W. Christopher Carleton
W. Christopher Carleton
Post-Doctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute of Geoanthropology, Jena
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Multiple hominin dispersals into Southwest Asia over the past 400,000 years
HS Groucutt, TS White, EML Scerri, E Andrieux, R Clark-Wilson, ...
Nature 597 (7876), 376-380, 2021
Climate change, not human population growth, correlates with Late Quaternary megafauna declines in North America
M Stewart, WC Carleton, H Groucutt
Nature Communications 12 (965), 2021
Sum things are not what they seem: Problems with point-wise interpretations and quantitative analyses of proxies based on aggregated radiocarbon dates
WC Carleton, HS Groucutt
The Holocene, 2020
Recent major themes and research areas in the study of human-environment interaction in prehistory
WC Carleton, M Collard
Environmental Archaeology, 2019
A locally-adaptive model of archaeological potential (LAMAP)
WC Carleton, J Conolly, G Ianonne
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (11), 3371-3385, 2012
Increasing temperature exacerbated Classic Maya conflict over the long term
WC Carleton, D Campbell, M Collard
Quaternary Science Reviews, 2017
Evaluating Bayesian Radiocarbon‐dated Event Count (REC) models for the study of long‐term human and environmental processes
WC Carleton
Journal of Quaternary Science, 1-14, 2020
Corporate kin-groups, social memory, and “history houses”? A quantitative test of recent reconstructions of social organization and building function at Çatalhöyük during the PPNB
WC Carleton, J Conolly, M Collard
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (4), 1816-1822, 2013
A reassessment of the impact of drought cycles on the Classic Maya
WC Carleton, D Campbell, M Collard
Quaternary Science Reviews 105, 151–161, 2014
Mass-kill hunting and Late Quaternary ecology: New insights into the ‘desert kite’phenomenon in Arabia
HS Groucutt, WC Carleton
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 37, 102995, 2021
A reassessment of the impact of temperature change on European conflict during the second millennium CE using a bespoke Bayesian time-series model
WC Carleton, D Campbell, M Collard
Climatic Change 165, 1-16, 2021
Rainfall, temperature, and Classic Maya conflict: A comparison of hypotheses using Bayesian time-series analysis
M Collard, WC Carleton, DA Campbell
Plos one 16 (7), e0253043, 2021
A comprehensive test of the Locally-Adaptive Model of Archaeological Potential (LAMAP)
WC Carleton, K Cheong, D Savage, J Barry, J Conolly, G Iannone
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 59–68, 2017
Extreme events in biological, societal, and earth sciences: A systematic review of the literature
M Stewart, WC Carleton, HS Groucutt
Frontiers in Earth Science 10, 786829, 2022
Radiocarbon dating uncertainty and the reliability of the PEWMA method of time-series analysis for research on long-term human-environment interaction
WC Carleton, D Campbell, M Collard
PLoS ONE 13 (1), e0191055, 2018
The 4.2 ka event and the end of the Maltese “Temple Period”
HS Groucutt, WC Carleton, K Fenech, R Gauci, R Grima, EML Scerri, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 2022
Sum things are not what they seem: Problems with the interpretation and analysis of radiocarbon-date proxies
WC Carleton
OSF, 2020
Ecological stability of Late Pleistocene-to-Holocene Lesotho, southern Africa, facilitated human upland habitation
R Patalano, C Arthur, WC Carleton, S Challis, G Dewar, K Gayantha, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 4 (1), 129, 2023
Improved parameter estimation and uncertainty propagation in Bayesian Radiocarbon-dated Event Count [REC] models
WC Carleton, D Campbell
OSF, 2021
A Song of Neither Ice nor Fire: Temperature Extremes had No Impact on Violent Conflict Among European Societies During the 2nd Millennium CE
WC Carleton, M Collard, M Stewart, HS Groucutt
Frontiers in Earth Science, 2021
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