Publications list for Dr Denise Donlon

2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Donlon, D., Littleton, J. (2011), Australia. In: The Routledge Handbook of Archaeological Human Remains and Legislation: an international guide to laws and practice in the excavation, study and treatment of archaeological human remains. (pp.633-644).Canada: Routledge.
  • Adler, C., Haak, W., Donlon, D., Cooper, A., Consortium, T. (2011), Survival and recovery of DNA from ancient teeth and bones. Journal of Archaeological Science. 38(5), 956-964.


  • Adler, C., Donlon, D. (2010), Sexual dimorphism in deciduous crown traits of a European derived Australian sample. Forensic Science International. 199(1-3), 29-37. [Abstract]
  • Robinson, M., Donlon, D., Harrison, H., Houang, M., Stammberger, H., Wolf, G. (2010), Variations of the paranasal sinuses in Melanesians as observed by CT. Rhinology. 48(1), 11-7. [Abstract]
  • Briggs, C., Donlon, D., Wood, W. (2010), Forensic Osteology. In: Expert Evidence. (pp.35).Australia: Thomson Reuters (Professional¬) Australia Limited.


  • Griffin, R., Donlon, D. (2009), Patterns in dental enamel hypoplasia by sex and age at death in two archaeological populations. Archives of Oral Biology. 54 Suppl 1(Suppl 1), S93-100. [Abstract]
  • Donlon, D. (2009), The development and current state of forensic anthropology: an Australian perspective. In: Handbook of Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology. (pp.104-114).United States: Left Coast Press.
  • Croker, S., Reed, W., Donlon, D. (2009), The feasibility of using radiogrammetry in comparing cortical bone thickness in human and non-human tibiae. Radiographer. 56(3), 25-31.
  • Fullagar, R., McDonald, J., Field, J., Donlon, D. (2009), Deadly weapons: backed microliths from Narrabeen, New South Wales. In: terra australis 30: Archaeological science under a microscope - Studies in residue and ancient DNA analysis in honour of Thomas H. Loy. (pp.258-270).Australia: ANU E Press.
  • Croker, S., Clement, J., Donlon, D. (2009), A comparison of cortical bone thickness in the femoral midshaft of humans and two non-human mammals. HOMO. 60(6), 551-565. [Abstract]


  • Donlon, D. (2008), Forensic Anthropology in Australia: A Brief History and Review of Casework. In: Forensic Approaches to Death, Disaster and Abuse. (pp.97-110).Australia: Australian Academic Press.
  • Donlon, D., Casey, M., Hack, W., Adler, C. (2008), Early colonial burial practices for perinates at the Parramatta convict hospital, NSW. Australasian Historical Archaeology. 26, 71-84.