2023 - Research.com Earth Science in Australia Leader Award
Archaeology, Mineralogy, Quartz, Paleontology and Radiocarbon dating are his primary areas of study. In the field of Archaeology, his study on Thermoluminescence dating, Rock shelter and Megafauna overlaps with subjects such as Context. His Mineralogy study incorporates themes from Sediment, Optically stimulated luminescence and Deposition.
His Quartz study combines topics in areas such as Thermoluminescence and Northern australia. His study looks at the relationship between Paleontology and fields such as Cave, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work carried out in the field of Radiocarbon dating brings together such families of science as Quaternary, Chronology and Holocene.
His primary areas of investigation include Archaeology, Pleistocene, Cave, Paleontology and Radiocarbon dating. His study in Middle Stone Age, Thermoluminescence dating, Homo sapiens, Prehistory and Optical dating is carried out as part of his studies in Archaeology. The concepts of his Optical dating study are interwoven with issues in Geochemistry, Northern australia and Optically stimulated luminescence.
His research investigates the connection with Pleistocene and areas like Ecology which intersect with concerns in Extinction. His Cave study deals with Sedimentary rock intersecting with Ancient DNA. His biological study deals with issues like Quartz, which deal with fields such as Sediment.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Archaeology, Cave, Pleistocene, Stone tool and Mineralogy. His Archaeology study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Biological dispersal. His Cave study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Guano, Sedimentary rock, Geoarchaeology and Chronology.
Richard G. Roberts has included themes like Glacier, Oceanography, Starvation and Last Glacial Maximum in his Pleistocene study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Prehistory and Raman spectroscopy. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quartz and Feldspar.
Richard G. Roberts mainly investigates Archaeology, Cave, Pleistocene, Chronology and Radiocarbon dating. Archaeology is closely attributed to Biological dispersal in his research. His Biological dispersal research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Assemblage, Stone tool and Foothills.
His Cave research integrates issues from Range and Neanderthal. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Pleistocene and Context. Richard G. Roberts undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Radiocarbon dating and Hominidae through his works.
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OPTICAL DATING OF SINGLE AND MULTIPLE GRAINS OF QUARTZ FROM JINMIUM ROCK SHELTER, NORTHERN AUSTRALIA: PART I, EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND STATISTICAL MODELS*
R. F. Galbraith;R. G. Roberts;G. M. Laslett;H. Yoshida.
New ages for human occupation and climatic change at Lake Mungo, Australia
James M. Bowler;Harvey Johnston;Jon M. Olley;John R. Prescott.
Human occupation of northern Australia by 65,000 years ago
Chris Clarkson;Zenobia Jacobs;Zenobia Jacobs;Ben Marwick;Ben Marwick;Richard Fullagar.
Ages for the Middle Stone Age of Southern Africa: Implications for Human Behavior and Dispersal
Zenobia Jacobs;Richard Roberts;Rex Galbraith;Hilary J Deacon.
Thermoluminescence dating of a 50,000-year-old human occupation site in northern Australia
Richard G. Roberts;Rhys Jones;M. A. Smith.
Archaeology and age of a new hominin from Flores, in eastern Indonesia
M J Morwood;R P Soejono;Richard G Roberts;T Sutikna.
New Ages for the Last Australian Megafauna: Continent-Wide Extinction About 46,000 Years Ago
Richard G. Roberts;Timothy F. Flannery;Linda K. Ayliffe;Hiroyuki Yoshida.
Statistical aspects of equivalent dose and error calculation and display in OSL dating: An overview and some recommendations
R F Galbraith;Richard G Roberts.
Quaternary Geochronology (2012)
Fifty thousand years of Arctic vegetation and megafaunal diet
Eske Willerslev;John Davison;Mari Moora;Martin Zobel.
The effects of disequilibria in the uranium and thorium decay chains on burial dose rates in fluvial sediments
Jon M. Olley;Andrew Murray;Richard G. Roberts.
Quaternary Science Reviews (1996)
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