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Bennett, R., 2011. Archaeological remote sensing: visualisation and analysis of grass-dominated environments using airborne laser scanning and digital spectral data. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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Fearnley, H., Clarke, R. T. and Liley, D., 2011. The Solent Disturbance & Mitigation Project. Phase II – results of the Solent household survey. Project Report. Wareham: Solent Forum.

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Green, I. D. and Ginige, T. A., 2011. Ecosystem Services, Agriculture and Trace Metals. In: Evidence Based Management of Ecosystems, 14-16 September 2011, Univeristy of Bergen, Norway. (Unpublished)

Green, I. D., 2011. Trace metals in the soil-plant system and beyond. In: Metallophyte Plants: A theatened and unrealised resource hidden in our biodiversity, 8-10 February 2011, University of Western Australia. (Unpublished)

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Hewitt, I., Russell, B. and Manley, H., 2011. East Stoke: The Archaeology of the Old Church of St Mary. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society. (In Press)

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Mulville, J., Madgwick, R., Powell, A. and Parker Pearson, M., 2011. Flesh on the Bones: Animal Bodies in Atlantic Roundhouses. In: Pluskowski, A., ed. The Ritual Killing and Burial of Animals: European Perspectives. Oxford, England: Oxbow, pp. 205-219.

Maltby, M., 2011. Integrating zooarchaeology into studies of Roman Britain and Medieval Russia. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

Madgwick, R., Forest, V. and Beglane, F., 2011. Syndactyly in Pigs: A Review of Previous Research and the Presentation of Eight Archaeological Specimens. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology.

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Rees, K.-A., 2011. The Distribution of opiates, cocaine and their metabolites in skeletal muscle tissue and vitreous humour as an aid to post-mortem toxicological interpretation. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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Sievers, K., 2011. Predicting ecological impacts of climate change and species introductions on a temperate chalk stream in Southern Britain - a dynamic food web model approach. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

Stokes, H., Muldner, G. and Jenkins, E. L., 2011. An investigation into the archaeological application of carbon stable isotope analysis used to establish crop water availability: solutions and ways forward. In: Mithen, S. and Black, E., eds. Water, life and civilisation: climate, environment and society in the Jordan Valley. Cambridge, England/ New York: Cambridge University Press/UNESCO, pp. 373-380.

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