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Journal Article 2023 Skeels, A. Paleoenvironments shaped the exchange of terrestrial vertebrates across Wallace's Line Science [Skeels, 2023 #37218]
Journal Article 2022 Higham, Charles Franklin Wandesforde Zooarchaeology of Ban Chiang and the rise of early farming communities in mainland Southeast Asia International Journal of Osteoarchaeology [Higham, 2022 #37163]
Journal Article 2020 Shoocongdej, Rasmi Faunal assemblages and demography during the Late Pleistocene (MIS 2-1) to Early Holocene in highland Pang Mapha, Northwest Thailand Quaternary International [Shoocongdej, 2020 #36858]
Journal Article 2020 Bacon, Anne-Marie Linear enamel hypoplasia in large-bodied mammals of Pleistocene northern Vietnam, with a special focus on  Pongo Quaternary International [Bacon, 2020 #36857]
Book Section in a Series 2020 Kress, Jonathan H. Late Pleistocene/Holocene ecological and cultural transition in the Philippines EurASEAA14: papers from the Fourteenth International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. Volume 2: material culture and heritage [Kress, 2020 #36754]
Journal Article 2020 Suraprasit, Kantapon Long-term isotope evidence on the diet and habitat breadth of Pleistocene to Holocene caprines in Thailand: implications for the extirpation and conservation of Himalayan gorals Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution [Suraprasit, 2020 #19617]
Journal Article 2018 Bacon, Anne-Marie A rhinocerotid-dominated megafauna at the MIS6-5 transition: the late Middle Pleistocene Coc Muoi assemblage, Lang Son province, Vietnam Quaternary Science Reviews [Bacon, 2018 #26618]
Journal Article 2018 Sutikna, Thomas The spatio-temporal distribution of archaeological and faunal finds at Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia) in light of the revised chronology for <i>Homo floresiensis</i> Journal of Human Evolution [Sutikna, 2018 #26634]
Journal Article 2014 Dennell, Robin W. The origins and persistence of <i>Homo floresiensis</i> on Flores: biogeographical and ecological perspectives Quaternary Science Reviews [Dennell, 2014 #26649]
Journal Article 2009 Morwood, M. J. Preface: research at Liang Bua, Flores, Indonesia Journal of Human Evolution [Morwood, 2009 #26647]
Book Section in a Series 2018 Fakhri Vertebrae fauna from Gua Sambangoala, Southeast Sulawesi The Archaeology of Sulawesi [Fakhri 2018 #25321]
Journal Article 2018 Bacon, Anne-Marie Testing the savannah corridor hypothesis during MIS2: The Boh Dambang hyena site in southern Cambodia Quaternary International [Bacon, 2018 #26861]
Thesis 2001 Bautista, A. An analysis of animal remains recovered from Balobok Rockshelter, Sanga-Sanga, Tawi-Tawi Province [Bautista, 2001 #36295]
Journal Article 1997 Bennett, E. L. Hornbills <i>Buceros</i> spp. and culture in northern Borneo: can they continue to co-exist? Biological Conservation [Bennett, 1997 #27707]
Book Section 1999 Young, Gavin C. Early-middle Palaeozoic vertebrate faunas in relation to Gondwana dispersion and Asian accretion Gondwana Dispersion and Asian Accretion <i>IGCP 321 Final Results Volume</i> [Young, 1999 #22969]
Book Section 1985 Hutchison, Charles S. The Palaeo-Tethyan realm and Indosinian orogenic system of Southeast Asia Tectonic evolution of the Tethyan region [Hutchison, 1985 #22973]
Book Section 1999 Metcalfe, I. The Palaeo-Tethys in mainland East and Southeast Asia: contributions from radiolarian studies Gondwana Dispersion and Asian Accretion <i>IGCP 321 Final Results Volume</i> [Metcalfe, 1999 #22971]
Journal Article 1996 Thanh, Tong-Dzuy Fish suggests continental connections between the Indochina and South China blocks in Middle Devonian time Geology [Thanh, 1996 #28390]
Journal Article 1984 Metcalfe, I. Stratigraphy, paleontology and paleogeography of the Carboniferous of Southeast Asia Mémoires de la Société Géologique de France [Metcalfe, 1984 #28408]
Journal Article 1996 Janvier, P. Une faune de Vertébrés de type «sud-chinois » dans le Dévonien inférieur de la basse Rivière Noire (Song Da),Vietnam Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences-Series IIA-Earth and Planetary Science [Janvier, 1996 #28414]
Journal Article 1985 Burrett, Clive South East Asia as part of an Ordovician Gondwanaland- a palaeobiogeographic test of a tectonic hypothesis Earth and Planetary Science Letters [Burrett, 1985 #28444]
Book Section 1978 Dowson, O. T. A Permian aulacocerid from Saraburi, central Thailand Proceedings of the Third Regional Conference on Geology and Mineral Resources of Southeast Asia [Dowson, 1978 #23104]
Book Section 1978 Bhattacharya, A. Biostratigraphy of the marine cretaceous shelf sediments of Meghalaya, India, with special reference to its Indo-Pacific faunal affinity Proceedings of the Third Regional Conference on Geology and Mineral Resources of Southeast Asia [Bhattacharya, 1978 #23109]
Journal Article 2000 Cranbrook, Earl of Quaternary mammal fossils from Borneo: <i>Stegodon</i> and <i> Hippopotamus</i> Sarawak Museum Journal [Cranbrook, 2000 #28523]
Journal Article 2000 Tuen, Andrew Alek Distribution and abundance of small mammals and birds at Mt. Santubong, Sarawak Sarawak Museum Journal [Tuen, 2000 #28522]
Journal Article 2003 Schöne, B. Environment controls on shell growth rates and δ<sup>18</sup>O of the shallow-marine bivalve mollusk <i>Phacosoma japonicum</i> in Japan Marine Biology [Schöne, 2003 #28582]
Journal Article 1991 Hoang Xuan Chinh, Faunal and cultural changes from Pleistocene to Holocene in Vietnam Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association [Hoang 1991 #29150]
Journal Article 2008 Bacon, Anne-Marie Redécouverte d'une faune pléistocène dans les remplissages karstiques de Tam Hang au Laos: premiers résultats (The discovery of a Pleistocene fauna in karstic fills at Tam Hang in Laos: preliminary results) Comptes Rendus Palevol [Bacon, 2008 #29230]
Book Section 2008 Zeitoun, Valéry Taphonomy and paleoecological significance of the <i>Ailuropoda-Stegodon</i> complex of Ban Fa Suai (northern Thailand) From <i>Homo erectus</i> to the living traditions [Zeitoun, 2008 #23695]
Journal Article 1942 Tokio Shikama, Vertebrate fossils from Eastern Asia Journal of Geography [Tokio 1942 #30230]