W. Christopher Carleton
W. Christopher Carleton
Post-Doctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena
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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
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
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
Spatial and temporal variability in stream dissolved organic carbon quantity and quality in an Adirondack forested catchment
P Vidon, W Carleton, MJ Mitchell
Applied geochemistry 46, 10-18, 2014
A locally-adaptive model of archaeological potential (LAMAP)
WC Carleton, J Conolly, G Ianonne
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (11), 3371-3385, 2012
Recent major themes and research areas in the study of human-environment interaction in prehistory
WC Carleton, M Collard
Environmental Archaeology, 2019
Increasing temperature exacerbated Classic Maya conflict over the long term
WC Carleton, D Campbell, M Collard
Quaternary Science Reviews, 2017
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
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
Mercury proxies and mercury dynamics in a forested watershed of the US Northeast
P Vidon, W Carleton, MJ Mitchell
Environmental monitoring and assessment 186, 7475-7488, 2014
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
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
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
Sum things are not what they seem: Problems with the interpretation and analysis of radiocarbon-date proxies
WC Carleton, H Groucutt
SocArXiv preprint server, 2019
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
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, 1227, 2022
Improved parameter estimation and uncertainty propagation in Bayesian Radiocarbon-dated Event Count [REC] models
WC Carleton, D Campbell
OSF Preprints, 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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