|David M. Brown
BSc (Hons) 1980 Geography New University of Ulster MSc (by thesis) 1991 Queens University Belfast
School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
42 Fitzwilliam Street
BT9 6AX Telephone (work): + 44 (0)28 9097 5143
|Current Research (Environmental Change ):
GAP2001 Methods for Dating the Past
1. Mike Baillie and David Brown. 2009. A Chronological Glimpse into the Later First Millennium BC. In Gabriel Cooney, Katharina Becker, John Coles, Michael Ryan and Susanne Sievers (eds.) Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory. A Festschrift for Barry Raftery. Wordwell. Dublin. Ireland. 17-24.
2. Alan Hogg, Jonathan Palmer, Gretel Boswijk, Paula Reimer and David Brown. 2009. Investigating the Interhemispheric 14C Offset in the 1st Millennium AD and Assessment of Laboratory Bias and Calibration Errors. Radiocarbon. 51.4. 1177-1186.
3. McCormac, F. G., Bayliss, A., Brown, D. M., Reimer, P. J. and Thompson, M. M. 2008. Extended Radiocarbon Calibration in the Anglo-Saxon Period, AD395-485 and AD735-805. Radiocarbon. 50.1. 11-17.
4. Thomas McErlean and David Brown 2007. The Dating of Mill 1. In Harnessing the Tides: The Early Medieval Tide Mills at Nendrum Monastery, Strangford Lough. By Thomas McErlean and Norman Crothers. Environment Heritage Service. TSO. 68-76.
5. Frank Keppler, David B. Harper, Robert M. Kalin, Wolfram Meier-Augenstein, Nicola Farmer, Simon Davis, Hanns-Ludwig Schmidt, David M. Brown and John T. G. Hamilton. 2007. Stable hydrogen isotope ratios of lignin methoxyl groups as a palaeoclimate proxy and constraint of the geographical origin of wood. New Phytologist. Vol. 176(3) 600-609.
6. Brown, David M. and Baillie, Mike G. L. 2007 Dendrochronology and lessons learned from Irish examples. In E. M. Murphy and N. J. Whitehouse (eds) Environmental Archaeology in Ireland. Oxbow. 18-36.
7. Mark Gardiner, David Brown and Emily Murray. 2006. Timber Fittings and Fixtures in Churches and Secular Vernacular Buildings: Mid-14th Century Timber Stairs at Brabourne Church, Kent. The Journal of the Society for Church Archaeology. Vol. 7/8/9 45-50.
8. Chris S. M. Turney, Mike Baillie, Jonathan Palmer and David Brown. 2006. Holocene climatic change and past Irish societal response. Journal of Archaeological Science. Vol. 33(1) 34-38.
9. David Brown and Mike Baillie. 2005. How old is that OAK? In Ben Simon (ed) A Treasured Landscape the Heritage of Belvoir Park. The Forest of Belfast, Belfast. 73-85.
10. Chris Turney, Mike Baillie, Steve Clemens, David Brown, Jonathan Palmer, Jonathan Pilcher, Paula Reimer and Hanns Hubert Leuschner. 2005. Testing solar forcing of pervasive Holocene climate cycles. Journal of Quaternary Science. Vol. 20(6) 511-518.