Talk:Glynis Jones

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Glynis Jones is a professor in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sheffield, England. Professor Jones specializes in paleoethnobotany and early agriculture, in particular developments in Britain and th Mediterranean area. Among her research topics are the effect of charring on plant DNA, the spread of agriculture through Europe, weeds in archaeology, crop storage, and the origins of crops.

Selected publications[edit]

  • Charles, M., Hoppé, C., Bogaard, A., Jones, G. and Hodgson, J. 2003. "Using Weed Functional Attributes for the Identification of Irrigation Regimes in Jordan." Journal of Archaeological Science 30: 1429-41.
  • Jones, G. 2002. "Weed Ecology as a Method for the Archaeobotanical Recognition of Crop Husbandry Practices." Acta Archaeobotanica 42: 185-93.
  • Charles, M., Bogaard, A., Jones, G., Hodgson, J. and Halstead, P. 2002. "Towards the Archaeobotanical Identification of Intensive Cereal Cultivation: Present-Day Ecological Investigation in the Mountains of Asturias, Northwest Spain." Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 11: 133-42.
  • Jones, G. 2000. "Evaluating the Importance of Cultivation and Collecting in Neolithic Britain." in A. Fairbairn (ed.) Plants in the Neolithic of Britain and Beyond. Oxford: 79-84
  • Jones, G., Bogaard, A., Halstead, P., Charles, M. and Smith, H 1999. "Identifying the Intensity of Crop Husbandry Practices on the Basis of Weed Floras." Annual of the British School at Athens 94: 167-89.
  • Jones, G. 1998. "Distinguishing Food from Fodder in the Archaeological Record." in M. Charles, P. Halstead and G. Jones (eds.) Fodder: Archaeological, Historical and Ethnographic Studies. Environmental Archaeology 1: 95-98.
  • Jones, G. 1991. "Numerical Analysis." in W. van Zeist, K. Wasylikowa and K.-E. Behre (eds.) Progress in Old World Palaeoethnobotany. Rotterdam: 63-80
  • Boardman, S. and Jones, G. 1990. "Experiments on the Effects of Charring on Cereal Plant Components." Journal of Archaeological Science 17: 1-11.

External link[edit]

Professor Jones's home-page at the University of Sheffield: