|The plant traits that drive ecosystems: evidence from three continents|
S Diaz, JG Hodgson, K Thompson, M Cabido, JHC Cornelissen, A Jalili, ...
Journal of vegetation science 15 (3), 295-304, 2004
|Neolithic farming in central Europe: an archaeobotanical study of crop husbandry practices|
|Neolithic farming in central Europe: An archaeobotanical study of crop husbandry practices|
L–NY: Routledge, 2004
|Heaton, THE, Poulton, P., Merbach, I., 2007. The impact of manuring on nitrogen isotope ratios in cereals: archaeological implications for reconstruction of diet and crop …|
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (3), 335-343, 0
|The impact of manuring on nitrogen isotope ratios in cereals: archaeological implications for reconstruction of diet and crop management practices|
A Bogaard, THE Heaton, P Poulton, I Merbach
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (3), 335-343, 2007
|Crop manuring and intensive land management by Europe’s first farmers|
A Bogaard, R Fraser, THE Heaton, M Wallace, P Vaiglova, M Charles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (31), 12589-12594, 2013
|Manuring and stable nitrogen isotope ratios in cereals and pulses: towards a new archaeobotanical approach to the inference of land use and dietary practices|
RA Fraser, A Bogaard, T Heaton, M Charles, G Jones, BT Christensen, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (10), 2790-2804, 2011
|‘Garden agriculture’and the nature of early farming in Europe and the Near East|
World Archaeology 37 (2), 177-196, 2005
|Private pantries and celebrated surplus: storing and sharing food at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Central Anatolia|
A Bogaard, M Charles, KC Twiss, A Fairbairn, N Yalman, D Filipović, ...
Antiquity 83 (321), 649-668, 2009
|Neolithic agriculture on the European western frontier: the boom and bust of early farming in Ireland|
NJ Whitehouse, RJ Schulting, M McClatchie, P Barratt, TR McLaughlin, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 51, 181-205, 2014
|Questioning the relevance of shifting cultivation to Neolithic farming in the loess belt of Europe: evidence from the Hambach Forest experiment|
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 11 (1-2), 155-168, 2002
|Does biodiversity determine ecosystem function? The Ecotron experiment reconsidered|
JG Hodgson, K Thompson, PJ Wilson, A Bogaard
Functional ecology, 843-848, 1998
|Towards a social geography of cultivation and plant use in an early farming community: Vaihingen an der Enz, south-west Germany|
A Bogaard, R Krause, HC Strien
Antiquity 85 (328), 395-416, 2011
|Neolithic farming in Britain and central Europe: contrast or continuity?|
A Bogaard, G Jones
PROCEEDINGS-BRITISH ACADEMY 144, 357, 2007
|Identifying the intensity of crop husbandry practices on the basis of weed floras1|
G Jones, A Bogaard, P Halstead, M Charles, H Smith
Annual of the British School at Athens 94, 167-189, 1999
|The nature of early farming in central and south-east Europe|
Documenta Praehistorica 31, 49-58, 2004
|Cereal cultivation at Swifterbant? Neolithic wetland farming on the North European plain|
RTJ Cappers, DCM Raemaekers, G Barker, A Bogaard, J Innes, ...
Current Anthropology 49 (3), 385-402, 2008
|Assessing natural variation and the effects of charring, burial and pre-treatment on the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope values of archaeobotanical cereals and pulses|
RA Fraser, A Bogaard, M Charles, AK Styring, M Wallace, G Jones, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (12), 4754-4766, 2013
|On the archaeobotanical inference of crop sowing time using the FIBS method|
A Bogaard, G Jones, M Charles, JG Hodgson
Journal of Archaeological Science 28 (11), 1171-1183, 2001
|Distinguishing the effects of agricultural practices relating to fertility and disturbance: a functional ecological approach in archaeobotany|
G Jones, A Bogaard, M Charles, JG Hodgson
Journal of Archaeological Science 27 (11), 1073-1084, 2000