K. Ann Horsburgh
K. Ann Horsburgh
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Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use
L Stephens, D Fuller, N Boivin, T Rick, N Gauthier, A Kay, B Marwick, ...
Science 365 (6456), 897-902, 2019
Ancient DNA in anthropology: methods, applications, and ethics
FA Kaestle, KA Horsburgh
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2002
Setting the stage–Building and working in an ancient DNA laboratory
M Knapp, AC Clarke, KA Horsburgh, EA Matisoo-Smith
Annals of Anatomy-Anatomischer Anzeiger 194 (1), 3-6, 2012
An early date for cattle from Namaqualand, South Africa: implications for the origins of herding in southern Africa
J Orton, P Mitchell, R Klein, T Steele, KA Horsburgh
Antiquity 87 (335), 108-120, 2013
Complete mitochondrial DNA genome sequences from the first New Zealanders
M Knapp, KA Horsburgh, S Prost, JA Stanton, HR Buckley, RK Walter, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (45), 18350-18354, 2012
Pacific ‘Babes’: issues in the origins and dispersal of Pacific pigs and the potential of mitochondrial DNA analysis
MS Allen, E Matisoo‐Smith, KA Horsburgh
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 11 (1‐2), 4-13, 2001
DNA for Archaeologists
E Matisoo-Smith, KA Horsburgh
Routledge, 2016
Genetic characterization of an archaeological sheep assemblage from South Africa’s Western Cape
KA Horsburgh, A Rhines
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (11), 2906-2910, 2010
Wild or domesticated? An ancient DNA approach to canid species identification in South Africa's Western Cape Province
KA Horsburgh
Journal of archaeological science 35 (6), 1474-1480, 2008
The genetic diversity of the Nguni breed of African Cattle (Bos spp.): complete mitochondrial genomes of haplogroup T1
KA Horsburgh, S Prost, A Gosling, JA Stanton, C Rand, EA Matisoo-Smith
PloS one 8 (8), e71956, 2013
Complete mitochondrial genomes of New Zealand’s first dogs
K Greig, J Boocock, S Prost, KA Horsburgh, C Jacomb, R Walter, ...
PloS one 10 (10), e0138536, 2015
Beware the springbok in sheep’s clothing: how secure are the faunal identifications upon which we build our models?
KA Horsburgh, J Orton, RG Klein
African Archaeological Review 33, 353-361, 2016
Molecular identification of sheep at Blydefontein rock shelter, South Africa
KA Horsburgh, JV Moreno-Mayar
Southern African Humanities 27 (1), 65-80, 2015
Human‐mediated extirpation of the unique Chatham Islands sea lion and implications for the conservation management of remaining New Zealand sea lion populations
NJ Rawlence, CJ Collins, CNK Anderson, JJ Maxwell, IWG Smith, ...
Molecular Ecology 25 (16), 3950-3961, 2016
Revisiting the Kalahari debate in the highlands: ancient DNA provides new faunal identifications at Sehonghong, Lesotho
KA Horsburgh, JV Moreno-Mayar, AL Gosling
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51 (3), 295-306, 2016
Molecular anthropology: The judicial use of genetic data in archaeology
KA Horsburgh
Journal of archaeological science 56, 141-145, 2015
Dispersal, isolation, and interaction in the islands of Polynesia: a critical review of archaeological and genetic evidence
KA Horsburgh, MD McCoy
Diversity 9 (3), 37, 2017
Genetic variation in archaeological Rattus exulans remains from the Emily Bay settlement site, Norfolk Island
E Matisoo-Smith, KA Horsburgh, JH Robins, A Anderson
Counting and miscounting sheep: genetic evidence for pervasive misclassification of wild fauna as domestic stock
JV Moreno-Mayar, KA Horsburgh, RG Klein
Southern African Humanities 30 (1), 53-69, 2017
A reply to Plug 2017: science requires self-correction
K Ann Horsburgh
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 53 (1), 114-118, 2018
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