David V. Burley: Publications Since 2010

2018 D.V. Burley, T Freeland and J. Balenaivalu
Small islands, strategic locales and the configuration of first Lapita settlement of Vanua Levu, Northern Fiji.  In S. Bedford and M. Spriggs (eds.), Debating Lapita: Chronology, Society and Subsistence. Terra Australis series, ANU E- press (in press).
D.V. Burley, M. Horrocks and M.I. Weisler
Earliest evidence for pit cultivation provides insight on the nature of first Polynesian settlement. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology (in proof).
A. Cannon, R, Wildenstein, D.Y. Cannon and D.V. Burley
Varied forms and histories of Lapita and post-Lapita fisheries in Ha’apai, Kingdom of Tonga.  Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology (in proof).
S. Bedford, R. Blust, D.V. Burley, M. Cox, P.V. Kirch, L. Matisoo Smith, A. Naess, A. Pawley, C. Sand, P. Sheppard.
Ancient DNA and its contribution to understanding the human history of the Pacific Islands. Archaeology in Oceania https://onlinelibrary-wiley-com.proxy.lib.sfu.ca/doi/full/10.1002/arco.5165 (early view).
D.V. Burley
Review of “On the Road of the Winds:  An Archaeological History of the Pacific Islands Before European Contact” Second Edition  P.V. Kirch, Archaeology in Oceania,  https://onlinelibrary-wiley-com.proxy.lib.sfu.ca/doi/full/10.1002/arco.5168 (early view).
2018 D.V. Burley, S. Connaughton and G. Clark
Early cessation of ceramic production for ancestral Polynesian society in Tonga. PLoS ONE 13(2): e0193166. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0193166
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. Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. 231-251.
J.R. Welch, D.V. Burley, J.C. Driver, E.A. Hogg, K. Jayasundera, M. Klassen, D. Maxwell, G.P. Nicolas, J. Pivnic and C.D. Dore
Digital bridges across disciplinary, practical and pedagogical divides: An online professional master’s program in heritage resource management.  Journal of Archaeology and Education 2(2): https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/jae/vol2/iss2/1
P. Parton, G.Clark, C.Reepmeyer, D.V. Burley
The field of war: LiDAR identification of earthwork defences on Tongatapu Island, Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 9(1): 11-24.
C. Cheung, D.V. Burley, B. Phaff, M. R. Richards
A paleomobility study of the multi-period site of Sigatoka, Fiji, using strontium isotope analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports 17: 762-774.
G. Clark, P. Parton, C. Reepmeyer, N. Melekiola and D.V. Burley
Conflict and state development in ancient Tonga: The Lapaha earth fort. The Journal of Coastal and Island Archaeology 13(3): 405-419.
K. Huard and D.V. Burley
On the Question of Anadara Antiquata bivalve scrapers in the archaeological record of Tonga. Archaeology in Oceania 52(3) 141-148.
K.West, C. Collins, O. Kardailsky, J. Kahn, T.L. Hunt, D.V. Burley and E. Matisoo-Smith
The Pacific rat race to Easter Island: Tracking the prehistoric dispersal of Rattus exulans using ancient mitochondrial genomes. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5:52. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2017.00052
D.V. Burley, R. Woodward, S. Henry and I. Conolley
Jamaican Taino settlement configuration at the time of Christopher Columbus. Latin American Antiquity 28(3): 337-352.
D.V. Burley
Reconsideration of sea level and landscape for first Lapita settlement at Nukuleka, Kingdom of Tonga. Archaeology in Oceania 51(2): 84-90.
T. Freeland, B. Heung, D.V. Burley, G. Clark and A. Knudby
Automated feature extraction for prospection and analysis of monumental earthworks from aerial LiDAR in the Kingdom of Tonga. Journal of Archaeological Science 69: 64-74
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 11 (1): 107-121.
D.V. Burley and M. Weisler
William R. Dickinson: An Appreciation for an Archaeologist’s Geologist. Archaeology in Oceania 51(2): 81-83.
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 5: 680-686.
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.
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. Noumea: Institute of Archaeology of New Caledonia and the Pacific, pp.173-183.
D.V. Burley and K. Edinborough
Discontinuity in the Fijian archaeological record supported by a Bayesian radiocarbon model.  Radiocarbon 56(1): 295-303
C. Speller, 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.
C. Ross-Sheppard, 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.  Domodom 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.
2012 D.V. Burley
Jim Specht, cautionary comments and the Lapita settlement of south Coast, Papua New Guinea. Australian Archaeology 75: 213-14.
2012 D.V. Burley
Response to J. Davidson, "Intrusion, integration and innovation on small and not-so-small islands with particular reference to Samoa. Archaeology in Oceania 47(1): 10-11.
2011 D.V. Burley
Comment upon P. Sheppard, Lapita colonization across the near/remote Oceania boundary. Current Anthropology 52(6): 820-821.
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 S. Connaughton, 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.