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Ian W.G. Smith
Ian W.G. Smith
Associate Professor of Archaeology, University of Otago
Verified email at otago.ac.nz - Homepage
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Maori impact on the marine megafauna: pre-European distributions of New Zealand sea mammals
IWG Smith
Saying So Doesn’t Make It So: Papers in honour of B. Foss Leach., 76-108, 1989
911989
The transient village in southern New Zealand
A Anderson, I Smith
World Archaeology 27 (3), 359-371, 1996
861996
Shag River Mouth: the Archaeology of an Early Southern Maori Village
AJ Anderson, B Allingham, IWG Smith
ANH Publications, RSPAS, The Australian National, 1996
801996
Extinction and recolonization of coastal megafauna following human arrival in New Zealand
CJ Collins, NJ Rawlence, S Prost, CNK Anderson, M Knapp, RP Scofield, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786 …, 2014
732014
Retreat and resilience: fur seals and human settlement in New Zealand
IWG Smith
The exploitation and cultural importance of sea mammals, 6-18, 2005
732005
Sea mammal hunting and prehistoric subsistence in New Zealand
IWG Smith
PhD thesis, University of Otago, 1985
661985
Pre-European Maori exploitation of marine resources in two New Zealand case study areas: species range and temporal change
I Smith
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 43 (1), 1-37, 2013
592013
Sedentism, subsistence and socio-political organization in prehistoric New Zealand
R Walter, I Smith, C Jacomb
World archaeology 38 (2), 274-290, 2006
592006
Reconsideration of the Marquesan sequence in East Polynesian prehistory, with particular reference to Hane (MUH1)
A Anderson, H Leach, I Smith, R Walter
Archaeology in Oceania 29 (1), 29-52, 1994
531994
The New Zealand sealing industry: history, archaeology and heritage management
I Smith
Wellington: Deptartment of Conservation, 2002
492002
Fishing, Turtle Hunting, and Mammal Exploitation at Fa'ahia, Huanine, French Polynesia.
BF Leach, M Intoh, IWG Smith
Journal de la Société des Océanistes 40 (79), 183-197, 1984
471984
Risks of shifting baselines highlighted by anecdotal accounts of New Zealand's snapper (Pagrus auratus) fishery
DM Parsons, MA Morrison, AB MacDiarmid, B Stirling, P Cleaver, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43 (4), 965-983, 2009
442009
Radiocarbon chronology
AJ Anderson, IWG Smith, TFG Higham
Shag River Mouth: the archaeology of an early Southern Maori village 27, 60-69, 1996
431996
Regional and chronological variations in energy harvests from prehistoric fauna in New Zealand
I Smith
The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology, 2017
35*2017
Radiocarbon-dating and ancient DNA reveal rapid replacement of extinct prehistoric penguins.
N Rawlence, G Perry, I Smith, P Scofield, A Tennyson, E Matisoo-Smith, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 112, 59-65, 2015
352015
Maori, Pakeha and Kiwi: Peoples, cultures and sequence in New Zealand archaeology
IWG Smith
Islands of Inquiry: Colonisation, Seafaring and the Archaeology of Maritime …, 2008
322008
Distribution and extirpation of pigs in Pacific Islands: a case study from Palau
G Clark, F Petchey, S Hawkins, C Reepmeyer, I Smith, WB Masse
Archaeology in Oceania 48 (3), 141-153, 2013
312013
Settlement permanence and function at Pleasant River Mouth, East Otago, New Zealand
IWG Smith
New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 19, 27-79, 1999
311999
The Papatowai site: new evidence and interpretations
A Anderson, I Smith
The Journal of the Polynesian Society 101 (2), 129-158, 1992
301992
Radiocarbon dates from archaeological rat bones: the Pleasant River case
I Smith, A Anderson
Archaeology in Oceania 33 (2), 88-91, 1998
291998
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