
C Reepmeyer, M Spriggs, S Bedford, W Ambrose
asian perspectives, 205-225, 2010
242010
Distribution and extirpation of pigs in P acific I slands: a case study from P alau
G Clark, F Petchey, S Hawkins, C Reepmeyer, I Smith, WB Masse
Archaeology in Oceania 48 (3), 141-153, 2013
232013
Obsidian sources and distribution systems in Island Southeast Asia: A review of previous research
M Spriggs, C Reepmeyer, P Lape, L Neri, WP Ronquillo, T Simanjuntak, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (11), 2873-2881, 2011
202011
Late Pleistocene/early Holocene maritime interaction in Southeastern Indonesia–Timor Leste
C Reepmeyer, S O'Connor, T Maloney, S Kealy
Journal of Archaeological Science 76, 21-30, 2016
192016
Long‐distance connections in V anuatu: New obsidian characterisations for the M akué site, A ore I sland
JC Galipaud, C Reepmeyer, R Torrence, S Kelloway, P White
Archaeology in Oceania 49 (2), 110-116, 2014
192014
Long‐term obsidian use at the Jerimalai rock shelter in East Timor
C Reepmeyer, SUE O'CONNOR, S Brockwell
Archaeology in Oceania 46 (2), 85-90, 2011
182011
Characterising volcanic glass sources in the Banks Islands, Vanuatu
C Reepmeyer
Archaeology in Oceania 43 (3), 120-127, 2008
172008
Stone architecture, monumentality and the rise of the early Tongan chiefdom
G Clark, C Reepmeyer
Antiquity 88 (342), 1244-1260, 2014
152014
Last millennium climate change in the occupation and abandonment of Palau's Rock Islands
G Clark, C Reepmeyer
Archaeology in Oceania 47 (1), 29-38, 2012
142012
Mobility of early islanders in the Philippines during the Terminal Pleistocene/Early Holocene boundary: pXRF-analysis of obsidian artefacts
LAM Neri, AF Pawlik, C Reepmeyer, ASB Mijares, VJ Paz
Journal of Archaeological Science 61, 149-157, 2015
132015
Pigment geochemistry as chronological marker: the case of lead pigment in rock art in the Urrmarning ‘Red Lily Lagoon’rock art precinct, western Arnhem Land
D Wesley, T Jones, C Reepmeyer
Australian Archaeology 78 (1), 1-9, 2014
132014
Obsidian source use in Tongan prehistory: New results and implications
C Reepmeyer, G Clark, P Sheppard
The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 7 (2), 255-271, 2012
132012
The obsidian sources and distribution systems emanating from Gaua and Vanua Lava in the Banks Islands of Vanuatu
C Reepmeyer
Australian National University, 2009
122009
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