Dr. David V. Burley - Recent Publications

D.V. Burley, T. Freeland and J. Naucabalavu
19th century conflict and the Koivuanabuli fortification complex on Mali Island, northern Fiji. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology DOI: 10.1080/15564894.2015.1050132.
D.V. Burley and K. Edinborough, M. Weisler and J-X Zhao
Bayesian modeling and chronological precision for Polynesian settlement of Tonga. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0120795. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0120795.
B. Phaff, D.V. Burley and M.P. Richards
Dietary isotope patterns and their social implications in a prehistoric human population from Sigatoka, Fiji. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports DOI.org/a0.1016/j.jasrep.2015.09.026.
D.V. Burley and K. LeBlanc
Obfuscating migration and exchange: The misconceptions of an eastern Lapita province. In C. Sand, S. Chiu & N. Hogg (eds.), The Lapita Cultural Complex in Time and Space: Expansion Routes, Chronologies and Typologies. Pp.173-183, Institute of Archaeology of New Caledonia and the Pacific, Noumea.
D.V. Burley and K. Edinborough
Discontinuity in the Fijian archaeological record supported by a Bayesian radiocarbon model.  Radiocarbon 56(1): 295-303
D.V. Burley and D. Addison
Tonga and Samoa in Oceanic prehistory: Contemporary debates and personal perspectives. In E. Cochrane and T. Hunt (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Oceanic Archaeology. Online Publication DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/ 9780199925070.013.017.
Speller, C., D.V. Burley, R. Woodward and D. Yang
Ancient mtDNA analysis of early 16th century Caribbean cattle provides insight into founding populations of New Word creole cattle breeds.  PLoS ONE 8(7): e69584.
Ross-Sheppard, C., C. Sand, J. Balenaivalu and D.V. Burley
Kutau/Bao obsidian - extending its eastern distribution in the Fijian northeast.  Journal of Pacific Archaeology 4(2): 79-83
D.V. Burley
Fijian polygenesis and the Melanesian/Polynesian divide. Current Anthropology 35(4): 436-462
D.V. Burley and J. Balenaivalu
Kadavu archaeology: First insights from a preliminary survey.  Domodomo 25(1&2): 13-36
D.V. Burley, M. Weisler and X-J Zhao
High Precision U/Th Dating of First Polynesian Settlement.  PLoS ONE 7(11): e48769.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048769
2012 D.V. Burley
Exploration as a strategic process in the Lapita settlement of Fiji:  The implications of Vorovoro Island, Journal of Pacific Archaeology 3(1): 22-34.
2011 D.V. Burley, P. Sheppard, and M. Simonin
Tongan and Samoan volcanic glass: pXRF analysis and implications for constructs of ancestral Polynesian society. Journal of Archaeological Science 38: 2625-2632.
2011 D.V. Burley, K. Taché, M. Purser and J. Naucabalavu
An archaeology of salt production in Fiji. Antiquity 85:187–200.
2010 D.V. Burley, and J. Connaughton
Completing the story: A late dentate stamped Lapita pot from Sigatoka, Fiji.  Archaeology in Oceania 45: 130-132
2010 D.V. Burley, A. Barton, W. R. Dickinson, S. P. Connaughton and K. Taché
Nukuleka as a founder colony for west Polynesian settlement: New insights from recent excavations. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 1(2): 128-144.
2010 D.V. Burley, and W. R. Dickinson
Among Polynesia’s first pots.  Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 1020-1026.
2010 Connaughton, S., K. Taché and D. V. Burley
Taupita: A 3000 year old shell game in the Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of Social Archaeology 10(1): 118-137.