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Clark, G.A., Barton, C.M., (2017). Lithics, landscapes & la Longue-durée – Curation & expediency as expressions of forager mobility. Quaternary International 450, 137–149. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2016.08.002. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. & J. Riel-Salvatore (2016). A Lithic Perspective on Ecological Dynamics in the Upper Pleistocene of Western Eurasia. In Archaeological Variability and Interpretation in Global Perspective, edited by A. P. Sullivan III & D. I. Olszewski, pp. 25-52. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (2016). From Narratives to algorithms: extending archaeological explanation beyond archaeology. In C. Isendahl & D. Stump (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology (27pp). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Ullah, I. I. T., Bergin, S. M., Sarjoughian, H. S., Mayer, G. R., Bernabeu-Auban, J. E., … Arrowsmith, Jr. (2016). Experimental socioecology: Integrative science for Anthropocene landscape dynamics. Anthropocene, 13: 34-45. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ancene.2015.12.004. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Ullah, I., & Heimsath, A. (2015). How to Make a Barranco: Modeling Erosion and Land-Use in Mediterranean Landscapes. Land, 4(3), 578–606. http://doi.org/10.3390/land4030578 Request reprint

Bernabeu Aubán, J., Barton, C. M., Pardo Gordó, S., & Bergin, S. M. (2015). Modeling initial Neolithic dispersal. The first agricultural groups in West Mediterranean. Ecological Modelling, 307, 22–31. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.03.015 Request reprint

Rollins, N. D., C. M. Barton, S. Bergin, M. Janssen, & A Lee (2014) A Computational Model Library for publishing model documentation and code. Environmental Modelling & Software 61:59–64. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.06.022 Request reprint

Barton, C. M. & J. Riel Salvatore (2014). The formation of lithic assemblages. Journal of Archaeological Science, 46: 334-352 http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jas.2014.03.031 Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (2013). Complexity, social complexity, and modeling. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 21(2): 306-324. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-013-9187-2 Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (2013). Stories of the past or science of the future? archaeology and computational social science. In A. Bevan & M. W. Lake (Eds.), Computational Approaches to Archaeological Spaces (pp. 151–178). Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Villaverde, V., Zilhão, J., Aura, J. E., Garcia, O., & Badal, E. (2013). In glacial environments beyond glacial terrains: Human eco-dynamics in late Pleistocene Mediterranean Iberia. Quaternary International, 318: 53-68. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2013.05.007. Request reprint

Mitasova, H., Barton, C. M., Ullah, I. I. T., Hofierka, J., & Harmon, R. S. (2013). GIS-based soil erosion modeling. In J. Shroder & M. Bishop (Eds.), Treatise in Geomorphology: Vol. 3 Remote Sensing and GI Science in Geomorpholog (pp. 228–258). San Diego, CA: Academic Press. Request reprint

Fernández-López de Pablo, J., & Barton, C. M. (2013). Bayesian Estimation Dating of Lithic Surface Collections. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-013-9198-z. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Riel-Salvatore, J. (2012). Perception, Interaction, and Extinction: a Reply to Premo. Human Ecology, 40(5), 797–801. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-012-9530-3. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Riel-Salvatore, J. (2012). Agents of change: modeling biocultural evolution in Upper Pleistocene western Eurasia. Advances in Complex Systems, 15(1-2), 1150003–1 – 1150003–24. http://doi.org/10.1142/S0219525911003359. Request reprint

Bernabeu Auban, J., Moreno Martín, A., & Barton, C. M. (2012). Complex systems, social networks and the evolution of social complexity. In M. Berrocal, L. García Sanjuán, & A. Gilman (Eds.), The Prehistory of Iberia: Debating Early Social Stratification and the State (pp. 23–37). New York: Routledge. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Ullah, I. I. T., Bergin, S. M., Mitasova, H., & Sarjoughian, H. (2012). Looking for the future in the past: long-term change in socioecological systems. Ecological Modelling, 241, 42–53. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2012.02.010. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Riel-Salvatore, J., Anderies, J. M., & Popescu, G. (2011). Modeling Human Ecodynamics and Biocultural Interactions in the Late Pleistocene of Western Eurasia. Human Ecology. http://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-011-9433-8. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Ullah, I. I., & Bergin, S. (2010). Land use, water and Mediterranean landscapes: modelling long-term dynamics of complex socio-ecological systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 368(1931), 5275 -5297. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Ullah, I., & Mitasova, H. (2010). Computational modeling and socioecological dynamics: a case study from southwest Asia. American Antiquity, 75(2), 364-386. Request reprint

Hill, K., Barton, M., & Hurtado, A. M. (2009). The emergence of human uniqueness: characters underlying behavioral modernity. Evolutionary Anthropology, 18(5), 187-200. Request reprint

McClure, S. B., Barton, C. M., & Jochim, M. A. (2009). Human behavioral ecology and climate change during the transition to agriculture in Valencia, eastern Spain. Journal of Anthropological Research, 65(2). Request reprint

Miller, A., Barton, C. M., García Puchol, O., & Bernabeu Auban, J. M. (2009). Surviving the Holocene crisis: human ecological responses to the onset of the current interglacial. Journal of Anthropological Research, 65(2), 207-220. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (2008). General fitness, transmission, and human behavioral systems. In M. J. O'Brien (Ed.), Cultural Transmission (pp. 112-119). Washingtion, D.C.: American Archaeology Press. Request reprint

García Puchol, O., Barton, C. M., & Bernabeu Auban, J. M. (2008). Aplicación de métodos de prospección geofísica en la detección de un gran foso del IV milenio cal ac en el yacimiento del Alt del Punxó (Muro de l´Alcoi, Alacant). Trabajos de Prehistoria, 65(1), 143-154. Request reprint

Indruszewski, G., & Barton, C. M. (2008). Simulating sea surfaces for modeling Viking Age seafaring in the Baltic Sea. In J. T. Clark & E. Hagemeister (Eds.), Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage. CAA 2006. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 34th Conference, Fargo, United States, April 2006 (pp. 616-630). Budapest: Archaeolingua. Request reprint

Indruszewski, G., & Barton, C. M. (2008). Cost surface DEM modelling of Viking Age seafaring in the Baltic Sea. In B. Frescher & A. Dakouri-Hild (Eds.), Beyond Illustration: 2D and 3D Digitial Technologies as Tools for Discovery in Archaeology, International Series (pp. 56-64). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Request reprint

Janssen, M. A., Alessa, L. N., Barton, C. M., Bergin, S., & Lee, A. (2008). Towards a community framework for agent-based modeling. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, 11(2). Request reprint

Miller, A., & Barton, C. M. (2008). Exploring the land: a comparison of land-use patterns in the Middle and Upper Paleolithic of the western Mediterranean. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35, 1427-1437. Request reprint

Riel-Salvatore, J., Popescu, G., & Barton, C. M. (2008). Standing at the gates of Europe: human behavior and biogeography in the Southern Carpathians during the Late Pleistocene. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 27(4), 399-417. Request reprint

Riel-Salvatore, J., & Barton, C. M. (2007). New quantitative perspectives on the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition: the view from the northern Mediterranean. In J. Riel-Salvatore & G. A. Clark (Eds.), Early Upper Paleolithic ‘Transitional’ Industries: New Questions, New Methods. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Request reprint

McClure, S., Jochim, M. A., & Barton, C. M. (2006). Behavioral ecology, domestic animals, and land use during the transition to agriculture in Valencia, eastern Spain. In D. Kennett & B. Winterhalder (Eds.), Foraging Theory and the Transition to Agriculture (pp. 197-216). Washingtion, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Bezzi, A., Bezzi, L., Francisci, D., Gietl, R., & Neteler, M. (2007). GRASS, un potente GIS per archeologi. In R. Bagnara & G. M. Jánica (Eds.), Open Source, Free Software e Open Format nei processi di ricerca archeologici, Atti del I Workshop (Grosseto, 8 maggio 2006) (pp. 97-103). Siena: Universit`a degli Studi di Siena. Request reprint

Peeples, M., Barton, C. M., & Schmich, S. (2006). Resilience lost: intersecting landuse and landscape dynamics in the upland southwest. Ecology and Society, 12(22). Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Schmich, S., & James, S. R. (2004). The ecology of human colonization in pristine landscapes. In C. M. Barton, G. A. Clark, D. R. Yesner, & G. Pearson (Eds.), The Settlement of the American Continents: a Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Biogeography (pp. 138-161). Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Bernabeu Auban, J., Garcia Puchol, O., Schmich, S., & Molina Balaguer, L. (2004). Long-term socioecology and contingent landscapes. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 11(3), 253-295. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Bernabeu Auban, J., Aura Tortosa, J. E., & Molina Balaguer, L. (2004). Historical contingency, nonlinearity, and the neolithization of the western Mediterranean. In L. Wandsnider & E. Athanassopoulos (Eds.), Current Issues in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology (pp. 99-124). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. [ Reprint not available]

Riel-Salvatore, J., & Barton, C. M. (2004). Late Pleistocene technology, economic behavior, and land-use dynamics in southern Italy. American Antiquity, 69(2), 273-290. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Bernabeu Auban, J., Aura Tortosa, J. E., Garcia, O., & La Roca, N. (2002). Dynamic landscapes, artifact taphonomy, and landuse modeling in the western Mediterranean. Geoarchaeology, 17(2), 155-190. Request reprint

Bernabeu, J., Barton, C. M., & Perez Ripoll, M. (2001). A taphonomic perspective on Neolithic beginnings: theory, interpretation, and empirical data in the western Mediterranean. Journal of Archaeological Science, 28, 597-612. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Bernabeu Auban, J., Aura Tortosa, J. E., & Garcia Puchol, O. (1999). Landscape dynamics and socioeconomic change: an example from the Polop Alto valley. American Antiquity, 64(4), 609-634. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1998). Looking back from the world's end: Paleolithic settlement and mobility at Gibraltar. In J. L. Sanchidrián Torti & M. D. Simón Vallejo (Eds.), Las culturas del Pleistoceno superior en Andalucía (pp. 13-23). Nerja: Patronato de la Cueva de Nerja. Request reprint

Villaverde, V., Aura Tortosa, J. E., & Barton, C. M. (1998). The Upper Paleolithic in Mediterranean Spain: a review of current evidence. Journal of World Prehistory, 12(2), 121-198. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1997). Stone tools, style, and social identity: an evolutionary perspective on the archaeological record. In C. M. Barton & G. A. Clark (Eds.), Rediscovering Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Archaeological Explanation, Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association (Vol. 7, pp. 141-156). Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Clark, G. A. (1997). Evolutionary theory in archaeological explanation. In C. M. Barton & G. A. Clark (Eds.), Rediscovering Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Archaeological Explanation, Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association (Vol. 7, pp. 3-18). Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Clark, G. A. (Eds.). (1997). Rediscovering Darwin: Evolutionary Theory in Archaeological Explanation. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association (Vol. 7). Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Neeley, M. P. (1996). Phantom cultures of the Levantine Epipaleolithic. Antiquity, 70(267), 139-147. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Olszewski, D. I., & Coinman, N. R. (1996). Beyond the graver: reconsidering burin function. Journal of Field Archaeology, 23(1), 111-125. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Clark, G. A., & Cohen, A. E. (1994). Art as information: explaining Upper Paleolithic art in western Europe. World Archaeology, 26, 185-207. Request reprint

Neeley, M. P., & Barton, C. M. (1994). A new approach to interpreting late Pleistocene microlith industries in southwest Asia. Antiquity, 68(259), 275-288. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., & Clark, G. A. (1993). Cultural and natural formation processes in late Quaternary cave and rockshelter sites of western Europe and the Near East. In P. Goldberg, D. T. Nash, & M. D. Petraglia (Eds.), Formation Processes in Archaeological Context (pp. 33-52). Madison, WI.: Prehistory Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1991). Retouched tools: fact or fiction? Paradigms for interpreting chipped stone. In G. A. Clark (Ed.), Perspectives in prehistory paradigmatic biases in circum-Mediterranean hunter-gatherer research (pp. 143-163). Philidelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Request reprint

Barton, C. M., Rubio, F., Miksicek, C. A., & Donahue, D. J. (1990). Domestic Olive. Nature, 346, 518-519. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1990). Stone Tools and Paleolithic Settlement in the Iberian Peninsula. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 56, 15-32. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1990). Beyond style and function: a view from the Middle Paleolithic. American Anthropologist, 92(1), 57-72. Request reprint

Barton, C. M. (1988). Lithic variability and Middle Paleolithic behavior: new evidence from the Iberian Penninsula. International Series 408. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Request reprint

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