Ian W.G. Smith
Ian W.G. Smith
Associate Professor of Archaeology, University of Otago
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Maori impact on the marine megafauna: pre-European distributions of New Zealand sea mammals
IWG Smith
Saying So Doesn’t Make It So: Papers in honour of B. Foss Leach., 76-108, 1989
The transient village in southern New Zealand
A Anderson, I Smith
World Archaeology 27 (3), 359-371, 1996
Shag River Mouth: the Archaeology of an Early Southern Maori Village
AJ Anderson, B Allingham, IWG Smith
ANH Publications, RSPAS, The Australian National, 1996
Retreat and resilience: fur seals and human settlement in New Zealand
IWG Smith
The exploitation and cultural importance of sea mammals, 6-18, 2005
Sea mammal hunting and prehistoric subsistence in New Zealand
IWG Smith
PhD thesis, University of Otago, 1985
Extinction and recolonization of coastal megafauna following human arrival in New Zealand
CJ Collins, NJ Rawlence, S Prost, CNK Anderson, M Knapp, RP Scofield, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281 (1786 …, 2014
Sedentism, subsistence and socio-political organization in prehistoric New Zealand
R Walter, I Smith, C Jacomb
World archaeology 38 (2), 274-290, 2006
Pre-European Maori exploitation of marine resources in two New Zealand case study areas: species range and temporal change
I Smith
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 43 (1), 1-37, 2013
Reconsideration of the Marquesan sequence in East Polynesian prehistory, with particular reference to Hane (MUH1)
A Anderson, H Leach, I Smith, R Walter
Archaeology in Oceania 29 (1), 29-52, 1994
Fishing, Turtle Hunting, and Mammal Exploitation at Fa'ahia, Huanine, French Polynesia.
BF Leach, M Intoh, IWG Smith
Journal de la Société des Océanistes 40 (79), 183-197, 1984
The New Zealand sealing industry: history, archaeology and heritage management
I Smith
Wellington: Deptartment of Conservation, 2002
Radiocarbon chronology
AJ Anderson, IWG Smith, TFG Higham
Shag River Mouth: the archaeology of an early Southern Maori village 27, 60-69, 1996
Risks of shifting baselines highlighted by anecdotal accounts of New Zealand's snapper (Pagrus auratus) fishery
DM Parsons, MA Morrison, AB MacDiarmid, B Stirling, P Cleaver, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 43 (4), 965-983, 2009
Radiocarbon-dating and ancient DNA reveal rapid replacement of extinct prehistoric penguins.
N Rawlence, G Perry, I Smith, P Scofield, A Tennyson, E Matisoo-Smith, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 112, 59-65, 2015
The Papatowai site: new evidence and interpretations
A Anderson, I Smith
The Journal of the Polynesian Society 101 (2), 129-158, 1992
Maori, Pakeha and Kiwi: Peoples, cultures and sequence in New Zealand archaeology
IWG Smith
Islands of Inquiry: Colonisation, Seafaring and the Archaeology of Maritime …, 2008
Settlement permanence and function at Pleasant River Mouth, East Otago, New Zealand
IWG Smith
New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 19, 27-79, 1999
Radiocarbon dates from archaeological rat bones: the Pleasant River case
I Smith, A Anderson
Archaeology in Oceania 33 (2), 88-91, 1998
Invader or resident? Ancient-DNA reveals rapid species turnover in New Zealand little penguins
S Grosser, NJ Rawlence, CNK Anderson, IWG Smith, RP Scofield, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1824), 20152879, 2016
Distribution and extirpation of pigs in Pacific Islands: a case study from Palau
G Clark, F Petchey, S Hawkins, C Reepmeyer, I Smith, WB Masse
Archaeology in Oceania 48 (3), 141-153, 2013
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