Publications of W. Christopher Carleton

Journal Article (8)

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Groucutt, H. S.; Carleton, W. C.; Fenech, K.; Gauci, R.; Grima, R.; Scerri, E. M. L.; Stewart, M.; Vella, N. C.: The 4.2 ka event and the end of the Maltese “Temple period”. Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 771683 (2022)
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Carleton, W. C.; Collard, M.; Stewart, M.; Groucutt, H. S.: A song of neither ice nor fire: Temperature extremes had no impact on violent conflict among European societies during the 2nd millennium CE. Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 769107 (2021)
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Groucutt, H. S.; White, T. S.; Scerri, E. M. L.; Andrieux, E.; Clark-Wilson, R.; Breeze, P. S.; Armitage, S. J.; Stewart, M.; Drake, N.; Louys, J. et al.; Price, G. J.; Duval, M.; Parton, A.; Candy, I.; Carleton, W. C.; Shipton, C.; Jennings, R. P.; Zahir, M.; Blinkhorn, J.; Blockley, S.; Al-Omari, A.; Petraglia, A. M. A. M. D.: Multiple hominin dispersals into Southwest Asia over the past 400,000 years. Nature 597, pp. 376 - 380 (2021)
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Collard, M.; Carleton, W. C.; Campbell, D. A.: Rainfall, temperature, and Classic Maya conflict: A comparison of hypotheses using Bayesian time-series analysis. PLoS One 16 (7), e0253043 (2021)
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Carleton, W. C.; Campbell, D.; Collard, M.: A reassessment of the impact of temperature change on European conflict during the second millennium CE using a bespoke Bayesian time-series model. Climatic Change 165, 4 (2021)
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Stewart, M.; Carleton, W. C.; Groucutt, H. S.: Climate change, not human population growth, correlates with Late Quaternary megafauna declines in North America. Nature Communications 12, 965 (2021)
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Carleton, W. C.: Evaluating Bayesian Radiocarbon‐dated Event Count (REC) models for the study of long‐term human and environmental processes. Journal of Quaternary Science 36 (1), pp. 110 - 123 (2021)
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Carleton, W. C.; Groucutt, H. S.: Sum things are not what they seem: Problems with point-wise interpretations and quantitative analyses of proxies based on aggregated radiocarbon dates. The Holocene 31 (4), pp. 630 - 643 (2021)
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