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Journal Article 2016 Jones, S. E. The cultural antiquity of rainforests: human-plant associations during the mid-late Holocene in the interior highlands of Sarak, Malaysian Borneo Quaternary International [Jones, 2016 #27615]
Book 2006 Barker, G. The agricultural revolution in prehistory: why did foragers become farmers? [Barker, 2006 #19790]
Book Section 2007 Rabett, R. J. Through the looking glass: new evidence on the presence and behaviour of late Pleistocene humans at Niah Cave, Sarawak, Borneo Rethinking the human revolution [Rabett, 2007 #22370]
Book Section 2011 Barker, G. Transitions to farming in island Southeast Asia: archaeological, biomolecular, and palaeoecological perspectives Why cultivate? Anthropological and archaeological approachesto foraging-farming transitions in Southeast Asia? [Barker, 2011 #22374]
Journal Article 2009 Rabett, Ryan The TrĂ ng An Project: late-to-post-Pleistocene settlement of the lower Song Hong Valley, North Vietnam Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Third Series) [Rabett, 2009 #27882]
Journal Article 2000 Barker, G. The Niah Caves Project: preliminary report on the first (2000) season Sarawak Museum Journal [Barker, 2000 #28526]
Journal Article 2001 Barker, G. The Niah Cave Project: The second (2001) season of fieldwork Sarawak Museum Journal [Barker, 2001 #28514]