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2010Assessing the viability of portable Raman spectroscopy for determining the geological source of obsidianCarter, Elizabeth; Kelloway, Sarah; Kononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; Chemistry; Archaeology; ArchaeologyAssessing the viability of portable Raman spectroscopy for determining the geological source of obsidian, Vibrational Spectroscopy, vol.53, 1, 2010,pp 88-96
2017Creating Sydney-Hawkesbury rock engravings: A Mangrove Mountain engraving toolAttenbrow, Valerie; Kononenko, Nina; Anthropology; ArchaeologyCreating Sydney-Hawkesbury rock engravings: A Mangrove Mountain engraving tool, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.52, 3, 2017,pp 161-170
2010Cross-cultural interaction on Wuvulu Island, Papua New Guinea: the perspective from use-wear and residue analyses of turtle bone artifactsHennell, Ariane; Kononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; Barton, Huw; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyCross-cultural interaction on Wuvulu Island, Papua New Guinea: the perspective from use-wear and residue analyses of turtle bone artifacts, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.37, 11,pp 2911-2919
2012Crossing the Great Divide: A ground-edged hatchet-head from Vaucluse, SydneyKononenko, Nina; Attenbrow, Val; Barron, L.M.; Byrnes, John; Corkill, Tessa; Graham, Ian; Grave, P; ArchaeologyCrossing the Great Divide: A ground-edged hatchet-head from Vaucluse, Sydney, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.47, 1, 2012,pp 47-52
2016Detecting early tattooing in the Pacific region through experimental usewear and residue analyses of obsidian toolsKononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; Sheppard, Peter J.; Archaeology; ArchaeologyDetecting early tattooing in the Pacific region through experimental usewear and residue analyses of obsidian tools, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, vol.8, N/A, 2016,pp 147-163
2011Experimental and Archaeological Studies of Use-wear and Residues on Obsidian Artefacts from Papua New GuineaKononenko, Nina; ArchaeologyExperimental and Archaeological Studies of Use-wear and Residues on Obsidian Artefacts from Papua New Guinea, Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, vol.21, N/A, 2011,pp 1-244
2011Experimental and Archaeological Studies of Use-wear and Residues on Obsidian Artefacts from Papua New GuineaKononenko, Nina; ArchaeologyExperimental and Archaeological Studies of Use-wear and Residues on Obsidian Artefacts from Papua New Guinea, Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, vol.21, N/A, 2011,pp 1-244
2010Functional analysis of late Holocene flaked and pebble stone artefacts from Vanuatu, Southwest PacificKononenko, Nina; Bedford, Stuart; Reepmyer, Christian; ArchaeologyFunctional analysis of late Holocene flaked and pebble stone artefacts from Vanuatu, Southwest Pacific, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.45, 1,pp 13-20
2003IntroductionKononenko, Nina; Kajiwara, Hiroshi; ArchaeologyIntroduction in Foraging Population of the Sea of Japan during the Late Pleistocene – Early Holocene, Novosibirsk: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, 2003, pp. 5-10
2013Meaningful Stones: Obsidian stemmed tools from Barema, New Britain, Papua New GuineaKononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; White, Peter; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyMeaningful Stones: Obsidian stemmed tools from Barema, New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Australian Archaeology, vol.77, N/A, 2013,pp 1-8
2009Mid-Holocene Social Interaction in Melanesia: New Evidence from Hammer-Dressed Obsidian Stemmed ToolsKononenko, Nina; Rath, Philippa; Torrence, Robin; Ambrose, Wallace; Glascock, Michael; Swadling, Pamela; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyMid-Holocene Social Interaction in Melanesia: New Evidence from Hammer-Dressed Obsidian Stemmed Tools, Asian Perspectives: the journal of archaeology for Asia and the Pacific, vol.48, 1,pp 181-148
2012Middle and late Holocene skin-working tools in Melanesia: Tattooing and scarification?Kononenko, Nina; ArchaeologyMiddle and late Holocene skin-working tools in Melanesia: Tattooing and scarification?, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.47, 1, 2012,pp 14-28
2010Persistent traditions in the face of natural disasters: stemmed and waisted stone tools in Late Holocene New Britain, Papua New GuineaKononenko, Nina; Specht, James; Torrence, Robin; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyPersistent traditions in the face of natural disasters: stemmed and waisted stone tools in Late Holocene New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Australian Archaeology, vol.70, N/A,pp 17-28
2012Raman Spectroscopic Studies of ObsidianCarter, Elizabeth; Kelloway, Sarah; Kononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; Chemistry; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyRaman Spectroscopic Studies of Obsidian in Analytical Archaeometry: Selected Topics, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012, pp. 318-344
2009Raman spectroscopy applied to understanding Prehistoric Obsidian Trade in the Pacific RegionCarter, Elizabeth; Edwards, Howell G.M.; Graham, Ian; Hargreaves, Michael D; Kononenko, Nina; Swarbrick, Brad; Torrence, Robin; ChemistryRaman spectroscopy applied to understanding Prehistoric Obsidian Trade in the Pacific Region, Vibrational Spectroscopy, vol.50,(1),2009,pp 116-124
2009Tattooing in Melanesia: local invention or Lapita introduction?Kononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; ArchaeologyTattooing in Melanesia: local invention or Lapita introduction?, Antiquity, vol.83, 320,pp N/A-N/A
2015Unexpected uses for obsidian: experimental replication and use-wear/residue analyses of chopping toolsKononenko, Nina; Torrence, Robin; White, Peter; Archaeology; Archaeology; ArchaeologyUnexpected uses for obsidian: experimental replication and use-wear/residue analyses of chopping tools, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.54, 1, 2015,pp 254-269