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  1. Research on the early prehistory of Fiji. (PDF, 1.1MB)Atholl Anderson and Geoffrey Clark doi
  2. Palaeofaunal sites and excavation (PDF, 1.4MB)Trevor H. Worthy and Atholl Anderson doi
  3. Results of palaeofaunal research (PDF, 1.0MB)Trevor H. Worthy and Atholl Anderson doi
  4. Vegetation histories from the Fijian Islands: Alternative records of human impact (PDF, 1.7MB)Geoffrey Hope, Janelle Stevenson and Wendy Southern doi
  5. Fieldwork in southern Viti Levu and Beqa Island (PDF, 4.2MB)Atholl Anderson and Geoffrey Clark doi
  6. Fieldwork in northern Viti Levu and Mago Island (PDF, 2.4MB)Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson doi
  7. Site chronology and a review of radiocarbon dates from Fiji (PDF, 1.3MB)Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson doi
  8. Molluscan remains from Fiji (PDF, 1.6MB)Katherine Szabó doi
  9. The fish bone remains (PDF, 846KB)Geoffrey Clark and Katherine Szabó doi
  10. Bird, mammal and reptile remains (PDF, 918KB)Trevor H. Worthy and Geoffrey Clark doi
  11. Ceramic assemblages from excavations on Viti Levu, Beqa-Ugaga and Mago Island (PDF, 3.5MB)Geoffrey Clark doi
  12. Post-Lapita ceramic change in Fiji (PDF, 878KB)Geoffrey Clark doi
  13. Compositional analysis of Fijian ceramics (PDF, 1.1MB)Geoffrey Clark and Douglas Kennett doi
  14. Stone artefact manufacture at Natunuku, Votua, Kulu and Ugaga, Fiji (PDF, 1.5MB)Chris Clarkson and Lyn Schmidt doi
  15. Characterisation and sourcing of archaeological adzes and flakes from Fiji (PDF, 1.2MB)Barry Fankhauser, Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson doi
  16. Colonisation and culture change in the early prehistory of Fiji (PDF, 1.5MB)Geoffrey Clark and Atholl Anderson doi