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Publications of the Early Rice Project

  • Weisskopf, Alison, Emma Harvey, Eleanor Kingwell-Banham, Mukund Kajale, Rabi Mohanty and Dorian Q FULLER (2013) Archaeobotanical implications of phytolith assemblages from cultivated rice systems, wild rice stands and macro-regional patterns. Journal of Archaeological Science [online open access]
  • Kingwell-Banham, Eleanor and Dorian Q FULLER (2012) Shifting cultivators in South Asia: Expansion, marginalisation and specialisation over the Long-Term.Quaternary International 249: 84-95 [on-line]
  • FULLER, DQ (2011) Pathways to Asian Civilizations: Tracing the Origins and Spread of Rice and Rice Cultures. Rice 4(3-4): 78-92 [on-line ] DOI 10.1007/s12284-011-9078-7 [pdf]
  • CASTILLO, Cristina (2011) Rice in Thailand: the archaeobotanical contribuition. Rice 4 (3-4): 114-120 [online]
  • FULLER, DQ and Alison R. Weisskopf (2011) The Early Rice Project: from Domestication to Global Warming. Archaeology International 13/14: 44-51[on-line open access][pdf]
  • FULLER, DQ, van Etten, J., Manning, K., Castillo, C., Kingwell-Banham, E., Weisskopf, A., Qin, L., Sato, Y., Hijmans, R. (2011). The contribution of rice agriculture and livestock pastoralism to prehistoric methane levels An archaeological assessment. The Holocene 21, 743-759doi:10.1177/0959683611398052Publisher URL
  • FULLER, DQ. (2011). Finding Plant Domestication in the Indian Subcontinent.Current Anthropology 52(S4), S347-S362 doi:10.1086/658900.
  • Fuller, DQ [=Fu Daolian], Qin Ling, Zhao Zhijun, Zheng Yunfei, Hosoya Leo-Aoi, Chen Xuguo and Sun Guo-Ping (2011). Archaeobotanical Analysis at Tianluoshan: Evidence for wild-food gathering, rice cultivation and the process of the evolution of morphologically domesticated rice. In Integrated Studies on the Natural Remains from Tianluoshan (eds. Center for the Study of Chinese Archaeology, Peking University and Zhejiang Province Institute of Archaeology and Cultural Heritage). Beijing: Wenwu Press. Pp. 47-96 [in CHINESE]
  • Fuller, D. Q. and Ling Qin (2010) Declining oaks, increasing artistry, and cultivating rice: the environmental and social context of the emergence of farming in the Lower Yangtze Region. Environmental Archaeology 15 (2): 139-159 [online]
  • Qin Ling, Dorian Q Fuller [Fu Daolian], & Zhang Hai (2010) Modelling wild food resource catchments amongst early farmers: case studies from the Lower Yangtze and Central China. Di Si Ji Yan Jiu [Quaternary Sciences] 30(2): 245-261 [in Chinese with English abstract & captions]
  • Hosoya, Leo Aoi, Yo-Ichiro Sato and Dorian Q Fuller (2010) Editorial: the archaeobotany of early rice agriculture in Asia. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 2 (2): 57-59 [published on-line]
  • Fuller, Dorian Q, Yo-Ichiro Sato, Cristina Castillo, Ling Qin, Alison R. Weisskopf, Eleanor J. Kingwell-Banham, Jixiang Song, Sung-Mo Ahn and Jacob van Etten (2010). Consilience of genetics and archaeobotany in the entangled history of rice (2010). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 2 (2): 115-131 [published on-line]
  • Fuller, D. Q. 2010. Le riz domestiqué en Chine. La Recherche 447 (Dec. 2010): 54-57 [in French] [pdf]
  • Castillo, Cristina and Dorian Q Fuller (2010). Still too fragmentary and dependent upon chance? Advances in the study of early Southeast Asian archaeobotany. In50 Years of Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Essays in Honour of Ian Glover, ed. Bellina, B., Bacus, E. A., Pryce, O., & Weissman Christie, J. River Books, Bangkok/London. P p. 91-111 [pdf]
  • Fuller, Dorian Q, Ling Qin, Yunfei Zheng, Zhijun Zhao, Xugao Chen, Leo Aoi Hosoya, and Guo-ping Sun (2009) The Domestication Process and Domestication Rate in Rice: Spikelet bases from the Lower Yangtze. Science 323: 1607-1610 [abstract] [full text html]
  • Fuller, Dorian Q & Qin, Ling (2009) Water management and labour in the origins and dispersal of Asian rice. World Archaeology 41(1): 88-111 [published online]

 Selected Publications by our Project Partners and Other Collaborators

  • Ellis, Erle, Jed O. Kaplan, DORIAN Q FULLER, Steve Varvus, Kees Klein Goldewijk, and Peter H. Veerburg (2013). Used planet: a global history. PNASdoi: 10.1073/pnas.1217241110  [online]
See blogs by Ellis  or by Fuller or  The Breakthrough Institute
  • Ruddiman, William (2013) The Anthropocene. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences. Vol. 41: 45-68 [online]
 See his blog at Real Climate.org
  • Hu, Dengke, Peter D. Clift, Philipp Böning, Robyn Hannigan, Stephen Hillier, Jerzy Blusztajn, Shiming Wan, DQ FULLER (2013) Holocene evolution in weathering and erosion patterns in the Pearl river delta. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems [DOI: 10.1002/ggge.20166]
  • Yana G. Kamberov, Sijia Wang, Jingze Tan, Pascale Gerbault, Abigail Wark, Longzhi Tan, Yajun Yang, Shilin Li,Kun  Tang,Hua Chen, Adam Powell, Yuval Itan, DORIAN FULLER, Jason Lohmueller, Junhao Mao, Asa Schachar, Madeline Paymer, Elizabeth Hostetter, Elizabeth Byrne, Melissa Burnett, Andrew P. McMahon, Mark G. Thomas, Daniel E. Lieberman,Li Jin, Clifford J. Tabin, Bruce A. Morgan, Pardis C. Sabeti (2013). Modeling Recent Human Evolution in Mice by Expression of a Selected EDAR Variant. Cell 152(4): 691-702 [online]
  • Boivin, Nicole, DORIAN Q FULLER and Alison Crowther (2012)  Old World globalization and the Columbian exchange: comparison and contrast. World Archaeology 44 (3): 452-469 [online]
  • Ponton, C., L. Giosan, T. I. Eglinton, D. Fuller, J. E. Johnson, P. Kumar, and T. S. Collett (2012). Holocene Aridification of India. Geophysical Research Letters,  Vol. 39, L03704, 6 PP., doi:10.1029/2011GL050722
  • Fuller DQ, Nicole Boivin, Tom Hoogervorst and Robin Allaby (2011) Across the Indian Ocean: the prehistoric movement of plants and animals. Antiquity 85 (328): 544-558 [online
  • Hosoya, Leo Aoi, Michele Wollstonecroft, Dorian Q Fuller, Ling Qin (2010). Experimental pilot study of peach/apricot kernal detoxification for reconstruction of Chinese early rice farmers broad spectrum subsistence strategy. Studies of Landscape History on East Asian Inland Seas (NEOMAP Project), ed. K. Makibayashi and M. Uchikado. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto. pp. 69-76 [pdf 4MB]
  • Van Etten, Jacob & R. Hijmans 2010. A geospatial modelling approach integrating archaeobotany and genetics to trace the origin and dispersal of domesticated plants. PLoS ONE 5(8): e12060

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