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Selected Publications

Penny, D., Chevance, J.-B., Tang, D. and De Greef, S. 2014. The Environmental Impact of Cambodia's Ancient City of Mahendraparvata (Phnom Kulen). PloS one 9:e84252.

Polkinghorne, M. Pottier, C. and Fischer, C. 2013. One Buddha can hide another, Journal Asiatique 301(2): 575-624.

Evans, D., Fletcher, R., Pottier, C., Chevance, J.-B., Soutif, D., Tan, B.Ss, Im, I., Ea, D., Tin, T., Kim, S., Cromarty, C., De Greef, S., Hanus, K., Bâty, P., Kuszinger, R., Shimoda, I. and Boornazian, G. 2013. Uncovering archaeological landscapes at Angkor using lidar, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110(31): 12595-12600.

Chandler, T. and Polkinghorne, M. 2012. Temple Models and Simulated Context in a Virtual Angkor. In Haendel, A. (ed.), Old Myths and New Approaches: Interpreting Ancient Religious Sites in Southeast Asia. Monash University Publishing: Melbourne: 168-186

Fletcher, R.J. and Evans, D. 2012. The Dynamics of Angkor and its Landscape: Issues of scale, non-correspondence and outcome42-62.

Fletcher, R.J. 2012. Low-density, agrarian-based urbanism: Scale, power, and ecology. In Smith, M.E. (ed.), The Comparative Archaeology of Complex Societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 285-320.

Evans, D. and Traviglia, A. 2012. Uncovering Angkor: integrated remote sensing applications in the archaeology of early Cambodia. In Lasaponara, R. and Masini, N. (eds), Satellite Remote Sensing: A New Tool. Springer: London. Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing 16: 197-203.

Hendrickson, M. 2011. A transport geographic perspective on travel and communication in Angkorian Southeast Asia (ninth to fifteenth centuries AD). World Archaeology 43(3): 444-457.

Evans, D. 2010-2011. The Archaeological Landscape of Koh Ker, Northwest Cambodia. Bulletin de l’École française d’Extrême-Orient 97-98:91-150.

Penny, D. 2010. The Mekong River system and the end of the Angkor civilization; a water historical perspective. In Tvedt, T. and Coopey, R. (eds), Rivers and Society: From Early Civilisations to Modern Times. A History of Water, Series II Volume II. I.B. Taurus: London: 129-143.

Buckley, B.M., Anchukaitis, K.J., Penny, D., Fletcher, R., Cook, E.R., Sano, M., Nam, L.C., Wichienkeeo, A, Minh, T.T., Hong, T.M. 2010. Climate as a contributing factor in the demise of Angkor, Cambodia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107(15): 6748-6752.

Hendrickson, M. 2010. Historic routes to Angkor: development of the Khmer road system (ninth to thirteenth centuries AD) in mainland Southeast Asia. Antiquity 84(324): 480-496.

Evans, D. 2010. Applications of Archaeological Remote Sensing in Cambodia: an overview of Angkor and beyond. In Forte, M., Campana, S. and Liuzza, C. (eds), Space, time, place: Third international conference on remote sensing in archaeology, 17th-21st August 2009, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India. BAR International Series 2118. Oxford: Archaeopress: 353-66.

Lustig, T., Fletcher, R., Kummu, M., Pottier, C., Penny, D. 2008. Did traditional cultures live in harmony with nature? Lessons from Angkor, Cambodia. In Kummu, M., Keskinen, M. and Varis, O. (eds), Modern Myths of the Mekong - A Critical Review of Water and Development Concepts, Principles and Policies. Water and Development Publications - Helsinki University of Technology. Finland: 81-94.

Fletcher, R., Penny, D., Evans, D., Pottier, C., Barbetti, M., Kummu, M., Lustig, T., Authority for the Protection and Management of Angkor and the Region of Siem Reap (APSARA) Department of Monuments and Archaeology Tea. 2008. The water management network of Angkor, Cambodia. Antiquity 82(317): 658-670.

Fletcher, R.J., Pottier, C. and Johnson, W. 2008. Angkor and water management. The implications of massive masonry water control structures. In Pautreau, J.-P., Coupey, A.-S., Zeitoun, V. and Rambault, E. (eds), From Homo Erectus to the living traditions, Choice of papers from the 11th International Conference of the EurASEAA, Bougon, 25th-29th September 2006. Chiang Mai: Siam Ratana: 231-237.

Polkinghorne, M. 2008. Khmer decorative lintels and the allocation of artistic labour, Arts Asiatiques 63: 21-35.

Evans, D., Pottier, C., Fletcher, R., Hensley, S., Tapley, I., Milne, A. and Barbetti, M. 2007. A comprehensive archaeological map of the world's largest preindustrial settlement complex at Angkor, Cambodia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(36):14277-14282.

Fletcher, R.J. 2007. (reissued in paperback). The Limits of Settlement Growth. A theoretical outline. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Penny, D., Pottier, C., Kummu, M., Fletcher, R., Zoppi, U., Barbetti, M., Tous. S. 2007. Hydrological history of the West Baray, Angkor, revealed through palynological analysis of sediments from the West Mebon. Bulletin de l’École Française d’Extrême-Orient 92: 497-521.

Penny, D., Hua, Q., Pottier, C., Fletcher, R., Barbetti, M. 2007. The use of AMS 14C dating to explore issues of occupation and demise at the medieval city of Angkor, Cambodia. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B 259: 338-394.

Fletcher, R., Johnson, I., Bruce, E. and Khuon, K.-N. 2007. Living With Heritage: site monitoring and heritage values in Greater Angkor and the Angkor World Heritage Site, Cambodia. World Archaeology 39:385-405.

Fletcher, R., Penny, D., Barbetti, M., Pottier, C., Heng, T., Khieu, C., Tous, S. 2006. The Greater Angkor Project 2005-2009: Issues and Program. In Bacus, E.A., Glover, I.C., Pigott, V.C. (eds), Uncovering Southeast Asia’s Past: selected papers from the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists. NUS Press, Singapore: 347-354.

Penny, D., Pottier, C., Fletcher, R.J., Barbetti, M.F., Fink, D., Hua, Q. 2006. Vegetation and land-use at Angkor, Cambodia: a dated pollen sequence from the Bakong temple moat. Antiquity 80(309): 599-614.

Fletcher, R.J., Barbetti, M., Evans, D., Than, H., Sorithy, I., Chan, K., Penny, D., Pottier, C. and Somaneath, T. 2003. Redefining Angkor: structure and environment in the largest, low density urban complex of the pre-industrial world. Udaya 4: 107-121.

Fletcher, R.J. and Pottier, C. 2002. The Gossamer City – a new enquiry. Museum International 54: 23-27.

Fletcher, R.J. 2001. Seeing Angkor – new views on an old city. A.R. Davis Memorial lecture. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia 32-33: 1-25.