Volume 51 (December 2000)

Articles

Balme, J. 2000 Excavations revealing 40,000 years of occupation at Mimbi Caves, south central Kimberley, Western Australia. Australian Archaeology 51:1–5.

Harrison, R. and D.S. Frink 2000 The OCR carbon dating procedure in Australia: New dates from Wilinyjibari Rockshelter, southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Australian Archaeology 51:6–15.

Bednarik, R.G. 2000 Pleistocene Timor: Some corrections. Australian Archaeology 51:16–20.

Boyd, W.E., J.P. Collins and J. Bell 2000 The accumulation of charcoal within a midden at Cape Byron, northern New South Wales, during the last millennium. Australian Archaeology 51:21–27.

Moore, M.W. 2000 Technology of Hunter Valley microlith assemblages. Australian Archaeology 51:28–39.

Mercieca, A. 2000 Burnt and broken: An experimental study of heat fracturing in silcrete. Australian Archaeology 51:40–47.

Layton, R. 2000 Intersubjectivity and understanding rock art. Australian Archaeology 51:48–53.

McDonald, J. 2000 Media and social context: Influences on stylistic communication networks in prehistoric Sydney. Australian Archaeology 51:54–63.

Short Reports

Smith, L. and A. van der Meer 2000 Viewing Riversleigh as a cultural landscape. Australian Archaeology 51:64.

Smith, P.A. 2000 Dietary stress or cultural practice: Fragmented bones at the Puntutjarpa and Serpent’s Glen rockshelters. Australian Archaeology 51:65–66.

Ulm, S. 2000 Evidence for early focussed marine resource exploitation from an open coastal site in central Queensland. Australian Archaeology 51:66–67.

Vale, D. 2000 The Arrawarra Beach stone structure: Another perspective. Australian Archaeology 51:67–68.

Obituary

David, M. 2000. Obituary: Michael Alderson. Australian Archaeology 51:69.

Thesis Abstracts

Book Reviews

Allen, H. 2000 Review of ‘Second Nature: The History and Implications of Australia as Aboriginal Landscape‘ by Lesley Head. Australian Archaeology 51:74.

Pate, F.D. 2000 Review of ‘Quaternary Environments‘ by Martin Williams, David Dunkerley, Patrick De Deckker, Peter Kershaw and John Chappell. Australian Archaeology 51:74–76.