|Microscopic charcoal as a fossil indicator of fire|
WA Patterson III, KJ Edwards, DJ Maguire
Quaternary Science Reviews 6 (1), 3-23, 1987
|Landscapes of settlement in northern Iceland: Historical ecology of human impact and climate fluctuation on the millennial scale|
TH McGovern, O Vésteinsson, A Friđriksson, M Church, I Lawson, ...
American anthropologist 109 (1), 27-51, 2007
|Recent plant nomenclatural changes and pollen morphology in the British Isles|
KD Bennett, G Whittington, KJ Edwards
Quaternary Newsletter 73 (6), 1994
|The Norse landnám on the North Atlantic islands: an environmental impact assessment.|
AJ Dugmore, MJ Church, PC Buckland, KJ Edwards, IT Lawson, ...
Polar record. 41 (1), 21-37, 2005
|Radiocarbon dating tephra layers in Britain and Iceland|
AJ Dugmore, GT Cook, JS Shore, AJ Newton, KJ Edwards, G Larsen
Radiocarbon 37 (2), 379-388, 1995
|Icelandic volcanic ash and the mid-Holocene Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) pollen decline in northern Scotland|
JJ Blackford, KJ Edwards, AJ Dugmore, GT Cook, PC Buckland
The Holocene 2 (3), 260-265, 1992
|Lake sediments, erosion and landscape change during the Holocene in Britain and Ireland|
KJ Edwards, G Whittington
Catena 42 (2-4), 143-173, 2001
|Cereal pollen grains in pre-elm decline deposits: implications for the earliest agriculture in Britain and Ireland|
KJ Edwards, KR Hirons
Journal of Archaeological Science 11 (1), 71-80, 1984
|Multivariate statistical and other approaches for the separation of cereal from wild Poaceae pollen using a large Holocene dataset|
JC Tweddle, KJ Edwards, NRJ Fieller
Vegetation history and archaeobotany 14 (1), 15-30, 2005
|The European modern pollen database (EMPD) project|
BAS Davis, M Zanon, P Collins, A Mauri, J Bakker, D Barboni, ...
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 22 (6), 521-530, 2013
|Palynological and temporal inference in the context of prehistory, with special reference to the evidence from lake and peat deposits|
Journal of Archaeological Science 6 (3), 255-270, 1979
|Environmental impacts of the Norse settlement: palaeoenvironmental data from Myvatnssveit, northern Iceland|
IT Lawson, FJ GATHORNE‐HARDY, MJ Church, AJ Newton, KJ Edwards, ...
Boreas 36 (1), 1-19, 2007
|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
|Holocene changes in vegetation composition in northern Europe: why quantitative pollen-based vegetation reconstructions matter|
L Marquer, MJ Gaillard, S Sugita, AK Trondman, F Mazier, AB Nielsen, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 90, 199-216, 2014
|They did not live by grass alone: the politics and palaeoecology of animal fodder in the North Atlantic region|
T Amorosi, PC Buckland, KJ Edwards, I Mainland, TH McGovern, ...
Environmental Archaeology 1 (1), 41-54, 1998
|Fire and the Scottish Mesolithic: evidence from microscopic charcoal|
Studia Praehistorica Belgica 5, 71-79, 1990
|The Holocene vegetation cover of Britain and Ireland: overcoming problems of scale and discerning patterns of openness|
RM Fyfe, C Twiddle, S Sugita, MJ Gaillard, P Barratt, CJ Caseldine, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 73, 132-148, 2013
|Bronze Age myths? Volcanic activity and human response in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic regions|
PC Buckland, AJ Dugmore, KJ Edwards
Antiquity 71 (273), 581, 1997
|Modern pollen–vegetation relationships in subarctic southern Greenland and the interpretation of fossil pollen data from the Norse landnám|
J Edward Schofield, KJ Edwards, J Andy McMullen
Journal of Biogeography 34 (3), 473-488, 2007
|Man, space and the woodland edge-speculations on the detection and interpretation of human impact in pollen profiles|
Archaeological aspects of woodland ecology 146, 5-22, 1982